Mary Calixtro wins Georgetown City Council District 1 race

Mary Calixtro is the new District 1 Georgetown City Council member. (Courtesy Mary Calixtro)
Mary Calixtro is the new District 1 Georgetown City Council member. (Courtesy Mary Calixtro)

Mary Calixtro is the new District 1 Georgetown City Council member. (Courtesy Mary Calixtro)

Mary Calixtro won the runoff election Dec. 10 for the Georgetown City Council District 1 seat with 1 of 1 polling locations reporting.

Calixtro had 51.76% of votes with fellow candidate Alex Fuller receiving 48.24% of votes, according to the Williamson County Clerk.


There were a total of 340 votes—with 176 for Calixtro and 164 for Fuller.

The vacant seat was created when Anna Eby resigned from the City Council on Aug. 2. Calixtro will complete the remainder of the term ending in May 2021.

Fuller and Calixtro entered into the runoff after Fuller received 43.48% of votes and Calixtro received 38.70% on Nov. 5. The third candidate in the Nov. 5 race, Stevie Jones, received 17.83%. A total of 460 votes were cast in that race, with Fuller winning 200, Calixtro 178 and Jones 82.



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

All results are unofficial until canvassed.

SHARE THIS STORY
By Sally Grace Holtgrieve

Sally Grace Holtgrieve solidified her passion for news during her time as Editor-in-Chief of Christopher Newport University's student newspaper, The Captain's Log. She started her professional career at The Virginia Gazette and moved to Texas in 2015 to cover government and politics at The Temple Daily Telegram. She started working at Community Impact Newspaper in February 2018 as the Lake Travis-Westlake reporter and moved into the role of Georgetown editor in June 2019.


MOST RECENT

The new Barking Armadillo taproom will open at 507 River Bend Drive, Georgetown. (Courtesy Barking Armadillo)
Barking Armadillo Brewing coming soon to Georgetown

Barking Armadillo beers and rotating guest beers will be available in the taproom, along with wines.

Three elementary and middle schools to likely see rezoning in south Georgetown

Georgetown ISD prepares for two new elementary schools, capacity in a growing city

At an event, Georgetown staff asked officials and residents to use Legos to chart where they envisioned growth. (Courtesy city of Georgetown)
Georgetown officials, residents working on a future land-use plan to help guide area development decisions

Georgetown’s 2030 future land-use plan, or FLUP, is being updated for the first time since 2008.

Sun City, Georgetown residents sought for memory loss study

UT Austin Dell Medical School looks to partner with city in large scale, long-term research study

Georgetown officials to make decisions this year on the future of public transportation options

When GoGEO’s fixed-route bus system was launched in fiscal year 2017, city council committed to a three-year service agreement.

The 164-acre community Wolf Lakes Village plans a summer ground breaking

Current plans for the development include space for retail, restaurants, office space, a hotel, a movie theater and up to 2,400 residential units.

Taproom guests will be able to purchase Rentsch and Strange Land beers. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)
Strange Land Brewery moves in with Rentsch Brewery in Georgetown

All Strange Land beer will be produced at Rentsch and its beers will be served in the shared tap room.

To Have and To Hold plans to open a Georgetown location Feb. 1. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Custom gifts, bridal store relocates to Georgetown from Round Rock

The business plans to open its Georgetown location Feb. 1.

The Williamson Museum offers tours. (Sally Grace Holtgrieve/Community Impact Newspaper)
Local destinations: a noncomprehensive guide to places to visit and things to see in Georgetown

Use this guide to ensure you are getting the most out of the community you call home, or pass it on to visitors.

Back to top