Local Elections
A number of local elections will occur on May 4, including New Braunfels Councilmember Place 3, Garden Ridge Councilmember Places 1, 4, and 5,  Bulverde Councilmember Places 5 and 6,  Comal ISD Single Member Districts 2 and 5, New Braunfels ISD  Bond Issues A, B, and C. Click here for the locations and times for Early Voting and Election Day.

City of New Braunfels

Beginning on April 22, there will be an election for New Braunfels City Council members 3.

City Council District 3

D. Lee Edwards
Leigh Ann Rowlands
Robert Nohrn

City of Garden Ridge

Beginning on April 22, there will be an election for Garden Ridge Councilmembers Places 1, 4, and 5.

Garden Ridge Councilmember Place 1

Kelly Smith, Incumbent

Garden Ridge Councilmember Place 4

Todd Arvidson, Incumbent

Garden Ridge Councilmember Place 5

Kay Bower, Incumbent
Brian Reyes

City of Bulverde

Beginning on April 22, there will be an election for Bulverde Councilmembers Places 5 and 6.

Bulverde Councilmember Place 5

Craig O'Neil
Joe Alexandre

Bulverde Councilmember Place 6

Seth Prescott
Christopher Goth
Natasha Watson
Sean MacFarland

City of Fair Oaks Bond Issue

Beginning on April 22, there will be an election on a Bond Issue for Fair Oaks not to exceed $16 million

The Fair Oaks City Council authorized an election of up to $16 million in GO Bond funding for the improvements projects at its
February 8, 2024 Special Meeting.

Comal County Appraisal District Board of Directors

Beginning on April 22, there will be an election for Comal County Appraisal District Board of Directors Places 1, 2, and 3.  The Constitutional Amendment passed last November provided for three elected board members to be added to Comal County Appraisal District Board of Directors.  Despite what you may have heard from the candidates for these positions, the appraisal district board of directors hires the chief appraiser, sets the budget, and selects members to serve of the Appraisal Review Board. The directors have no authority to set values or determine appraisal methods. The chief appraiser carries out the appraisal district’s legal duties, hires the staff, makes the appraisals and operates the appraisal office.

Comal ISD

Beginning on April 22, there will be an election for Comal ISD Single Member Districts  2 and 5.  Click here to view a Comal ISD Single District Map.

Comal ISD SMD 2

Courtney Biasatti, Incumbent
Josh Acut

Comal ISD SMD 5

Amy Shaw
Amy Duncan

New Braunfels ISD

Beginning on April 22, there will be an election for 3 New Braunfels ISD Bond Issues. 

New Braunfels ISD Bond Proposition A

Total Projected Cost:  $267,500,000

Includes New Braunfels High School Replacement Phase 2 ($226.8 Million), Agricultural Science Facility Upgrades ($2.5 Million), School Safety and Security Projects ($4.4 Million), Playground Equipment & Sun Shades ($.5 Million), Fine Arts/Band Equipment ($1.5 Million), Major Maintenance Projects ($23.8 Million), Bus Replacement ($3 Million), and Administrative & Project Management Fees ($5 Million).

New Braunfels ISD Bond Proposition B

Total Projected Cost:  $42,500,000

Includes Long Creek High School Stadium ($40 Million) and New Braunfels High School Stadium Upgrades ($2.5 Million).

New Braunfels ISD Bond Proposition C

Total Projected Cost:  $3,000,000

Replacing Student Devices, Staff Hardware, and Network Hardware.

Comal County Water Improvement Master District #3 and #3A

The Water Improvement Master District #3, outlined in blue on the North Comal County Map above has a number of ballot issues for approval by the voters.  Voters will approve a board of directors and vote on the issuance of up to over $2 billion in bonds and on the levying and collecting of an annual ad valorem tax not to exceed $1.20 per $100 per valuation for maintenance and operations purposes for the Master District.

The Water Improvement District #3A was created out of an order dividing Water Improvement District #3.  Water District 3A is being managed by the Water Improvement Master District #3.  The voters will approve of Water Improvement District #3A board and vote on their portion of the Master District Bonds.

Notice is hereby given that Lake Dunlap Water Control and Improvement District (the
“District”) will hold an election on May 4, 2024, between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m., at
the polling place for each election precinct established by Guadalupe and Comal Counties, Texas
(the “Counties”), for the purpose of electing three directors, each of whom will serve a four-year
term.

Click here for a sample ballot.

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