Everything Kyle and Hays CISD voters need to know about the May 4 elections

Election day is May 4.

Election day is May 4.

Elections for two Hays CISD board of trustees seats and one Kyle City Council seat will be held May 4.

To find out where to vote, check out the map below. All registered Kyle voters may cast their ballot in the Kyle City Council special election, but only voters living in the districts up for election can vote in the Hays CISD contests.

Polls will be open 7 a.m.-7 p.m.

More information on the Kyle City Council race can be found on the city website; voters can learn more on Hays CISD races on the district website.

To get to know the candidates, check out Community Impact Newspaper's Q&As for all three races:

Hays CISD board of trustees, District 4
Hays CISD board of trustees, District 5
Kyle City Council, Place 3

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