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Posted on: November 7, 2023

Results of HSB’s Mayor and Council Elections

Results of HSB’s Mayor and Council Elections
The unofficial results of the City of Horseshoe Bay’s General Election have been released by the Llano and Burnet County Election Administrators. Based on the unofficial results, Elsie Thurman has been elected Mayor, and Jeffery D. Jones and Frank Hosea have been elected as Council Members. The unofficial tallies are listed below (as shown on the ballot). The official election results will be canvassed at the November 14th City Council meeting, at which time the Mayor and Council Members will be sworn into office.
Mayor Total
% of Votes
Elsie Thurman 1,427 61%
Donald Beeman 894 39%
Council Member Total
% of Votes
Jeffery D. Jones 1,130 36%
Frank Hosea 1,062 34%
Larry W. Morgan 905 29%

The county election reports may be found on their respective websites, listed below:
Llano County Election Administration –
Burnet County Election Administration –
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