When it comes to the 2020 Austin City Council election set for November 3, 2020, voters can examine the actual performance of the four incumbents seeking reelection. But what of the other 16 candidates whose names are the ballot to fill five seats on the dais? None have held elective office.
The Austin Bulldog obtained records from voter registrars in Travis and Williamson counties that provide the voting history of each of the candidates running for election or reelection to the city council.
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