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Election on tap this Saturday at City Hall

by | May 3, 2018 | Latest

The outcome for mayor, and two seats on the Farmersville City Council will be determined Saturday.

Up for election in May 5 voting is the mayoral seat, with two candidates, Place 2 on the council, with two candidates, and Place 4, also with two candidates.

Running for mayor is incumbent Diane Piwko and challenger Randy Rice. Place 2 are incumbent Donny Mason and challenger Angie Rios. Though officially withdrawn from the race, John Garcia’s name will also appear on the ballot for Place 2. Seeking Place 4 are incumbent Mike Hurst and hopeful John Klostermann.

Voting will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Farmersville City Hall, located at 205 S. Main St.

Collin County voters can cast ballots at any vote center throughout the county including: Allen Municipal Courts Facility (301 Century Pkwy.), Anna City Hall Administration Building (111 N. Powell Pkwy.), Blue Ridge ISD Administration Building (318 West School Street), Celina ISD Administration Building (205 S. Colorado), Collin College – Preston Ridge Campus (9700 Wade Blvd.), Fairview Town Hall (372 Town Place), Frisco Fire Station #8 (14700 Rolater), Hunt Middle School (4900 Legendary Dr.), Lovejoy ISD Administration Building (259 Country Club Rd.), Lucas Community Center (665 Country Club Road), Maus Middle School (12175 Coit Rd.), Melissa City Hall (3411 Barker Ave.), New Hope Town Hall

(121 Rockcrest Road), Parker City Hall (5700 E. Parker Road), Prosper ISD Administration Bldg. (605 E. 7th Street) and Smith Library (300 Country Club Rd.)

Early voting in the city elections opened April 23 and ended May 1. For up to date election results on Saturday visit www.farmersvilletimes.com.

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