Election results: Sandy Cox wins Lakeway mayor's seat, voters confirm unopposed Monty Parker in Bee Cave

Sandy Cox has won the 2018 mayoral race in Lakeway.

Sandy Cox has won the 2018 mayoral race in Lakeway.

Updated 9:45 p.m. May 5

Posted election day results from the Travis County Clerk's Office are as follows (results are not final until votes are canvassed):

In Bee Cave, unopposed mayoral candidate Monty Parker won 100 percent of the vote. Incumbent Bill Goodwin will resume his council duties after winning 49.49 percent of the vote, followed by newcomer Jon Cobb who garnered 37.73 percent. Incumbent Council Member Tim Matzen, who withdrew from the race in March after filing his candidacy papers, drew 12.78 percent.

Sandy Cox won Lakeway's mayoral seat, garnering a total of 42.22 percent of the vote. Candidate Tiffany McMillan received 29.54 percent, and Council Member Jean Hennagin earned 28.24 percent of the vote.

Steve Smith will join council, winning one of two open seats with 25.13 percent. Council Member Keith Trecker will return for another term, winning 19.86 percent of the vote.

Louis Mastrangelo picked up 19.12 percent of the vote followed by Tammy Stanley 13.65 percent, Judy Holloway with 13.57 percent and Christopher Forton with 8.66 percent.

Updated 7:53 p.m. May 5

After polls closed at 7 p.m., only early voting results are posted on the Travis County Clerk's Office site.

In the Bee Cave mayor's race, Monty Parker running unopposed has garnered 100 percent of the vote.
For two open council positions, incumbent Council Member and Mayor Pro Tem Bill Goodwin has won 48.05 percent, newcomer Jon Cobb won 38.44 percent and incumbent Council Member Tom Matzen who announced the withdrawal of his candidacy in March has secured 13.51 percent.

In Lakeway, former Council Member Sandy Cox is leading the three-way mayor's race with 46.73 percent, Tiffany McMillan has secured 28.21 percent and Council Member Jean Hennagin has won 28.03 percent.

In Lakeway's six-way city council race for two open spots, Zoning and Planning Commission member Steve Smith is ahead with 26.17 percent followed by incumbent Keith Trecker with 20.76 percent.

Candidate Louis Mastrangelo is currently in third spot with 19.51 percent. Judy Holloway has 13.41 percent of the early vote count, Tammy Stanley has 12.85 percent, Christopher Forton has 7.03 percent.

Find the latest numbers for all races at https://communityimpact.com/lake-travis-westlake/vote/
By Rob Maxwell
Rob Maxwell joined the world of print journalism and Community Impact in Sept. 2017 as editor of the Lake Travis - Westlake edition. He previously enjoyed a successful and rewarding career in radio and television news. In his spare time, Rob can be found scoping out area climbing walls and hiking trails. He lives in Cedar Park with his wife and daughters and looks forward to receiving his LCP edition of Community Impact Newspaper every month.


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