Here are city and school races and propositions that are on the ballot in the May 10 election. An (I) designates the incumbent.
Mayor: Jean Schaake, Chris Watts, Donna Woodfork
Place 5: Dalton Gregory, Hatice I. Salih
Place 6: Greg Johnson (M. Brendan Carroll stepped aside but remains on ballot)
District 2: John Ryan, Glen Farris Squibb
Place 1: Joey Hasty (I)
Place 3: Joan Delashaw (I), Eric Lamon
Place 5: Marla Hawkesworth (I), John Tutini
Place 1 (2-year-term): Deborah Goin (I), Chris Rich
Place 2 (2-year term): Wayne Green, Chris Huber
Place 3 (1-year term): Brandy Pounds (I), Sherri Wineberg
Place 5 (2-year term): Jeff Perry (I), Brandon Stinchcomb
Proposition 1: Whether to authorize the formation of a Municipal Development District and the imposition of a sales tax of one-half of 1 percent for projects within the district, which would be in the city’s extraterritorial jurisdiction.
Mayor: Bill Scherer, Doug Tobe
Place 2: Norma Harrington (I), Jacyln Carrington, Jason Small
Place 4: Gary A. Marco (I), Betty Medlock
Proposition: Whether to reauthorize the local sales and use tax of one-fourth of one percent to continue providing revenue for street maintenance and repair.
Three council races are uncontested and will not be listed on the ballot. The only item on the ballot is a proposition.
Place 1: Randy Gibbons (I)
Place 3: Lowell Johnson (I)
Place 4: Joe Harrison (I)
Proposition: Whether the Crime Control and Prevention District and its sales tax should be continued.
One council race is uncontested and is not on the ballot. The only items on the ballot are three sales tax propositions.
At large: Charles Smith (I)
Proposition 1: Whether to adopt 1 percent sales tax for general revenue
Proposition 2: Whether to adopt a sales tax of one-fourth of 1 percent for street repair and maintenance
Proposition 3: Whether to adopt sales tax of one-half of 1 percent for economic development
Place 1: Paul Meine (I), Canda Ponthieu-Doyle, Nick Vincent, Travis Giguere
Place 3: Justin Diviney (Jeremiah Hale is also on the ballot but says the position would conflict with his job as a state trooper and that he will resign if elected)
Place 5: Christine Rodriguez (I) (Cody Carter is also on the ballot but says the position would conflict with his job as a state trooper and that he will resign if elected)
Place 1: MaryEllen Miksa, Leroy Vaughn
Place 3: TJ Gilmore
Place 1: J. Michael McClellan
Place 6: Charlie M. Davis Sr., Stephanie Shoemaker, Beth Stokes, Audra Wadsworth
Place 1: Jean Young (I)
Place 2: Rena Hardeman (I), Mike McBride
Place 3: Michael C. Ganz (I)
Seven candidates have filed for three at-large council seats. The top three vote-getters will win the seats.
At-large candidates: Lynn Harpold (I), Colleen Cameron (I), Keith Palmer (I), Brian Boltz, Donald Lindemann, Kim O’Brien, Judith Camp
Proposition 1: Reauthorization of sales tax of one-fourth of 1 percent for street repairs and maintenance
Mayor: Shea Dane Patterson
Place 1: Paul Young
Place 4: Elise “E” Rumbo, Duane Strayhorn
Place 6: C.J. Hillard
Place 1: Randy Crider (I)
Place 3: Dan Cockburn (I)
Place 5: Wesley Howard (I), Robert M. Mann
Proposition: Whether to reauthorize the sales tax of one-fourth of 1 percent for street repairs and maintenance
Mayor: Thomas Muir (I)
Place 2: Gary Bilyeu (I), Joe Falls, Chris Prock
Place 4: Allen Chick (I)
Mayor: Connie White, Nick Sanders
Place 1: Larry Hoover, Jim Parrow
Place 2: Garrett Reed
Place 3: Rhylan Rowe
Proposition 1: Whether to reauthorize a sales tax of one-fourth of 1 percent for street repairs and maintenance
Proposition 2: Whether to approve the issuance of $11.7 million in general obligation bonds for a joint police and town hall facility and for renovations to existing town facilities, and the levy of taxes necessary for payment
Election canceled because there were no contested races.
Six candidates are running for three school board positions. The top three vote-getters will win the seats; none is an incumbent.
Candidates: John Bitter, Kim Campbell, Craig Hawkesworth, Steven Moore, Wes Timmons, William Wolfe
Proposition: Whether to approve a $45 million bond package to be used for projects that include a new middle school, upgrades to athletic facilities and the high school, improvements to district technology, and new school buses.
Place 2: Annette Crooks (I)
Place 6: John Brogdon (I)
Place 7: Colleen Dow (I), Jackie McBroom
Little Elm ISD
Place 1: LeAnna Harding
Place 2: Curtis Savage, Alejandro “Alex” Flores
Place 3: Sally Coleman, Melissa Myers
Place 4 (unexpired term): Elisa McAtee, Larry Salerno, DeLeon English
Place 6: Mary Smith, Kristi Hassett, Krista Stone
Place 7: Carol A. Kyer (I), Tracy Scott Miller
Little Elm ISD
Place 1: LeAnna Harding (I)
Place 2: Curtis Savage (I), Alejandro (Alex) Flores
Place 3: Sally Coleman (I), Melissa Myers
Place 4: Elisa McAtee (I), Larry Salerno, DeLeon English
Place 5: Devonna Holland (I), Jerry Burkett
Place 6: Andrew Bennett, Stan Durham, Aaron Fraser, Edward R. Mergenthal Jr., Lillian Rauch, Kristi Wade
Place 7: Mel Fuller (I), Doug Smith
Place 1: James “Jimmy” Howard (I)
Place 6: Brad Watts (I)
Place 7: Dale Gleason, Jeff Morris
Lake Cities Municipal Utility Authority
Board of Directors Place 1: Christoper A. Hoppe
Board of Directors Place 2: David J. Shershen, John S. Green, Robert W. Jackson Jr.