Central Texas Groundwater Conservation District
P.O. Box 870
225 S. Pierce, Suite 104
Burnet, Texas 78611
Paul King – At- Large
Kathy Griffis-Bailey – Precinct 1 – Secretary/Treasurer
Ryan Rowney – Precinct 2 – President
Homer Will – Precinct 3
Ricky Bindseil – Precinct 4 – Vice President
Date & Location of Next Election:
November 2024 General Election
Precinct 1 & Precinct 3 Positions
Elections for directors of the District are conducted on the November uniform election date in even-numbered years. Accordingly, the next General Election for members of the Board of Directors of the District shall be conducted on the Uniform Election Date in November 2024.
The elections shall be conducted at the polling places established by Burnet County to serve the county’s regular election precincts within the District, as required by Sections 42.0621 and 43.004 of the Texas Election Code. Detailed locations will be posted when received by the District from the Burnet County Elections Administrator.
Detailed date and location will be posted when received by the District from the Secretary of State and the Burnet County Elections Administrator.
Requirements & Deadline for Filing for Candidacy
Section 8810.052(a) of the Texas Special District Local Laws Code provides that one director shall be elected by the voters of the entire district, and one director shall be elected from each county commissioner’s precinct by the voters of that precinct.
Section 8810.052(c) of the Texas Special District Local Laws Code requires that to be eligible to be a candidate for or to serve as director at large, a person must be a registered voter in the district. To be a candidate for or to serve as director from a county commissioner’s precinct, a person must be a registered voter of that precinct.
Moreover, to be qualified to serve as a director, Section 141.001 of the Texas Election Code requires that a person be at least 18 years old, a United States citizen, a resident of the State of Texas for 12 months, and a resident of the district for 6 months prior to the regular candidate filing deadline (78 days before election day), not totally or partially mentally incapacitated, and not a convicted felon, unless pardoned or otherwise released from the resulting disabilities.
Detailed requirements and deadline for filing for candidacy will be posted when deadline received by the District from the Secretary of State.