Updated: 2/07 11:01 pm
Victoria is also looking for a few people to step-up and become leaders for the city. The Mayoral Race is heating up, and it’s still a good three months until Election Day.
Even though city elections are still about three months away, the Mayoral Race for the city of Victoria is already attracting attention. Longtime Mayor Will Armstrong plans to seek another term, sticking with the same ideals and principals he said he's well known for. If re-elected, Mayor Armstrong hopes to lead the city into continued economic growth, but wants to put more of an effort into a long neglected need the city is increasingly facing. The newest candidate to the mayor’s race is only 22-years-old, but strongly feels it’s time for a new generation of leaders to take the reins.
Richard Deases a Mayoral candidate wants to improve the future of Victoria, both by economic development and improving the state of the city’s budget. District three councilmen and former Mayor pro tem Paul Polasek is also in the race to lead the city. According to county elections officials, Polosek would have to resign from his district three position in order to seek the mayor’s office. He will however continue to represent district three until the Election Day, which is May 11th. We attempted to contact Mr. Polasek but were unsuccessful.
Here are some dates to keep on your calendar:
Candidate Entry: March 1
Early Voting: April 29th - May7th
Election Day: May 11th
Potential candidates still have until March 1st to enter any races. Early voting starts on April 29th, and runs through May 7th, and Election Day will be held on May 11th.
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