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Election Day is Saturday

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Saturday, May 7, is election day for local communities as Liberty County cities, schools, and special districts will be deciding who will represent them, along with a pair of constitutional amendments on the ballot.

On the ballot across the state of Texas is a Special Election related to a pair of propositions designed to assist Texas taxpayers with school taxes.

Locally voters in Ames, Cleveland, Daisetta, Dayton, and Hardin, as well as Cleveland, Hardin, and Hull-Daisetta ISD, and the Liberty County Hospital Dist. No. 1 will head to the polls.

Voters in Dayton will also be casting a ballot on six charter amendments, highlighted by a change to term limits from two to three years, which would be done on an at-large basis by getting rid of positions.

Liberty County has made the switch to Voting Centers, which will allow local voters to cast a ballot at any of 15 voting locations across the area. Voting locations will be open from 7 am – 7 pm at the following locations:

Devers School: 201 Chism St., Devers, Texas 77538

Hull Daisetta High School: 117 N Main St. Daisetta, TX 77533

Ames City Hall: 304 Martin Dr. Ames, TX 77575

Jack Hartel Building: 318 San Jacinto St. Liberty, TX 77575

Westlake VFD: 8704 FM 1409 Dayton, TX 77535

Douglas School Gym: 900 Samuel Wiley Drive, Cleveland, TX 77327

Romayor Baptist Church: 307 FM 2610 Cleveland, TX 77327

Hardin City Hall: 142 CO RD 2010 Liberty, TX 77575

HI- Way Tabernacle: 108 CR 2250, Cleveland, TX 77327

Cleveland Civic Center: 210 Peach St, Cleveland, TX 77327

Sante Fe Admin Building: 1680 RD 3549 Cleveland Tx 77327

Plum Grove City Hall: 9485 Plum Grove Rd, Cleveland Tx 77327

Dayton Community Center: 801 S. Cleveland St. Dayton, TX 77535

Kenefick Southern Baptist Church: 3536 FM 1008, Dayton, TX 77535

Tarkington Prairie Baptist Church: 25 CR 306 Cleveland, TX 77327

Candidates locally appear on the ballot as follows:

Liberty County Hospital District No. 1 (At Large 2 Positions)

Julie Woodward

Marcus T. Brand

Milton L. Fregia

Victor Barranco

Bill Griffin

City of Ames Position 1

Michael Trahan

Quatomonique Chil dress

Wellona Robertson

Position 2

Elizabeth Hardy

Reggie Rollins

Eugene E. Redmon

Position 1

Barbara Domain

Alfred Lee Freeman Jr.

City of Cleveland

Position 3

Eddie C. Lowery

James Franklin

Position 4

Desiree D. David

Rachell Hall

Delores Terry

Position 5

Fred Terrell

Mike Doyle

Erika Montesnieto

City of Daisetta Position 3

Lori L. Tidwell

Rodger D. Slusher, Sr.

City of Dayton

Position 1

Tonya Smikal

Dwight Pruitt

Position 2

Janette Goulder-Frick

Josh Townsend

Sherial L. Lawson

City Hardin Place 3

Phyllis Lewing

Tommy Small

Place 4

Julie Terry

David Meadows

City of Liberty (At Large 3


Tommy Brents

Ed Seymour

David W. Arnold

J.L. “Chipper” Smith

J.L. “Chipper” Smith

Cleveland ISD Trustee Position 4

LaDerrington Baldwin

Willie Carter

Trustee Position 5

Sharica S. Lewis

Amanda Sandoval Brooks

Hardin ISD Trustee Place 3

James Bubba Campbell

Charlie Wakefield

Stephanie Johnson Stephanie Johnson Clark

Stephanie Johnson Clark

Trustee Place 4

Dana Holst

Joey Scheffler

Trustee Place 5

Jennifer Parker

Charles Bolds

Trustee 7

Bethany Walker

Michelle Hotaling

Hull-Daisetta ISD Trustee

Position 6

Bradley Davis

Anna Lou Warren

Colby Fregia

Trustee Position 7

Anthony Gerard Eaglin

Jim Parker

For more information on the upcoming election, contact the Liberty County Office of Elections at 936-253-8050 or online at