City of Lytle election May 7

Mayor Ruben Gonzalez faces challenger Tom Cate
Michael Rodriguez and Marshall Witter face off for District 4

In the city newsletter, Lytle mentioned that the elections would be held by the three (3) counties. Due to unforeseen problems, this is no longer the case. The city will be holding the elections instead.
The purpose for this election is to vote for Aldermen for Districts 4 & 5 and a Mayor.
Incumbent Mayor Ruben Gonzalez faces challenger Tom Cate, the longtime City Attorney for Lytle.
Newcomers Michael Rodriguez and Marshall D. Witter are facing off for the District 4 seat after incumbent Jerry Stone did not file for re-election.
District 5 Councilman Charles Cate is unopposed.
The good thing is that all the voting, early and election day, will be held at the Lytle City Hall located at 14916 Main Street, downtown.
Early voting will be held April 25th thru May 3rd from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.
On election day, May 7 the polls will be open from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm.
All voting for the City of Lytle alderman and mayoral elections will be at City Hall.
A new voting machine was approved. Paper ballots will be used and hand counted.
Early voting is April 25 through May 3. Votes can be cast at Lytle City Hall, located at 14916 Main Street, Lytle.
Lytle ISD- The Lytle ISD election was canceled due to all unopposed candidates.