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+ Page 4A NEWS Hays Free Press May 18, 2016 i i iiiii i i ?:::.,:,, /i !ii!!!iil;ii!iiiiil;! i i ~: ,i~iiii!i,,,i~!iii,iii!i!ii~;i!~i:i~ii~i!il;ilil;i:i!iii!iiiii ........ Hervol Mitchell BY MOSES LEOS III news@haysfreepress.com Kyle voters will hit the polls again next month as they attempt to settle the tie between a pair of candidates vying for the Kyle City Council District 1 seat. On Tuesday, the Kyle City Council officially set June 11 as the date for a runoff election for the race between incumbent Diane Hervol and challenger Travis Mitchell. Early voting begins May 31. The decision to hold a runoff came after voting results from the May 7 election remained the same following a recount on Monday. Hays County elections administrator Joyce Cowan said the recount showed no change in the vote, which had Hervol and Mitchell in a 510- 510 tie. Mitchell, who owns Mitchell Motorsports in Kyle and is running in his first election campaign, said the results of the recount "showed the elections office did a great job on May 7." But Mitchell said he didn't expect the numbers to change, even with the prospect of possible provisional or military/overseas ballots pending. According to the city, there were no military or overseas ballots mailed- in, nor were there any provisional ballots. "It didn't come as a surprise," Mitchell said. Mitchell had concerns about voter fatigue which could limit the i,iii:ii'i:,i,i,i,ii:i i' ','iii'i Electronic voting system programming and testing .......................................... $375 Election judges and clerks 9 clerks/judges x $140 on election day ................. $1,260 2 clerks/judges x $760 for 8 days of early voting ........ $1,520 . ::: .............. Judges/clerks fees for pickup and delivery Early voting ballot board personnel- 3 ...................... $90 Manager and tech support personnel - 2 ................ $150 Lookfor your PEC election ballot in the mail or your email inbox! %iiiii!iiEiiii!iiiiii Vote to fill two seats on iiiiiiii!iiiiiii ii!iiiiiiii PEC's Board and decide whether !i!ili!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiii:iiii:ii:iiii:iiii~:i~ the Co-op ensures a member's right to speak at Board meetings. Early voting ends June 10. .... iii!iii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiil]:i Vote early and be eligible for prizes, including a home theater package, Nest Learning Thermostats and $100giftcards. 'i!iiiiii!ii!iii!iiii!iiii!il iiiiiii i iiiiiiiiiiiii!i ii Membersalsomayvoteatthe iii!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!i! PECAnnualMeetingJune18in !i!i!i!ili!i!i!i!i!i!i!i!iii Dripping Springs. iiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiii County Election Services Contract Admin Fee ...... $412.20 number of Kyle citizensthe city charter from casting ballots. He cited needing a majority vote the March Primaries, to a plurality vote was followed by the May one way to settle ties in elections, and then the the future. runoff. He also believed Mitchell added the city's charter that with only two amendment to move candidates on the June council elections from 1 1 ballot, as opposed May to November could to eight total on May spur voter turnout in the 7, it could mean fewer future. people casting their Mitchell said he plans vote. to engage voters "in "It's beyond every way possible" and frustrating to voters that he is "excited to who are trying to move forward with my participate," Mitchell vision for Kyle." said. "They are being "My plan and my asked to come to the goal is to increase votes polls almost every for me in this next month. We have to do election," Mitchell said. something." "I'm giving it everything Mitchell said changing I can and in my power to get the message out. No excuses." Hervol was not available as of press time for comments. TI 512-302-5555 800-252-1310 FEDERAL CREDIT UNION www.atfcu.org 300+ Free ATMs I Free Checking 24 Austin Metro Locations O i Home Equity Loans as low as APR1 O 5 Years Fixed No Closing Costs2 Commercial Real Estate Loans 3 O 5 Years Fixed No Pre-Payment Penalty Become a member and get access to our great rates and services. Visit www.atfcu.org to earn more. ~Annual Percentage Rate. Actual rate may vary dependin ; on credit qualifications. Rates and terms are subjecttochangewithout notice.Autolo~ the )urchaseofaneworused vehicle, or the refinance of an existing loan from another lender. 'Austin Telco pays all standard closing costs for Home Equity/HELOC loans below $$00 000. These costs include: title search flood determination, credit re ~ort, and count filing fees If necessar, additional fees for appraisal, survey, and/or title company closing costs will be the responsibility of the borrower. Estimated costs will ~e disclosed u }on receipt of application Rate applies to 1st lien commercial real estate loans with loan to value of 80% or less: construction/develo )ment loan rates/terms may vary. Federally insured by NCUA. Austin Telco NMLS #422857 LENDER. i l i ii II