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Hutto, TX – The Mayor’s Forum, hosted by the Hutto Area Chamber of Commerce, took place EWCHEC this evening

and was streamed live via Facebook.


Candidates had the opportunity to introduce themselves at the beginning of the forum.

Each were asked three questions about how they plan to improve Hutto.


Here’s what they had to say:


Doug Gaul, Hutto Mayor up for re-election, said infrastructure, future growth/fiscal responsibility, quality of life.

Dan Carlson, for Place 4, said tax revenues, city infrastructure, and public safety side.

Shawn Lucas, for Place 6, said financial results, strong leadership, and supporting small businesses.

Terri Grimm, for Place 6, public safety, community, and people.  

Peter Gordon, for Place 4, said communication from city level, balance growth, and improve relationship with city council and boards within city.


Mike Snyder, for Place 3, said social media presence, integrity, and nepotism.

Nicole Calderone, campaigning for Mayor, said nurture partnerships, news in Hutto, and finding positive solutions.

Tanner Rose, for Place 6, said fiscal responsibility, business growth, and infrastructure.

Nate Killough, for Place 4, said infrastructure, public safety, and unification of the community.

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