Early voting will run May 24-29 and June 1 at the Leander Public Library annex at 1011 S. Bagdad Road, according to the city. The library will also be the sole election day voting location.
For Places 2 and 4, no candidate reached a majority of votes May 1, which calls for a runoff election between the two candidates who received the most votes, according to city ordinances.
Sanders and Traube received the most votes in the Place 2 race, beating incumbent Annette Sponseller. Sanders received 36.6% of votes May 1, and Traube received 33.94% of votes. Sponseller got 29.46% of votes.
Thompson received 43.07% of votes May 1 for the Place 4 seat, and Mahan received 48.72% of votes. Place 4 candidate Steve Hanes received 8.21% of votes after announcing he would no longer seek election in March.
These are the candidates on the June 5 ballot:
- Mike Sanders
- Esmeralda Traube
- Nacole Thompson
- Donnie Mahan
On May 1, Christine Sederquist won the Leander mayor race, and Becki Ross won the Place 6 council seat. They will tentatively be sworn in May 20.
The city said May 1 election results would be canvassed on or before May 12.