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VOTING LOCATIONS ON ELECTION DAY (NOVEMBER 7, 2017)
PRECINCT 224: Buda City Hall, 121 S. Main Street 7 am - 7 pmPRECINCT 228: McCormick Middle School, 5700 Dacy Lane 7 am - 7 pm
ON THE BALLOT
MayorCandidates: George HaehnPlace 4 (unexpired term)Candidates: Jose Montoya Paul Daugereau
Place 5Candidates: Clark Beach Remy Fallon Place 6Candidates: Evan Ture
Fluoridation InitiativeFOR/AGAINST Shall the Code of Ordinances of the City of Buda, Texas be amended to adopt an ordinance resuming the use of fluoride additives within the allowable level as recommended and regulated by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality in the City of Buda municipal potable water supply?
City of Buda Fluoride GuideCharter Amendments
The City of Buda adopted a home rule charter in November of 2007 establishing the council/manager form of government still in place today. A revised charter was approved in 2012. The Buda City Council has called for a City Charter Amendment election November 7, 2017 that will include 19 amendments. The following guide provides the proposed amendments ballot language, the charter language if approved, and the anticipated financial impact.
2017 Charter Amendment Election Guide
For more information you can go to our elections page on the City of Buda website.City of Buda Election Information Page
Hays County also has an elections page.Hays County Website - Elections Page