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If you want to vote for members of the Stephenville City Council, Stephenville ISD, you need to register by April 4.



I know, I know.


You still haven’t recovered from the recent primary election and already it’s time to start thinking of more political races.

Voters will decide on members of the Stephenville City Council and Stephenville ISD Board of Trustees when they go to the polls on Saturday, May 4.


Early voting takes place April 22-30, and if you want to participate, you need to get registered to vote by April 4.


You can do that by clicking here.


Here’s who’s on the ballot for Stephenville City Council:


Stephenville Mayor Doug Svien (uncontested)


Place 2: Gerald Cook (uncontested)


Place 4: Dr. Bob Newby, Dean Parr

Place 6: David Baskett (uncontested)


Place 8: Alan Nix, Dr. Tina Virgin


Stephenville ISD Board of Trustees:


Place 1: Dr. Robert Barberee (uncontested)


Place 2: Rick Gann, Dr. Rita Cook, Magan Estill


Place 3: Chad Elms (uncontested)


Place 4: Douglas Young (uncontested).


1 Comment

lekor adams
lekor adams
Mar 14

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