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Voelkel officially withdraws as candidate for City of Kerrville Mayor

todayFebruary 24, 2022

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Kerrville City Secretary Shelley McElhannon announced Thursday that Vincent Voelkel has officially withdrawn as a candidate for the Office of Mayor on the Kerrville City Council.

Voelkel’s withdrawal is signed and notarized and has been validated; therefore, Voelkel is officially withdrawn as a candidate for Mayor on the Kerrville City Council at the May 7, 2022 municipal election.

For information regarding the city election, citizens may contact Kerrville City Secretary Shelley McElhannon at (830) 258-1117.

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Drawing is set for February 25 for the Order of Candidate Names for the May 7 Ballot for Kerrville City Council

Kerrville City Secretary Shelley McElhannon announced that the drawing for the order of names on the May 7, 2022 City Election will be held Friday, February 25, 2022 at 10 a.m. in the City Hall Lobby, 701 Main Street, in Kerrville. Candidates currently vying for various roles in city government include: (in alphabetical order) MAYOR: L. Brent Bates, Judy Eychner, and Vincent Voelkel PLACE THREE: Katy Chapman-Hanna, and Joe Herring, […]

todayFebruary 22, 2022


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