Clarification: Residents who live within Kerrville Independent School District can vote on the district’s bond proposal at the Cailloux Theater, in addition to sites on campus. However, residents can vote only for the bond election at KISD polling places, not the general election.

Letters to the editor of The Kerrville Daily Times concerning the upcoming municipal election will be printed through Thursday,

The article “All 3 candidates participate in voters forum,” published in Monday’s edition of The Kerrville Daily Times, contained several inaccuracies and statements that require clarification.

A second candidates’ forum took place at the clubhouse at Comanche Trace Ranch subdivision on Texas 173 South on Thursday. This time, all three candidates for Kerrville City Council participated.

Stephanie Lochte Ertel, Demoratic candidate for state representative, will open her campaign office in Kerr County on Tuesday. An open house to celebrate the new office will be from 2 to 4 p.m. at the office location, 2640 Junction Highway, Suite A, on the western edge of Kerrville.

Results of the May 24 runoff election for the Republican nominee for Kerr County Precinct 1 commissioner are under review, with a recount scheduled for Thursday.

A 1992 incident between a candidate in the Republican Party runoff election and then presidential candidate Bill Clinton has no importance in the race for county commissioner, according to both hopefuls seeking the post.

William Rector won 52 percent of the early vote total putting him ahead of Harley David Belew in the race for Republican nomination for Precinct 1 Kerr County Commissioner.

City council members will deliberate Monday the qualifications of four applicants seeking to fill the Place 2 seat made vacant when incumbent Bonnie White won the May 7 race for mayor.

Voters did not have the chance to ask hopefuls for a county commissioner’s seat questions Friday after one candidate decided not to attend a forum.

Early voting for the county runoff election starts May 16, and candidates for the Republican nomination for Precinct 1 county commissioner will answer questions in a forum Friday.

Voters in the municipal elections chose to keep Ingram’s mayor as well as sitting members of the Kerrville Independent School District board of trustees.

Kerrville Mayor Jack Pratt and one municipal candidate’s campaign treasurer are facing ethics questions after complaints were filed following mass emails this week endorsing several candidates in today’s city election.

Early voting for the May 7 municipal election runs through Tuesday, and voters in Kerrville and Ingram have begun casting ballots in local municipal races and one school board election. 

Kerrville’s debt and finances have taken center stage in the campaigns for mayor leading up to the May 7 election, and with early voting starting this week, candidates Glenn Andrew and Bonnie White are looking to make their positions on the topic clear to voters.

Early voting continues today ahead of the Kerrville and Ingram municipal elections and the Kerrville school board race.

Early voting, ahead of the May 7 municipal elections in Kerrville and Ingram, begins today and continues through May 3.

Voters in Kerrville and Ingram will start casting ballots Monday in local municipal races and one school board election.

Early voting starts Monday for the May 7 municipal election, and several candidates attended a Comanche Trace forum Wednesday evening to address issues once more.