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Category: Election 2020

Your Online Newspaper for Canyon Lake, Texas

Local Election Coverage

My Canyon Lake created this Election page to help local residents stay informed about the 2020 election races in our area.


commissioners court
Over 75% of all registered voters showed up at the polls in Comal County on Nov. 3, according to election results certified by the county.
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Image by commons.wikiemedia.org.
Trump Train New Braunfels
Members of the New Braunfels Trump Train turned out to protest election results in downtown New Braunfels before driving up to Austin on Nov. 7. Image courtesy of Comal County Republican Party's Facebook page.
New Braunfels Trump Train
Members of Trump Train New Braunfels await the arrival of the Alamo Trump Train on Sunday. Facebook image.
Comal County Election Day Results
Unofficial results for the Nov. 3 General Election were posted to votecomal.com.
Trump Train rally
Texas Sen. Donna Campbell urges Trump Train members to pray for God's help in relecting President Donald Trump. She is one of many Republican elected officials who publicly support the Trump Train. Youtube image from New Braunfels Trump Train video.
polling pads
Image courtesy of Knowink.
New Braunfels City Manager Robert Camareno
New Braunfels City Manager Robert Camareno. Image courtesy of Radio New Braunfels.
Biden Bus
Wendy Davis, second from left, who is running for U.S. House of Representatives District 21, was one of several prominent Texas Democrats riding on the Biden Bus today when members of the Trump Train surrounded it, sparking safety concerns.
comal county republicans
Comal County Republicans rally for President Donald Trump outside their New Braunfels campaign headquarters on July 4. Facebook image.
Early voting at CRRC
Canyon Lake voters were greeted by jack-o-lanterns as they arrived for early voting on Wednesday.
election signs
High voter turnout continues in Comal and Guadalupe counties.
I voted stickers
High voter turnout continues in Comal and Guadalupe counties.
early voting button
High voter turnout continues in Comal and Guadalupe counties.
comal county democratic candidates
Democrat Stephanie Phillips, far right, thinks the 2020 General Election will prove historic for women candidates and especially women of color. L-r: Colette Nies, Democrat running for Comal County Commissioner Pct. 3, Lindsey Poisel, a Democrat running for Comal County Commissioner Pct. 1, Poisel's daughter and Phillips, who is running for Texas House District 73.
voetexas.gov
VoteTexas.gov, powered by Texas Secretary of State, provides daily statistics on early voting.
Early voting
Comal County residents line up to vote at the Community Resource and Recreation Center of Canyon Lake (CRRC) on Oct. 15.
Early voting in Comal County
Comal residents cast 10,574 votes as of 6 p.m. Wednesday. Image courtesy of Comal County.
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Image by movetexas.org.
Community Resource and Recreation Center of Canyon Lake
The polls have reopened for early voting at the Community Resource and Recreation Center of Canyon Lake (CRRC).
Colette Nies
early voting sign
Early voting for the Nov. 3 General Election begins Tuesday, Oct. 13.
Comal County Elections Coordinator Cynthia Jaqua
Comal County Elections Coordinator Cynthia Jaqua checks voting machines for logic and accuracy. Image courtesy of Comal County.
LWV-CA 2020 Voters Guide
The League of Women Voters of the Comal Area's Voters Guide is available online and also will appear as an insert in the Saturday editions of the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung and the Seguin Gazette.
Clerk Polling training
A group of concerned Comal County citizens will petition Commissioners Court to require county employees working in the Elections Office to wear face masks. Elections Coordinator Cynthia Jaqua, second from left, does not beieve in wearing face masks when training poll workers.
Comal County Clerk Bobbie Koepp
Comal County Clerk Bobbie Koepp said her office is doing everything it can to keep poll workers and voters safe during the 2020 General Election.
covid-19 mask
Poll workers training for the November election arrived Thursday to find a new Plexiglass barrier separating them from their instructor, Elections Coordinator Cynthia Jaqua, who refuses to wear a mask.
Texas Sen. Donna Campbell
Texas Sen. Donna Campbell says she never agreed to take part in a lawsuit filed against Texas Gov. Greg Abbott on early voting.
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Comal County Elections Coordinator Cynthia Jaqua tells poll workers who show up for training that she isn't required to wear a mask because she's social-distancing. File image.
league of women voters comal
League of Women Voters of the Comal Area joined members of 34 other local Texas leagues to celebrate the centennial of LWV of Texas in San Antonio last October.
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