Who's on the City's November 2018 Ballot?

Monday filing deadline yields complete list of candidates

Steve Adler (Photo by David Brendan Hall)

This year's city filing deadline came at 5pm on Monday, leaving Austin voters with the following candidates to choose from on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 6. (Incumbents are listed in bold.) In addition to the races for City Council, and the boards of trustees for both Austin Community College and the Austin Independent School District, voters will also elect officials for a variety of partisan county- and statewide races. Candidates in those races were decided in the March primaries. See austinchronicle.com/elections for a full list.

The deadline to register to vote in Nov­em­ber is 5pm on Tuesday, Oct. 9. Visit www.votetravis.com for registration info. Early voting begins Monday, Oct. 22, and ends Friday, Nov. 2. Do what you need to do to cast a ballot.

City Council


• Steve Adler

Laura Morrison

Travis Duncan

Gustavo (Gus) Peña

Alexander Strenger

Todd Phelps

Alan Pease

Laura Morrison (Photo by John Anderson)

District 1:

(Ora Houston retiring)

Mitrah Elizabeth Avini

Lewis Conway Jr.

Vincent Harding

Natasha Harper-Madison

Mariana Salazar

Reedy Macque Spigner III

District 3:

• Sabino "Pio" Renteria

Susana Almanza

Jessica Cohen

Justin Jacobson

Amit Motwani

James Valadez

District 5:

• Ann Kitchen

District 8:

(Ellen Troxclair retiring)

Rich DePalma

Paige Ellis

Bobby Levinski

Frank Ward

District 9:

• Kathie Tovo

Isiah Jones

Linda O'Neal

Danielle Skidmore

AISD Board

District 1:

• Ted Gordon

LaTisha Anderson

District 4:

Kristin Ashy

Zachary Price

District 6:

• Geronimo Rodriguez

District 7:

• Yasmin Wagner

District 9:

Sam Russo

Arati Singh

Carmen Tilton

ACC Board

Place 7:

• Barbara P. Mink

Mitch Fuller

Place 8:

Stephanie Gharakhanian

Douglas Gibbins

Sarah Mills

Place 9:

• Julie Ann Nitsch

Lora H. Weber

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