Corpus Christi, Texas municipal elections, 2014
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Incumbents are running for reelection in the mayoral and at-large races and in districts 1, 4 and 5. These include Mayor Nelda Martinez, at large representatives Lillian Riojas and Mark Scott, District 1 representative Kelley Allen, District 4 representative, Colleen McIntyre and District 5 representative Rudy Garza.
Garza is running unopposed in District 5. Districts 2 and 3 are open seats.
Jobs and urban infrastructure are some of the key issues shaping Corpus Christi's 2014 election cycle.
Note: Three at-large seats are up for election.
- Chad Magill
- Reynaldo “Ray” Madrigal
- Lillian Riojas - Incumbent Riojas was first elected in 2012.
- Mark Scott - Incumbent Scott was first elected in 2012.
- Margareta Fratila
- Gil Hernandez
- Carrie Robertson Meyer
- John Garcia
- Kelley Allen - Incumbent Allen was first elected in 2012.
- Carolyn Vaughn
- Frank F. Schlegel
- Tom Watson
Note: Incumbent Chad Magill is running for an at-large council seat.
Note: Incumbent Priscilla Leal is not running for re-election.
- Rudy Garza, Jr. - Incumbent Garza was first elected in 2012.
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- City of Corpus Christi - Official 2014 Candidate List
- United States Conference of Mayors - Elections in 2014