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Early voting ends Tuesday

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    With the end of early voting one day away, almost 200 ballots have been cast for the May 11 Sulphur Springs City Council election.
    There are contested races for city council places 4 and 5 on the city ballot.
    In the race for  Place 4, incumbent Freddie Taylor is being challenged by Charles Oxford in his bid for another term on the council.
    Oxford served one term on the council and was defeated in a relection bid by John Sellers in 2011 by a vote of 663 to 375. In his challenge to Clay Walker last year, Oxford again lost, this time with a vote of 507 to 274.
    Incumbent Place 5 Councilman Gary Spraggins is opposed by Emily Glass, a compliance officer at City National Bank.
    Early voting will continue through 5 p.m. today and from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Tuesday in the Council Room at City Hall, 125 South Davis St.    
    On election day, Saturday, May 11, voting will be conducted at Sulphur Springs Independent School District Adminstration Building, 631 Connally St.

    Early voting in trustee races in two local school districts also ends May 7.
    At Yantis ISD, early voting by personal appearance ends at 4 p.m. Tuesday in the YISD administration office. Regular election day voting will be conducted Saturday, May 11, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. in the foyer at Imogene Glenn Elementary School on the YISD campus.
    Voters are being asked to choose candidates to fill two trustee seats on the school board. Colby Ogle is challenging incumbents Mike Kinney and Joni Moreland. The two candidates receiving the most votes will win the three-year term spots on the school board.
    Early voting by personal appearance at Como-Pickton Consolidated ISD also ends at 4 p.m. Tuesday. Early voting is being conducted in the administrative office at the school, alongside Como City Council elections. Regular election day voting will be Saturday, May 11, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the school.
    Voters are asked to choose candidates to fill two trustee seats on the school board. Charlie Leigh-Manuell is challenging incumbents Greg Anglin and Beth Hankins. The two seats on C-P’s board will go to the two candidates receiving the most votes. Each is for a full term of four years on the board.
    Sulphur Springs Independent School District canceled its election earlier this month, as it only had three candidates sign up for the three full three-year seats on the board of education. Leesa Toliver and incumbents Kerry Wright and John Prickette will take the oath of office during the next board meeting, which begins at 6 p.m. Monday, May 13, in the board room of SSISD Administration Building.




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