McCullough was the only candidate to file for the Place 1 seat. This will be her first term on the council.
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Brian Plunkett (Incumbent)
Plunkett was the only candidate to file for the Place 2 seat. Originally appointed in October to fill former Council Member Taylor Holcomb’s remaining term, this will be his first full term on the board.
Darin Walker (Incumbent)
Walker was the only candidate to file for the Place 4 seat. Originally elected in 2014, this will be his second term on the board.
Linda Anthony (Incumbent)
Anthony was the only candidate to file for the mayoral seat. Originally appointed in 2015, this will be her first full term as mayor.
Last day to register to vote: April 7
In-person early voting: April 25-May 3
Last day to apply for ballot by mail: April 26
Election day: May 7
Registered voters in Travis County can cast their ballot at any vote center within the county during early voting and on election day. For a complete list of Travis County polling locations, visit www.traviscountyclerk.org.
Bee Cave area
Bee Cave City Hall
4000 Galleria Parkway
Travis County Parks Office
14624 Hamilton Pool Road
Four Points area
5145 N. RR 620
Travis County Sheriff’s Office
3800 Hudson Bend Road
Lake Travis ISD Educational Development Center
607 N. RR 620
Lakeway Activity Center
105 Cross Creek
2301 S. RR 620
Serene Hills Elementary School
3301 Serene Hills Drive
Rollingwood Municipal Building
403 Nixon Drive, Spicewood
Briarcliff POA Community Center
22801 Briarcliff Drive
Bridge Point Elementary School
6401 Cedar St.
9411 Bee Caves Road
Lost Creek Limited District Office
1305 Quaker Ridge Drive
Oak Hill Fire Dept. Barton Creek Station No. 302
4111 Barton Creek Blvd.
3300 Bee Caves Road
Voter ID required
Texas voters are required to present one of seven specific forms of photo identification before they may cast their ballot.
Under Senate Bill 14, which was passed by the Texas Legislature in 2011 but did not take effect until a decision by the U.S. Supreme Court on June 25, 2013, voters must present one of the following forms of ID to vote:
- Texas driver’s license issued by the Texas Department of Public Safety
- Texas Election Identification Certificate issued by DPS
- Texas personal ID card issued by DPS
- Texas concealed handgun license issued by DPS
- U.S. military ID card containing the cardholder’s
- U.S. citizenship certificate containing the cardholder’s photograph
- U.S. passport
The following forms of ID will not be accepted:
- Student ID
- Utility bills
- ID cards issued by employers
- Any ID, other than U.S. citizenship certification, more than 60 days expired
Voters who do not have a valid form of ID can apply for an Election Identification Certificate at no cost at any driver’s license office. The EIC is valid for six years, but any EIC issued to a voter older than age 70 has no expiration date. Details on how to apply for an EIC are available on the DPS website, www.txdps.state.tx.us/driverlicense/electionid.htm.
The candidates listed in this guide will be on the May 7 local election ballot in the communities defined by Community Impact Newspaper’s Lake Travis/Westlake coverage area. All races including uncontested races are listed. Candidates with silhouette photos were not able to be reached before press time.