Kyle voters have several candidates running for mayor and council seats to consider when heading to the polls for the November 3, 2020 elections.
There are four candidates running for mayor and four candidates running for city council seats in districts 2 and 4. Incumbent Travis Mitchell has three challengers running against him for mayor, including David Abdel, Peter Parcher and Linda Tenorio.
In District 2, incumbent Tracy Scheel is running against challenger Yvonne Flores-Cale. And in District 4, we have an open race in which Ashlee Bradshaw is running against Tim McHutchion. District 2, which is largely east of Interstate 35, and District 4, which is mostly west of I-35, are single-member districts so only voters who live in those districts can vote for these candidates.
Kyle City Council Districts Map
See a map of the single-member districts to know what district you live in.
Kyle/Buda-Area Democrats sent each candidate a questionnaire to answer where they stood on various issues affecting the City of Kyle. Tenorio did not respond to the questionnaire.
KBAD currently does not make endorsements in local races, but we encourage area Democrats to learn about these candidates to decide which ones will best advocate for Democratic values in these important leadership roles.
Election Day is Nov. 3, and early voting will occur on Oct. 13 – Oct. 30. See printable lists of the early voting and Election Day voting locations and times at the links below.
The new countywide polling system allows registered voters to cast a ballot at any Hays County vote center, regardless of the precinct in which they live.