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Hasty wants to keep Bandera, Bandera

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  • Hasty wants to keep Bandera, Bandera
    Darcy Hasty

I am proud to announce my candidacy for Bandera City Council this year.

I have been a proud member of the Bandera community for over five years. In those five years, I have volunteered hundreds and hundreds of hands-on hours to help the people of Bandera County.

I am a proud member of the Bandera Lions Club and have been since its inception three years ago. I currently serve as its vice president. I am the president of the Hill Country Young Republicans, a precinct chair with the Republican Party, and I have served as an election judge.

I serve as a deputy voter registrar for both Bandera and Medina Counties, and I serve as the secretary of the Bandera Republican Women.

I am proud to say that I am the only candidate to be endorsed by the Bandera Republican Party.

I am a graduate of Center Point High School, just 25 minutes down the road and have attended both Howard Payne and American Public universities.

I knew that Bandera was home when I first saw my cute little house on 14th St. and began to meet the amazing people of Bandera.

I never plan to leave this great city, and I would appreciate your vote for Bandera City Council to help keep Bandera, Bandera!

Editor’s note: This is an election announcement that all candidates for Bandera city office have been given an opportunity to run in the Bandera Bulletin. The general election is Nov. 3.