Saturday brings a host of key city council races around Johnson County. The polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. For information on elections within the county, call 817-556-6197 or visit www.johnsoncountyelections.com, or call 817-556-6197. For information on Cleburne city elections, visit www.ci.cleburne.tx.us or call 817-645-0908.
Mayoral: Kirklin Cross, John Hagan and Justin Hewlett vie to replace outgoing Mayor Ted Reynolds.
School board, Place 6: Incumbent M.J. Larrison faces Harry Shaffer
School board, Place 7: David Callender, Tolin Navarrete and Jay Wilson are vying to replace Brad Mead, who chose not to seek re-election.
Where to vote for mayor: City district locations apply to Cleburne residents. City District 1 votes at Wheat Middle School, 801 N. Colonial Drive. City District 2 votes at Gerard Elementary, 1212 S. Hyde Park Blvd. City District 3 votes at Cooke Elementary, 902 Phillips St. City District 4 votes at Booker T. Washington Community and Recreation Center, 100 Mansfield Road. Voting hours are 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Where to vote for school board: City district locations apply to Cleburne residents. Precinct locations apply to those residing outside of Cleburne, but within the Cleburne ISD district. City District 1/Precincts 6 and 18, vote at Wheat Middle School, 801 N. Colonial Drive. City District 2/Precincts 16, 19 and 23 vote at Gerard Elementary, 1212 S. Hyde Park Blvd. City District 3/Precincts 14, 15, 17, 31 and 33 vote at Cooke Elementary, 902 Phillips St. City District 4/Precincts 9, 20, 21, 22, 24, 27 and 28 vote at Booker T. Washington Community and Recreation Center, 100 Mansfield Road.
Mayoral: Dwayne “Coach” Richters is unopposed in his bid to replace outgoing Tom Durington.
City council, Ward I: Incumbent David Bayless is unopposed.
City council, Ward II: Effie Talton against Arrdeen Vaughan.
City council, Ward III: Jacob Wheat will face Kathleen Gould.
School board, Place 1: Incumbent David Juriewicz faces tom Durington
Where to vote: Alvarado City Hall at 104 W. College St.