Sulphur Springs City Council Remains Unchanged After Election

May 6, 2024 – Most of the focus for the May 4th elections was on school bonds, but three seats on the Sulphur Springs City Council were on a separate ballot over at City Hall. Two seats were unopposed, with Jay Julian and Harold Nash, Sr. being reelected to their seats without opposition. Place 3 had incumbent Oscar Aguilar fending off challenger Seth McDaniel with Aguilar receiving 65.6% of the 250 votes cast in the low turnout election. Julian, Nash, and Aguilar will retain their seats on the council once the full council has a chance to officially canvas the votes at their next meeting.

Author: Chad Young

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