The May 15 Ballot

Depending on where they live, voters will see some combination of what is below on their ballot:


ACC TRUSTEE ELECTION

Place 4

end story Jeffrey Richard

end story Thomas Krueger

Place 5

end story Rafael Quintanilla

Place 6

end story Guadalupe Q. Sosa

end story Marc Levin

end story Veronica Rivera

end story Rodney Ahart


AISD GENERAL ELECTION

Trustee District 2

end story Rudy Montoya Jr.

Trustee District 3

end story Johna Edwards

Trustee District 5

end story Mark Williams

At-Large Position 8

end story Doyle Valdez

end story Jennifer Gale


ACC/DEL VALLE SPECIAL ELECTION

The annexation of the territory comprising the Del Valle ISD into the Austin Community College District

end story For

end story Against


HOSPITAL DISTRICT FOR TRAVIS CO.

The creation of a hospital district and the levy of a tax not to exceed 25 cents on each $100 of the taxable value of property taxable by the district

end story For

end story Against


CITY OF AUSTIN

Proposition 1

Adoption of the state law applicable to fire fighters that establishes collective bargaining if a majority of the affected employees favor representation by an employees association, preserves the prohibition against strikes and lockouts, and provides penalties for strikes and lockouts

end story For

end story Against


NORTHWEST AUSTIN MUD NO. 1 DIRECTOR ELECTION

Vote for up to two candidates.

end story Ed Swarthout

end story Karen Temborius

end story Oliver K. Ban


LAKE TRAVIS COMMUNITY LIBRARY DISTRICT

Create a Lake Travis Community Library District and adopt a local sales and use tax of one quarter of 1%

end story For

end story Against

Library Trustee

Vote for up to five candidates.

end story Carol M. Black

end story Robert L. Johntz

end story Dan W. Pedersen

end story Nancy W. Pencsak

end story Mary L. Whitaker


MANOR ISD SCHOOL BOARD

Vote for up to two candidates.

end story Karen Snowden Mazerac

end story Stan Voelker

end story Reggie Turner

end story Ross Garza

end story Tim Carlin


MANOR ISD BOND ELECTION

Manor voters will decide five bond proposals, ranging from $1.5 million to $28 million, for a variety of new school construction and equipment purchases.


VILLAGE OF VOLENTE

Mayor

end story Jan Yenawine

City Council

Vote for up to five candidates.

end story Tony Vacca

end story Ron Montanez

end story Sherry Glover

end story Kimberley Wimberley

end story Judy Barrick

end story Scott Attwood

end story Jack Hirschhorn

end story Bill Connors

end story Ann Tim Kane

end story Gary Murphy

end story Carey M. Witt

end story Dan Thost


EARLY VOTING SITES

Early voting for the May 15 election runs through May 11, Monday-Saturday, 7am-7pm, and Sunday, noon-6pm. Highland Mall and Northcross Mall: Monday-Saturday, 10am-9pm, Sunday, noon-6pm.

Central

University of Texas UGL Lobby West Mall

Fiesta Mart 3909 N. I-35

Travis Co. Courthouse 1000 Guadalupe

Travis Co. Airport Boulevard 5501 Airport Blvd.

ACC Highland Business Ctr. 5930 Middle Fiskville, first-floor lobby

ACC Rio Grande 1212 Rio Grande, Student Lounge

North

ACC Northridge 11928 Stonehollow Dr., Admissions Lobby

Highland Mall 6001 Airport Blvd., lower level by J.C. Penney

Northcross Mall 2525 W. Anderson

Albertsons Anderson Mill 13435 183 N. at Anderson Mill Road

HEB Four Points 7301 RR 620 N. (temp. building in parking lot)

Randalls Research 10900-D Research Blvd. at Braker Lane

ACC Cypress Creek 1555 Cypress Creek Rd., Student Commons

East

ACC Eastview 3401 Webberville, Student Commons Bldg. 2000

HEB East Seventh 2701 E. Seventh (temp. building in parking lot)

Springdale Shopping Ctr. (Health Clinic) 7712 Ed Bluestein Blvd. #155

Albertsons North Lamar 11331 N. Lamar at Braker Lane

Home Depot Howard Lane 13309 N. I-35 at Howard Lane

South

HEB South Congress 2400 S. Congress (temp. building in parking lot)

Randalls Ben White 2025 W. Ben White at Manchaca

ACC Riverside 1020 Grove Blvd., Student Lounge Bldg. A

Albertsons Stassney 5510 S. I-35 at Stassney

Southwest

ACC Pinnacle 7748 Hwy. 290 W., Student Commons

Home Depot 1200 Home Depot Blvd. at Brodie Lane

Randalls South Mopac 6600 MoPac S. at William Cannon

Randalls Bee Caves 3300 Bee Caves Rd.

Randalls Lakeway 2303 RR 620 S.

MOBILE VOTING SITES

Thursday, April 29, 10am-2pm

Seton Central, 1201 W. 38th

Seton Southwest, 7900 FM 1826

North Austin Medical Ctr., 12221 MoPac N.

Friday, April 30, noon-6pm

Pflugerville ISD Admin. Bldg., 1601 W. Pecan (11am-5pm)

Albertsons West Lake, 701 Capital of TX Hwy. S.

Home Depot Slaughter, 8801 S. I-35

Monday, May 3

Services for the Deaf, 2201 Post Rd., 9-11am

Govalle Care Center, 3101 Govalle, 9-11am

Loyalton of Austin, 5310 Duval Rd., 9-11am

Heritage Park Skilled Nursing Center, 2806 Real, 2-4pm

Criss Cole Rehabilitation Center, 4800 N. Lamar, 2-4pm

AmeriPark Retirement, 1130 Camino la Costa, 2-4pm

Tuesday, May 4, 10am-4pm

Volente Volunteer Fire Dept., 15406 FM 2769

South Rural Comm. Ctr., 3518 FM 973, Del Valle

East Rural Comm. Ctr., 600 West Carrie, Manor

Wednesday, May 5, 7am-6pm

LBJ Building, 1111 E. 17th

Travis Building, 1701 Congress

Winters Building, 701 W. 51st

Thursday, May 6, 11am-5pm

Manor ISD Admin. Building, 312 E. Murray Ave.

North Rural Comm. Ctr., 12822 Foothill Farms, Pflugerville

Del Valle ISD Admin. Bldg., 5301 Ross Rd., Del Valle

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