Linda Anthony wins reelection as West Lake Hills mayor 

Incumbent Linda Anthony was up against Lawyer Jeff Taylor for the May 7 West Lake Hills mayoral election. (Grace Dickens/Community Impact Newspaper)
Incumbent Linda Anthony was up against Lawyer Jeff Taylor for the May 7 West Lake Hills mayoral election. (Grace Dickens/Community Impact Newspaper)

Incumbent Linda Anthony was up against Lawyer Jeff Taylor for the May 7 West Lake Hills mayoral election. (Grace Dickens/Community Impact Newspaper)

Incumbent Linda Anthony has won the West Lake Hills mayoral election, according to preliminary reporting from the city.

Anthony received 79.65% of the vote, a total of 724 votes. Lawyer Jeff Taylor ended up with 20.35% of the vote, or 185 votes.


“I am so very grateful for their support, for taking the time to show and vote their confidence in what the I and the city council are doing,” Anthony said. “I look forward to another two years of trying to best serve our residents in this community.”

Place 2 Council Member Brian Plunkett and Place 4 Council Member Darin Walker won their reelection races unanimously.

The results of the election are not official until canvassed by the City Council, which will happen at a future council meeting.
By Grace Dickens

Reporter, Lake Travis/Westlake

Grace is the Lake Travis/Westlake reporter for education and city government. She joined Community Impact Newspaper in October 2021 after graduating from the University of Texas at Austin with degrees in journalism and geography.