With early voting wrapped up, Election Day will be Saturday as local residents go to the poles to make decisions in both the Jasper Municipal Election and the Jasper Independent School District.

Officials at the Jasper City Hall said 540 people voted in the early voting period and workers at the Jasper Independent School District said 834 people voted early there.


Randy Sayers (Former Mayor)

Rashad Lewis (Former District 1 Councilman)

Bowe Limbrick (New to politics) *Write-in candidate


District 1 Council Seat

Anderson Land (Incumbent)

Ronzie Scranton Lewis (Wife of Mayoral candidate Rashad Lewis)

District 2 Council Seat

Michael Daniels


Bond Proposal

$18.5 million bond proposal for campus improvements

JISD Board

Van Cammack (Incumbent)

Brianna Brooks

Bruce Bevil

*The top two vote receivers will either gain or retain a seat


Election Day is Saturday, May 1st, and the polls will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Ballots in both the Municipal and JISD Elections can be cast at the following locations:

~ Mount Olive Baptist Church, 1942 North Main Street (If you live in District 1 in the city limits of Jasper)

~ Parnell Elementary, 151 Park Street (If you live in District 2 in the city limits of Jasper)

~ City of Jasper, 465 South Main Street (If you live in District 3 in the city limits of Jasper, or, if you live outside the city limits of Jasper, but within the boundaries of Jasper ISD)

~ Jasper High School, 400 Bulldog Avenue (If you live in District 4 in the city limits of Jasper)


KJAS News will go on the air when the polls close at 7:00 p.m. and we’ll provide updates until the last votes are counted. Our coverage is sponsored by Morian & Kahla, Attorneys at Law in Jasper. We will also post results on our kjas.com website.

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