Hutto's May elections to feature 2 mayoral candidates, 4 City Council candidates, 6 school board candidates

Hutto City Council chambers
Terms for Hutto's mayor, two of its City Council members and three of its school board members are set to expire in May. (Community Impact Newspaper)

Terms for Hutto's mayor, two of its City Council members and three of its school board members are set to expire in May. (Community Impact Newspaper)

The ballot for Hutto's upcoming City Council and school board elections in May will feature two candidates for mayor, four for City Council and six for the Hutto ISD board of trustees.

The window to file for candidacy opened Jan. 19 and closed Feb. 18. Below are the candidates running for each open position.

* denotes incumbent

Hutto mayor

  • Mike Snyder*

  • Mandi Villarreal Salvo


Hutto City Council, Place 3


  • Ida Weaver

  • Randal Clark


Hutto City Council, Place 6


  • Amberley Kolar

  • Nicole Calderone


Neither City Council seat has an incumbent candidate. Former Place 6 Council Member Tanner Rose resigned in January, and Council Member Mandi Villarreal Salvo, who holds the Place 3 seat, will run for mayor in May rather than seek re-election to her current seat.

Hutto ISD board of trustees


  • Billie Logiudice*

  • Terrence Owens*

  • Ashley McCombs

  • Jason McCombs

  • Shannon Jacobs

  • Stevie Jones


HISD board of trustees members are elected at large rather than to numbered places. The three seats set to expire in May are occupied by Board President Billie Logiudice, Board Member Terrence Owens and Board Member Morgan Hubbard. Hubbard will not run for re-election.


Early voting for the election will run from April 25 through May 3, and election day is May 7.
By Carson Ganong

Reporter, Pflugerville/Hutto

Carson became the reporter for the Pflugerville-Hutto edition of Community Impact Newspaper in August 2021. Before joining CI, Carson studied journalism at Texas State University, where he covered San Marcos as a reporter for Texas State's student newspaper, The University Star.