LWV of Hays County to Host Candidate Forums

LWV of Hays County to Host Candidate Forums

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Hays County, TX –– The League of Women Voters of Hays County will hold 6 virtual candidate forums for Hays County positions. In addition to the city and county races, there will be a forum for the Texas House 45 candidates. You may watch the forums in a live webinar with the candidates or from recordings on the Hays County League website: lwvhaysco.com posted within 48 hours following the event. Space is somewhat limited in the Webinars so pre-register promptly to each event by copying the links from the schedule table below and pasting or typing them into a web browser. Once you have registered, you will receive a confirmation email with access links to the event. The forum schedule will also be on the lwvhaysco.com site and the Hays League of Women Voters’ Facebook page. Mark your calendars. 

Modeled on previous LWV Hays County face-to-face election events, candidates will be asked questions prepared by the League of Women Voters with input gathered in advance from the community. You may submit questions up to one week in advance of the event date to lwvhaysco [at] gmail.com. Please put the RACE and the word “QUESTIONS” in the subject line (ex.: Constables Forum Questions). Or use our form at http://bit.ly/Q4Candidates.

Schedule: All forums will begin at 7:00 CST on the following dates. To virtually attend a live virtual event, use the bit.ly links in the schedule below to pre-register. You may view completed events, recorded, within 48 hours of each forum at www.lwvhaysco.com on the Forum Recordings page (under the Resources tab).

(Note: If the bit.ly link does not work for you, try an alternate browser.) 

September 22 

Registration required

Question deadline: Sept 15


September 24 

Registration required

Question deadline: Sept 17


September 29 

Registration required

Question Deadline: Sept 22


Wimberley ISD Place 6 (candidates will submit 1-min statements since only one can attend in person)

Woodcreek City Council 1 year term

Woodcreek City Council 2 year term

Woodcreek City Council 2 year term

Woodcreek City Council 2 year term

District Judge #453

County Court of Law

Tax Assessor

Hays County Commissioner #3 (Wimberley)

Constable Pct#1 SM

Constable Pct#2 Kyle

Constable Pct#3 Wimberley

October 1 

Registration required

Question deadline Sept 24


October 6 

Registration required

Question deadline Sept 29


October 8 

Registration required

Question deadline Oct 1


Dripping Springs ISD Board of Trustees

County Sheriff 

House District 45


San Marcos Mayor

SM City Council Place 3

SM City Council Place 4

SM City Council Place 5

SM CISD Place 2

Candidate information will be available on VOTE411.org from Sept 20th and updated as available. 

The League of Women Voters of Hays County works to register voter and provide them with election information through voter guides as well as candidate forums and debates. Every year we host Debates or Forums across the county to introduce our community to the candidates running for office This year we are forced to take a different approach, reaching out virtually. We hope that you will be able to join us again, even though we can’t see your faces.


~Linda Calvert, President Hays County League of Women Voters.

About the League of Women Voters of Hays County

The League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization, encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.

To view the entire ballot for Hays County Voters, go to the Vote411 – Voter Self-Education page (under the Resources tab) and click on the button in the section headed 2020 Hays County Certified Ballot (Fall General Election).

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