Filing continues for city, school elections

Filing continues for the May 5 city and school elections. Four city council places and three school board positions are up for grabs.

There is now a race for Cameron’s Ward 4 seat.   Lekethia “Keke” Sims filed on Feb. 2 to face incumbent Ward 4 councilwoman Rose Mondrik. 

Kyle Nuttall and Kyle Deal will face off for the Ward 3 spot, which has been vacant since Robert Davis left the council in September of 2017.

Three incumbents have also filed to run - Mayor Connie Anderle and Ward 2 council member Robert Schiller.

Places open on the council are mayor, Ward 2, Ward 3 and Ward 4. 

Cameron ISD has three open spots on the CISD Board of Trustees. 

Incumbents Franci Denio and Greg Hoelscher have both filed for re-election.

The deadline to file for the May election is Feb. 16. Early voting begins in April. 

Anyone wishing to file for a City Council position can stop by City Hall at 100 South Houston Avenue and pick up information. Anyone wishing to file for CISD School Board can go by the Cameron ISD Administration Building at 304 E. 12th Street from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday to pick up the necessary paperwork.


In Milano incumbents Michael Andrews and Shawn Walton, along with newcomer Amanda Honeycutt have filed for the Milano School Board. John Yakesch’s term is also up for re-election.

No filings yet for the Milano City Council where the terms of Glenda Westbrook, Steve Honeycutt, Connie Seelke and Edward Lenz are expiring.