Alex Fuller and Mary Calixtro head into runoff for Georgetown City Council District 1 race

Alex Fuller is leading the race for Georgetown City Council District 1. (Courtesy Alex Fuller)
Alex Fuller is leading the race for Georgetown City Council District 1. (Courtesy Alex Fuller)

Alex Fuller is leading the race for Georgetown City Council District 1. (Courtesy Alex Fuller)

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Mary Calixtro will face Alex Fuller in a run off. (Courtesy Mary Fuller)

Updated 11 p.m.


Alex Fuller and Mary Calixtro will enter a runoff for the Georgetown City Council District 1 seat.

Fuller received 43.48% of votes and Calixtro received 38.70% with 58 out of 58 polling locations reporting at 11 p.m. on Nov. 5.

The third candidate, Stevie Jones, received 17.83%. A total of 460 votes were cast, with Fuller winning 200, Calixtro 178 and Jones 82.

All results are unofficial until canvassed.



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Alex Fuller is leading the Georgetown City Council District 1 race with 47.14% of early votes, according to the Williamson County Clerk.



Mary Calixtro had 30.48% and Stevie Jones had 22.38% of early votes.

There were a total of 210 early votes. Fuller had 99, Calixtro had 64 and Jones had 47.

The vacant seat was created when Anna Eby resigned from the city council on Aug. 2. The winner of this election will complete the remainder of the term ending in May 2021.



Georgetown City Council members typically serve three-year terms representing one of seven single-member districts.

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