Early voting began Monday in the mayoral, Glen Rose City Council and Glen Rose ISD board of trustees elections.

Voter may cast early ballots runs through next Tuesday, May 10, excluding the weekend. For the city elections, the early polling place is Town Hall, which will offer early voting from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. through this Friday, and from 8 a.m to 8 p.m. Monday and Tuesday.

For the school board election, early voting will be held at the GRISD Administration Building on U.S. Highway 67 in front of Glen Rose High School. Voting hours are from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., excluding the weekend.

For the general election on May 14, both the city and school elections will be combined into one polling place at Town Hall. Voting hours on election day are 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

The candidates appearing on the ballot are:

Glen Rose Mayor

Lila Carter

Jean King

Glen Rose City Council (two at-large seats expiring)

Chris Bryant (incumbent)

Dennis Moore

Bob Stricklin (incumbent)

City Council Special Election (to fill the remaining term for former council member Barbara Mitchell’s position following her resignation last fall)

Tom Osborn (who was appointed to fill the position until the election)

Sandra Ramsay

Glen Rose ISD board of trustees (three at-large seats expiring)

Marilyn Phillips (incumbent)

Kelley Snodgrass (incumbent)

Andy Snow (incumbent)

Rick Villa

The Reporter planned to profile the council and school board candidates in this week’s edition, but too many of the candidates had scheduling conflicts. The profiles will appear in next week’s print edition and on the Web site, www.theglenrosereporter.com.