SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) – Most of the evening, it appeared Cibolo Mayor Stosh Boyle would end up in a runoff, but when the final precincts came in, Boyle ended up with 3 votes over 50 percent. That was enough to give him the win without a runoff.
Boyle survived an attempt to remove him from office this summer after he was arrested for allegedly lying on his application for re-election when he swore that he had never been convicted of a felony.
Boyle was convicted of drug charges in 1998 when he was 21 years old. The Cibolo City Council held a hearing in August amid calls for Boyle’s resignation, but the council failed to get enough votes to remove him from office.
Boyle managed to fight off two challengers in Tuesday’s election–Kara Latimer and Glenda Henry.
In Schertz, councilman Ralph Gutierrez is moving up to the mayor’s office after Tuesday’s election. Windcrest Mayor Dan Reese defeated challenger Alan Baxter.
In Castle Hills, Joe Izbrand, associate vice president of communications and marketing at UTSA, defeated Bernard Juettemeyer to win the Place 1 Alderman’s seat vacated by Clyde “Skip” McCormick who recently resigned citing health reasons.
“What we have heard from the voters is that they expect civility, respectfulness, and a focus on the common good in Castle Hills,” Izbrand told KTSA News.
Two former Castle Hills council members were arrested on criminal charges, but the Bexar County District Attorney’s Office has dismissed those cases.
“My focus will be on finding common ground to focus on important issues to keep Castle Hills moving forward,” said Izbrand.
Attorney Kurt May won the Place 3 Alderman’s seat. He’ll replace Sylvia Gonzalez who was recently ousted because she was incorrectly sworn into office.
For more results from Tuesday’s elections, visit the Bexar County Elections Department website.