More Candidates File to Run for City and School Board


SAN ANGELO, TX – Two more San Angeloans filed to run for city government on Thursday, the day before the final day to file.

According to the City of San Angelo's Public Information Office, on Feb. 11, Dietrick Tillis and Cie Rangel filed to run for seats on the council.

Tillis will run against Brenda Gunter in the Mayoral race. Also in this fight will be Silvara Lawson.

Rangel, just like Tillis, will join a race with multiple candidates. In Single Member District 2 the incumbent, Tom Thompson, has filed along with Mercedes Dela Cruz. 

Another seat up for grabs is Single Member District 6 currently held by Bille DeWitt. As of now her only opponent will be Larry Miller.

The final seat available to be taken is out of Single Member District 4. Lucy Gonzales, the incumbent, so far is the only person that has filed to run.

During this year's school board election four seats are up for grabs. So far only Debbie Cross has filed to run. She is running for school board member in District 3 against incumbent trustee Dr. Taylor Kingman. For more on Cross' Campaign see: Keep Robert E. Lee Middle School Leader is Running for School Board

San Angelo LIVE! has also received information that Art Hernandez will not be running again for District 2. 

The final day to file for the May 1 election is today, Feb. 12, at 5 p.m. The city announced earlier today that city offices will be closed until noon.

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