The next City Council elections will take place on May 2, 2020. In even years, Kerrville voters elect a Mayor as well as Place 3 and Place 4 representatives. Early voting begins on April 20.
The current mayor is Bill Blackburn, and he is seeking re-election. Mr. Blackburn was elected in 2018, defeating incumbent Bonnie White. Challenging Mr. Blackburn is David Barker, a Comanche Trace resident with experience on a Kerrville 2050 plan subcommittee.
Place 3 is currently held by Judy Eychner. She was elected to her first term in 2018, and is seeking re-election. Mrs. Eychner has been challenged by Roman Garcia, son of Mario Garcia, a candidate in 2019 that was defeated by Kim Clarkson. Roman Garcia has served on the Youth Advisory Board.
Place 4 is currently held by Delayne Sigerman. She ran unopposed in 2018 and was elected to her first term. She is seeking re-election. Mrs. Sigerman is challenged by Brenda Hughes. Hughes and her husband own and operate Buzzie’s BBQ in Kerrville. Mrs. Hughes has served on the Food Advisory Board.