Election Day for primary runoff begins in Hays County

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Daniel Weeks, News Editor

Election Day begins in Hays County July 14 for the primary runoff. The following polling locations will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

San Marcos:

  • Live Oak Health (formerly Hays County Health Department) 401 Broadway Street #C
  • Hays County Government Center 712 South Stagecoach Trail, Northwest Conference Rooms
  • First Baptist Church San Marcos 325 West McCarty Lane
  • Promiseland Church 1650 Lime Kiln Road
  • San Marcos Housing Authority/CM Allen Homes 820 Sturgeon Drive

Kyle, Buda, Uhland:

  • Kyle City Hall 100 West Center Street, Kyle
  • Buda City Hall 405 East Loop Street, Building 100, Buda
  • Tobias Elementary School 1005 FM 150, Kyle
  • Wallace Middle School 1500 West Center St., Kyle
  • Hays Hills Baptist Church 1401 North FM 1626 Buda
  • HCISD Transportation Main Office 2385 High Road, Uhland

Dripping Springs, Wimberley:

  • Hays County Precinct 4 Office 195 Roger Hanks Parkway, Dripping Springs
  • Belterra Center 151 Trinity Hills Drive, Austin
  • Wimberley Community Center 14068 RR 12, Wimberley

The Republican Party ballot will feature the following:

  • District 35 U.S. Representative: “Guillermo” William Hayward, Jenny Garcia Sharon
  • District 5 State Board of Education member: Lani Popp, Robert Morrow
  • District 45 State Representative: Kent “Bud” Wymore, Carrie Issac

The Democratic Party ballot will feature the following:

  • U.S. Senator: Mary “MJ” Hegar, Royce West
  • Railroad Commissioner: Roberto R. “Beto” Alonzo, Chrysta Castañeda
  • Hays County Democratic Party Chair: Donna Haschke, Angela “Tia Angie” Villescaz

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