The Early Voting

Early voting continues to be brisk at Lampasas County ElectionsOffice in that Runoff Election. On Tuesday, 375 voters came in to cast their ballots, along with 8 more by mail. Add that to the 379 in person voters on Monday and the 245 that had come in by mail…and already we have seen 1007 ballots turned in. That’s a lot!

You can cast your early ballot at the County Election Office from 8am to 5pm today, Thursday or Friday. Regular Election Day will then come on Tuesday, from 7am to 7pm at any of the County’s three polling places:

  • Lampasas New Covenant Church
  • First Baptist Church in Kempner
  • JP 2 Office in Lometa

What’s the election all about?

It has runoffs that include the Republican Primary ties for:

Lampasas County Judge:

Larry Allison Randy Hoyer

County Commissioner Race for Precinct 2:

Jamie Smart Ron Farr

Lampasas County’s District Clerk:

Edith Wagner Harrison Trina Hudson

State Representative for District 54:

Brad Buckley Scott Cosper

Justice, 3rd Court of Appeals District Place 6:

Michael “Mike” Toth Donna Davidson

For the Democrats, there is a runoff in the Statewide Democratic Primary for Governor between:

Lupe Valdez, Andrew White

Democratic Primary U.S. Rep. for District 25:

Julie Oliver Chris Perry