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All City Council races on the ballot are UNCONTESTED. However, Buda City Hall will still serve as a polling location for federal, state, local and county races in the November 6 general election.
TODAY (Oct. 9, 2018) is the last day to register to voter in the November 6 General Election.https://www.votetexas.gov/registe…/you-must-register-by.html
On The Ballot:
Place 3Ray Bryant
District A (Place 4)Paul Daugereau
District B (Place 6)Evan Ture
District C (Place 2)Wiley Hopkins
At the June 5, 2018 City Council meeting, Council approved the district lines for Districts A, B, and C. These single member districts will be used as boundaries for electing City Councilmembers beginning with the November 2018 Election.
Click here to view additional information on the transition to single-member districts. The link includes district maps.
Early Voting Dates, Times, & Locations
During early voting, you can vote at any location in Hays County. In Buda, Buda City Hall will serve as a polling location for early voting.
City of Buda Early Voting Location
Buda City Hall405 E. Loop St., Building 100Buda, TX
Monday, October 22 — Friday, October 26 8 a.m. — 5 p.m.
Saturday, October 278 a.m. — 5 p.m.
Monday, October 29 – Friday, November 2 7 a.m. — 7 p.m.
Click here a full list of early voting locations in Hays County: http://bit.ly/2vM1Hbg
November 67 a.m. — 7 p.m.
On Election Day you must vote in your assigned precinct. You will find this information on your voter registration card.
Precinct 224Buda City Hall405 E. Loop St., Building 100Buda, TX
Precinct 226Hays Hills Baptist Church1401 N. FM 1626Buda, TX
Precinct 228McCormick Middle School5700 Dacy Lane
Precincts 230/232/236/238Southern Hills Church of Christ3740 Ranch Rd 967