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Voters to decide on city, school races

Thorndale residents will decide who they want to represent them on City Council on May 4.

Four people will be running for three spots on the council.

Steven Zuehlke, Shanta Kuhl, Wayne Green, and Sam Pickett will be on the ballot for three spots.

Terms expiring this time are: Steven Zuehlke, Marla Davis and Wayne Green.

Early voting begins April 22 and will run through April 30 at the Thorndale ISD Board Room from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

Election Day is May 4 at the Thorndale Senior Citizen Center.

There will also be an election for school board on the ballot.

Two at-large seats will go to Ann Glenn and Adam Fisher with no other contestants. There will be a race for a one-year unexpired term between Chad Martinka and Taylor Rowe.

TISD voters will also decide on a $34.5 million bond issue that could bring a new high school facility and renovations to the district’s current facilities.

The proposed project would fund a new high school building on land that was purchased last year with new classrooms, cafeteria, ag facility and barn along with other career and technology facilities, band hall and new field house.

The bond will also fund changes to the middle and elementary schools.

For more information on the bond issue you can visit or email


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