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Georgetown mayor, council member face opponents in May election


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Race pits Mayor Dale Ross against Dr. Sherwin Kahn and council member Rachael Jonrowe vs. Lawrence Romero.

Newcomers Valerie Nicholson and David Sray will run against each other for the District 6 seat.

Georgetown Mayor Dale Ross and City Council Member Rachael Jonrowe both face opponents in the May 6 election. Two people are also running for Georgetown City Council Member Keith Brainard’s seat since he decided not to seek reelection. The filing period for the May election ended at 5 p.m. Friday.

Ross, who has served one three-year term as mayor, is seeking re-election against Dr. Sherwin Kahn, a retired chiropractor. Jonrowe, who has served two three-year terms as council member for District 6 is also seeking reelection against Lawrence Romero.

Newcomers Valerie Nicholson and David Sray are both running against each other for Brainard’s District 2 seat. More details about the candidates were not available Friday. The last day to register to vote in the May 6 election is April 6. Early voting is April 24-May 2.

To see maps of council districts go to bit.ly/2kHKG9z. Anyone with questions about the election can call Shelley Nowling, the Georgetown city secretary, at (512)930-3652 or email her at Shelley.Nowling@georgetown.org.



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