Voters reelect Baker, vote in Stevens to Round Rock City Council

Voters reelected one council member and voted in one new one. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)
Voters reelected one council member and voted in one new one. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)

Voters reelected one council member and voted in one new one. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)

Updated 11:50 p.m.

Final unofficial results show Matt Baker and Kristin Stevens won seats for places 3 and 5, respectively on Round Rock City Council.

Unofficial final results in Travis and Williamson counties show Baker earned 4,509 votes for challenger Janneke Parrish's 2,371 votes.

In Place 5, Stevens received 4,202 votes to opponent Tina Steiner's 2,684 votes.

All results are unofficial until canvassed.

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Early voting results are trickling in for Round Rock City Council’s May 1 election to fill places 3 and 5.

For Place 3 of Round Rock City Council, incumbent Matt Baker is in the lead with 4,330 votes and 65.34% of the precinct. Janneke Parrish has 2,297 votes with 34.66% of the precinct.

For Round Rock City Council Place 5, Kristin Stevens is in the lead with 4,027 votes and 60.70% of the precinct. Tina Steiner has 2,607 votes with 39.30% of the precinct.

Round Rock City Council candidates:

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Place 5:

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