Three incumbents running for re-election to retain Canyon Lake City Council seats face no opposition

Canyon Lake City Council incumbents Jennifer Dain, Kasey Castillo, and Jeremy Smith are running unopposed. Photo by Canyon Lake Insider.

The three incumbents running for re-election to retain their seats on the Canyon Lake City Council are unopposed and face no opposition for the November 8 General Election. The nomination period closed on August 12. 

Jeremy Smith and Kasey Castillo will serve another four-year term. Jennifer Dain will serve another two-year term.

With 40.52 percent of the votes, Smith, who is currently serving as the city’s mayor, was elected to the city council in 2018. The council appointed him mayor pro tem in 2020 and mayor in 2021.

A resident since 2012, Castillo was elected to the city council in 2018. The council appointed her mayor pro tem in 2019 and mayor in 2020.

A resident since 2016, Dain was appointed to the council in June 2021 when Councilman Jordan Ehrenkranz unexpectedly passed away. She was appointed to fill the seat until the 2022 General Election, which is when Ehrenkranz’s four-year term would have expired.

The Canyon Lake City Council consists of a five-member, non-partisan board, elected at large by the citizens of Canyon Lake. The council is responsible for formulating the policies for the city and approving the major actions through which the municipal functions are conducted.


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