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Valerie Jean Riedel
Thirty-eight-year-old New Braunfels resident Valerie Jean Riedel faces misdemeanor criminal mischief charges for allegedly bashing in the door of Comal County Democratic Party headquarters on Tuesday.
vandalized door
Comal County Democratic Party headquarters in New Braunfels was vandalized overnight by this woman, who tried to smash the front door by hitting it twice with a shovel. Security camera image courtesy of Comal County Democratic Party.
Jerrie and her dog
Jerrie Champlin, president of the League of Women Voters-Comal Area, says there are many things residents can do to defend democracy and prepare for March primary elections.
Sen. Donna Campbell
Canyon Lake's Texas state Sen. Donna Campbell walked in the Canyon Lake Noon Lions Parade in Sattler on Saturday.
Ashley Evans will run against Mike Britt for Pct. 4 Justice of the Peace in the March 2022 Republican primary. From left: Joey Evans, eight-year-old Bailey Evans, Ashley Evans, and six-year-old Westin Evans.
Sen. Donna Campbell
Emergency room physician Donna Campbell will seek reelection to Texas Senate District 25. Earlier this month she attended the America First Gala as a guest of the America First Policy Institute. The event was hosted by former President Donald Trump at his Mar-a-Lago home in Florida.
Jen Crownover
Comal County Commissioner Jen Crownover made her candidacy official Wednesday at Republican Party headquarters in New Braunfels.
jennifer saunders
Comal County Pct. 4 Justice of the Peace Jennifer Saunders, third from left, said she will not seek reelection. She shared her experience at Mountain Vallley Elementary's Career Day on May 21, 2019, along with Pct. 4 Constable Shane Rapp, fourth from left, and Pct. 4 Commissioner Jen Crownover, fifth from left. Facebook image.
Group in restaurant
New Braunfels for Beto, a group of Comal County citizens who have backed Beto O'Rourke through two previous elections, celebrated his announcement that he will run as the Democratic candidate for Texas governor at the Faust Hotel on Wednesday. From left: John Porter, founder of Beto for New Braunfels; Jason Gillett, Comal County Democratic Party deputy chair and Pct. 105 chair; Sheila Pattison; Leigh Brown, Democratic Party Pct. 300 chair; Lynn Silver, Pct. 301 Democratic Party chair; and Joe Lopez, treasurer of the New Braunfels chapter of the League of United Latin American Citizens.
Mike Britt Family
Mike Britt is running as a candidate for Comal County Pct. 4 Justice of the Peace. From left: Britt, wife Donna and 13-year-old Kynadi.
Canyon Lake High School
If approved, Proposition C would finance a baseball/softball practice facility, baseball/softball/football II practice artificial turf, a golf practice facility and a new dance and practice facility for Canyon Lake High School. Proposition D would pay to expand stadium capacity to 5,000 seats and pay for a press box and ticketing. Image of Canyon Lake High School courtesy of Comal ISD.
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Early voting
Friday is the last day for early voting in the Nov. 2 Constitutional Amendment Election, General and Special Election. Canyon Lake residents can vote anywhere in the county, although the closest polling location is at St. Francis by the Lake Episcopal Church.
Kyle Biedermann
Rep. Kyle Biedermann represents Canyon Lake in Texas House District 73. Facebook image.
early voting
Registered voters in Comal County can cast their ballots at any of eight polling locations -- now called Vote Centers -- during the early voting period, which ends Oct. 29.
Rural Comal County
Rural Comal County. Image courtesy of Comal County Conservation Alliance.
Kyle Biedermann
Texas State Rep. Kyle Biedermann, R-73, represents Canyon Lake. Facebook image.
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texas capitol
The state capitol building in Austin, Texas. Photo courtesy of CrackerClips Stock Media/Shutterstock
comal county courthoue
Comal County's historic courthouse in New Braunfels.
league of women votrs of the comal area
League of Women Voters of the Comal Area provides voter-registration information at a Comal ISD Employee Convocation at Davenport High School Tuesday. The group works to encourage citizen participation in government.