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May 5, 2013

Two more days of early voting

Two days of early voting – Monday and Tuesday – remain ahead of the May 11 city council and school district elections. Early voting sites and remaining hours for voting by personal appearance for the elections, as conducted by Parker County, are as follows:

Days and Hours of Early Voting

Monday, May 6 – 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Tuesday, May 7 – 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Main Early Voting Site

Parker County Courthouse Annex

1112 Santa Fe Drive, Weatherford        

Branch Early Voting Sites

• Springtown City Hall

102 E. 2nd St., Springtown – council meeting room.

• Peaster Fire Department

220 Judd St., Peaster – meeting room.

• Willow Park Municipal Building

516 Ranch House Road, Willow Park – council meeting room.

• Aledo ISD Administration Building

1008 Bailey Ranch Road, Aledo – board meeting room.

• Brock ISD

100 Grindstone Road, Brock – meeting room.

Azle Masonic Lodge

257 W. Main Street, Azle – meeting room.

• Hudson Oaks City Hall

210 North Lakeshore Drive, Hudson Oaks – council meeting room.

• Millsap Community Center

104 Fannin St., Millsap – meeting room.

• Weatherford ISD District Services Building

1100 Longhorn Drive, Weatherford – board room.

Mobile Early Voting

May 6 – Brock High School Ag Building, 400 Eagle Spirit Lane, 5 p.m.-8:30 p.m.

May 11 CITY AND SCHOOL DISTRICT ELECTIONS

* – Denotes incumbent

CITIES

Aledo

Place 1 – Kerby Smith*

Place 3 – Bill McLeRoy*

Place 5 – Matt Casey*

Annetta

Mayor – Bruce Pinckard*, Rick Machak

Place 3 – Chuck Sheridan*, Joann Jessup

Place 4 –  George Ripley

Place 5 – Mike Brasovan, Kent Stasey

Annetta South

Mayor – Gerhard Kleinschmidt*

Member – Bill Gordon*

Annetta North

Mayor – Rob Watson*

Place 3 – Stonie Hamilton*

Place 5 – Kenneth Hall*

Hudson Oaks

Place 2 – Brian Lixey*

Place 4 – Tom Fitzpatrick*

Place 5 – Marcus Povero

Willow Park

Place 1 – Chawn Gilliland, Brian Thornburg*

Mayor – Richard Neverdousky*

Place 2 – Gene Martin*

Reno

Place 4 – Carol Houlihan, Keith Eric Hunter*

Springtown

Mayor – Doug Hughes*, Tom Clayton

Place 2 – Denise Taylor*

Place 4 – Robert Wilson*

SCHOOL DISTRICTS

Weatherford ISD

Place 3 – Ashley Duncan Conlon*, Philip Newkirk, Randy Hynes

Place 4 – Gail Wirtanen*, Jeromy Puckett

Place 5 – Charlie Martinez*, Joshua Tarbay

BOND – $107.32 million bond package

Millsap ISD (two seats)

Tommy Lucia*, Jerry Walker*, Timothy Kukuk

Aledo ISD (two seats)

Place 4 – Steve Bartley*

Place 5 – Bobby Rigues*

Springtown ISD

Place 1 – Mike Ray*, Rusty Brawner

Place 2 – Keith Springfield*

Place 3 – Vicky Trichel*, Jay Grubis

Place 7 – Al Garrett, Gene Terry, Damon Liles

Weatherford College

Place 1 – Mac Smith

Place 2 – Elain Carter*, Don Allen, Dale Fleeger

Other Elections

• Emergency Services District No. 1 Annexation (propositions 1 and 2)

• Peaster ISD $3 million bond

• Brock ISD $3.495 million bond

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