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Upcoming Local Elections to be Held on May 9

This year's local elections will be held on Saturday, May 9, at the Lexington Elementary School. There are two positions open on the Lexington City Council and two on the Lexington Independent School District Board of Trustees.

Early voting will begin on Monday, April 27, until Tuesday, May 5. Early voting will take place at City Hall for the City Elections, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. and at the LISD Administrative Offices for the school election, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m.

Election Judges for the City Election will be appointed on Wednesday, April 15. Candidates are: Early voting Judge—Pam Cox; Early Voting Clerk—Dewanna Bownds; Early Voting Clerk— Candace Walch; Election Day Judge—Ronnie Bryan; Election Day Alternate Judge—Artis Poston; Election Day Clerk—Vicki Martin and Election Day Clerk— Dorothy Schimank.

LISD has already appointed Victor Yurk as the Election Judge for School Board Elections, with Martin Schubert serving as the Alternate Judge.

Four people have signed up to run for City Council. They are incumbents Tim Brown and Greg Langehennig, along with Cindy Herklotz and Tony Tavary.

Four people have signed up to run for School Board, including incumbents Philip Brown and Joe Green, along with Richard (Ricky) Washington and Kristin Smith.

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