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Killeen City Council District 4 runoff election set for June 12

The runoff is being held to break the tie between Steve Harris and Michael Boyd.

KILLEEN, Texas — The video above first aired May 16.

The City of Killeen has set the date for the runoff election for the District 4 city council seat between incumbent Steve Harris and challenger Michael Boyd. 

Election Day for District 4 voters has been set for Saturday, June 12. The early voting period is set for June 1-8. 

The runoff election comes after Harris and Boyd tied with 181 votes each following the regular election on May 1. A recount confirmed the two were tied, leading the council to set a runoff election.

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Voting hours on June 2-7 will be from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The first and last days of early voting, June 1 and June 8 will have extended hours from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. 

Voters may cast ballots at either of the two early voting locations, which are:

  • Killeen City Hall, 101 N. College Street
  • Lions Club Park Senior Center, 1700-A E. Stan Schlueter Loop

On Election Day, District 4 voters can cast their ballots at these precinct polling locations:

  • Precinct 404 - Fire Station #7, 3701 Watercrest Rd.
  • Precinct 405 - Shoemaker High School (small gym), 3302 Clear Creek Rd.
  • Precincts 401, 402, 412, 413 - Fire Station #9, 5400 Bunny Trail