Austin City Council

December 2014 Run-off Voting/Election Information


Westcreek is in City Council District 8 (more info. below)

Don’t forget to vote and give SW Austin a voice


Travis County Clerk’s website (Run-off Election Day Voting information)

Polling Locations*

* You may vote at any polling location where you see a “Vote Here” sign. You do not have to go to a designated location to vote.  Vote anywhere that is convenient to you during early voting or on election day.
Remember: Photo ID required to vote


Run-off Election Day Voting (Tuesday, December 16 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.)

A Few Election Day Voting locations near Westcreek:

  • Randall’s @ Wm Cannon & Mopac
  • Randall’s @ Brodie & Slaughter
  • Western Hills Church of Christ, 6211 Parkwood Drive
  • Will Hampton Branch Library, 5125 Convict Hill Road







District 8 Runoff video conversation runoff between Ed Scruggs & Ellen Troxclair (KLRU)


The Westcreek Neighborhood Association, (WNA) is not endorsing particular candidates. For the convenience of our Westcreek residents, our website contains information and links that may be useful in helping our residents make informed decisions related to the election of a new Austin Mayor and a District 8 City Council representative:

November 4 Election Results Ended up in a Run-off between:

•      Ed Scruggs

•      Ellen Troxclair



September 10, 2014         OHAN District 8 Forum                        

Hosted by The Oak Hill Association of Neighborhoods (OHAN), held at the Southwest Family Fellowship Auditorium. Summary provided at <Oak Hill Gazette OHAN District 8 Candidate Forum >


September 16, 2014         City of Austin / League of Women Voters District 8 Forum

Sponsored by the City of Austin Ethics Review Commission and moderated by the League of Women’s voters, held at Austin Community College on Stassney Lane. Video provided at < Video of District 8 Forum>


September 29, 2014         Ballot BoxingDistrict 8 Forum

Hosted by the Austin Monitor, KUT News, KXAN and Univision at the Alamo Drafthouse Slaughter Lane. Video (courtesy of KXAN) and summary provided by the Austin Monitor can be found at <Ballot Boxing District 8 Forum>


October 7, 2014     Shepherd of the Hills Presbyterian Church District 8 Forum

Hosted by the Shepherd of the Hills Presbyterian Church at 5226 W. William Cannon Blvd from 7-9 p.m.






November 4 Election Results Ended up in a Run-off between:

  • Steve Adler
  • Mike Martinez

August 27, 2014           Civic Summit: Mayoral Candidate Forum

Sponsored by KLRU and the Austin Urban Land Institute and moderated by Jennifer Stayton, the host of Morning Edition on KUT 90.5, Austin’s NPR station. Video provided at <Civic Summit: Mayoral Candidate Forum>


September 29, 2014     TexasVOX: The Voice of Public Citizen in Texas Mayoral Candidate Forum and Questionnaire on Austin Energy Issues

Hosted by a group of non-profit organizations, including Public Citizen the forum and questionnaire were specifically focused on issues regarding Austin Energy, the nation’s 8th largest publicly owned electric utility which serves more than 1 million residents in Greater Austin. Video and links to completed candidate questionnaires are available at: <TexasVox Mayoral Forum on Austin Energy>


September 3, 2014       AARP TX Austin Mayoral Candidate Forum

Hosted by the United Way for Greater Austin, held at the newly renovated Alamo Drafthouse on South Lamar, and moderated by Catherine Morse, general counsel and director of public affairs at Samsung and chair of the United Way. This debate focused on growth and opportunity barriers faced by Austin residents. Video at: < AARP TX Austin Mayoral Candidate Forum>


October 22, 2014

Austin Mayoral Candidate Forum Southwest Family Fellowship Auditorium, 8203 West Hwy 71 @ 7:00 pm.  Hosted by the Oak Hill Association of Neighborhoods

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Westcreek in District 8 – New Austin City Council 10-1 District Map

The Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission (ICRC) has finalized the 10-1 Single District Austin map showing Westcreek in District 8.

The Oak Hill Association of Neighborhoods (OHAN), which the Westcreek Neighborhood Association is a member of, and several other SW neighbors had to really push to keep Oak Hill in the same district on the map. We are thankful for their efforts.

What this means is that in the November 2014 election for city council, residents will vote on ONE district representative PLUS the Mayor. Candidates for council must live in their district. After that point, we will have a single person on council to go to with concerns about city matters in SW Austin.

Map at:

Info at:

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