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Well folks, we've got good news and bad news. The bad news is that the Cedar Park city election scheduled for May 2nd has been postponed until the November 3rd general election. I believe this was absolutely the right decision for keeping our citizens as safe as possible, and I note that the council approved this unanimously. Still, kind of a bummer, as I was eager to jump into Get-Out-The-Vote mode here in the next few weeks. The GOOD NEWS, however, is that we now have another 7 months to get out there, engage fellow residents and educate them about the importance of city government! So please stay tuned for more opportunities to get engaged coming soon! ... See MoreSee Less

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Earlier today, Governor Greg Abbott published a proclamation allowing cities to postpone their scheduled May elections until November general elections. A core objective of my campaign is to encourage more participation in our city elections by our residents. As the current health crisis has grown over the last week, I've been increasingly concerned that the justified fears of this virus would deter Cedar Park residents from having their voice heard in the May election, and therefore I would encourage the city to postpone our city election - and ensure that our residents have the maximum opportunity to be heard without concern for their safety. ... See MoreSee Less

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We shifted from door-knocking to just dropping-off campaign literature, but the campaign is still humming along! Thanks again to everyone who helped today, including these crazies! ... See MoreSee Less

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Congrats to Heather Jefts on a fantastic campaign kickoff tonight! ... See MoreSee Less

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