City and school board elections will be held 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturday, May 10.
On the Graford Independent School District ballot for the Board of Trustees are three names for two positions — Jon Altum, Eddie Laney and Rowdy Glover.
For city council, Mayor Carl Walston is unopposed while Eddie Nowak, Ashley Altum and Wes Bloxham are vying for the two seats up for election.
Voters can cast ballots at the Graford Lions Club on Main Street. Possum Kingdom Lake voters can go to the PK Lions Club ay 142 La Villa Road.
In Mineral Wells, the election will be to determine if voters will support a proposal to set aside one-eighth cent of sales tax revenue to support the renovation of the Baker Hotel.
Balloting will be at the County Courthouse Annex — the Poston Building — on North Oak.
In Strawn, five candidates are looking to be elected to the Strawn ISD Board of Trustees. The candidates vying for the three positions are Shiela Flores, Jeff Hopkins, Mindy Hodgkins, Nancy Mallory and Jim Pollock.
For the Strawn City Council, Tye Jackson, incumbent, and Bill Hetrick are candidates for mayor; while incumbents Jeff Greenwood and Shirley Lindsay are being challenged by Randy Johnson for one of the two alderman at large seats.
Voting in Strawn will be at city hall, 109 Housley St.
Brett Trigg, Amelia Swift, David Cherry and Melissa Mahan are candidates for the three Gordon ISD Board of Trustees positions up for election.


For Gordon’s City Council, Pat Sublett and Jack Coleman are seeking the mayor’s position. The two city council positions are being sought by Morgan Clark, Jon Rice, W.E. Hopper, Freddie Boyd and Ricky Speer.
There is also a special election to fill two one-year alderman positions. Kerrie K. Fambro, Cheryl M. Thiebaud, David Johnson and Sherry A. Pierce are candidates..
Voting for the Gordon election will be at the Gordon ISD library.