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Your Vote Matters

Voting is a privilege and an honor the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce takes seriously. Your vote is your opportunity to play a role in the political process and ultimately the direction of our country. We encourage all residents to participate in their local, state and national elections, every step of the way. Use this page as a resource for upcoming election information.  

2023 Important Dates

Tuesday, May 2 – Last day of early voting
Saturday, May 6 – Election Day

The Chamber does not endorse candidates for office at the local, state, or federal levels. The Chamber works hard to provide nonpartisan information to our members about upcoming. We do engage in issue-based advocacy through policy development and official action of our board. This is most effective when we maintain strong & healthy relationships with all of our elected leaders

New Braunfels ballot measures 

Open position 



  • Michael French 

  • George Green 

  • Neal Linnartz 

  • Edward Martinez Jr. 

City council district 5

  • Mary Ann Labowski 

  • Bentley Cain Perez 

City council district 6

  • James Blakey** 

  • Peter James Dillon 

  • April Ryan 

  • Steven Voges 

NBISD single member district 2

  • Nancy York** 

NBISD single member district 4

  • Jackie Sanders

  • John Tucker** 

NBISD trustee at-large


  • Falon Cochran 

  • Kimberly Goodwin 

  • Bill Lewis 

CISD single member district 3

  • Jason York** 

CISD single member district 4

  • Russel Garner** 

  • Garrison Mauer 

** indicates incumbent 

Bond elections 


City of New Braunfels

  • Proposition A ($99m) 

  • Expected to include 8 major transportation projects 

  • Proposition B ($12m) 

  • Mission Hills park phase 2 

  • Proposition C ($28.5m) 

  • Southeast library branch, expected to include 23,250-square foot building 


Total $140 million without tax rate impact 

Comal ISD 


  • Proposition A (~$560m) 

  • New facilities 

  • 3 elementary campuses 

  • 1 middle campus 

  • Life Bridges campus 

  • Safety and security 

  • Buses 

  • Land for future growth 

  • Existing facilities and improvements 

  • Proposition B (~$46m) 

  • Bleacher replacement at Canyon Lake HS 

  • Bleacher expansion and field house at Davenport HS 

  • Proposition C (~$28m) 

  • Student technology and infrastructure 


Total ~$634 million, not expected to raise taxes 

Ballot information for other counties can be found here.

Voting Info

Am I registered to vote?

Register to vote

What precinct am I in?

Maps of County precincts

Acceptable forms of ID

Who represents me?

For more voting information please call 830-221-1352 or visit the Comal County Elections Office website.