Pflugerville City Council member Doug Weiss secures re-election

(Kelsey Thompson/Community Impact Newspaper)
(Kelsey Thompson/Community Impact Newspaper)

(Kelsey Thompson/Community Impact Newspaper)

UPDATED: Nov. 6, 10:03 a.m.

Travis County released final voting totals at 3:40 a.m. on Nov. 6. Incumbent Doug Weiss, who holds Pflugerville City Council's Place 1 seat, was reelected with approximately 61% of the vote, or 3,493 votes. Emmy McDaniel secured just over 25% of the vote, at 1,438 ballots cast in her favor. Dana Barbie garnered 807 votes, or around 14% of the total.

Results are not official until canvassed.

UPDATED: 10:53 p.m.

As of 10:53 p.m., incumbent Doug Weiss, who occupies Pflugerville City Council Place 1, has secured approximately 62% of the vote, with 2,056 cast in his favor. Weiss, who was first elected to council in 2016, said he will continue to prioritize Pflugerville residents' quality of life through transportation infrastructure, city resources and continually easing the tax burden on residents.

“I’m just really excited for the next three years and for the future of Pflugerville that’s ahead,” Weiss said in a call with Community Impact Newspaper Nov. 5.

Travis and Williamson counties are still calculating results, and the article will be updated as more information becomes available.

UPDATED: 10:20 p.m.

As of 10:20 p.m., with an unspecified number of precincts reporting, incumbent Pflugerville City Council member Doug Weiss leads the Place 1 race by 1253 votes as Election Day votes continue trickling in, with 2056 cast in his favor. Weiss, who is running for his second term, is challenged by Pflugerville residents Dana Barbie and Emmy McDaniel, who have 437 and 803 votes, respectively, at this time.

UPDATED: 9:38 p.m.

As of 9:38 p.m., with an unspecified number of precincts reporting, incumbent Pflugerville City Council member Doug Weiss leads the Place 1 race by 1129 votes as Election Day votes begin trickling in, with 1864 cast in his favor. Weiss, who is running for his second term, is challenged by Pflugerville residents Dana Barbie and Emmy McDaniel, who have 371 and 735 votes, respectively, at this time.

ORIGINAL POST: 7:08 p.m.

Incumbent Pflugerville City Council member Doug Weiss leads the Place 1 race by 1124 votes at the close of early voting, with 1851 cast in his favor. Weiss, who is running for his second term, is challenged by Pflugerville residents Dana Barbie and Emmy McDaniel, who have 369 and 727 votes, respectively, at this time.
By Kelsey Thompson
Kelsey Thompson is the reporter for Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto, where her work focuses on education, city government and community development. Originally from upstate New York, Kelsey relocated to Austin after graduating from Syracuse University in May 2019.


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