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Staples, Texas

Staples is located in Texas
Country United States
State Texas
County Guadalupe
Incorporated 2008
Population (2000)
 • Total 350

Staples is a city in northeastern Guadalupe County, Texas, United States. In an election held on May 10, 2008, its residents voted to incorporate the community as a city. A total of 125 votes were cast with 87 (69.6%) in favor of incorporation and 38 (30.4%) against.[1][2] The population is approximately 220[3] and it is part of the San Antonio Metropolitan Statistical Area.

The city held its first municipal election on November 4, 2008. Eddie Daffern, an organizer of the incorporation effort, was elected unopposed as Mayor. A total of seven candidates ran for the five Alderman positions.[4] Those elected include Carol Wester, who received 70 votes, followed by Ronnie Clark with 67 votes, Bert "Bubba" Reinke and William A. York – both winning 52 votes, and Shaun Seale with 40.[5]

As of 2000, Staples boasted a population of 350, containing a barber shop, two beauty shops, and a cafe.[6]



Students living in Staples are zoned to schools in the San Marcos Consolidated Independent School District.

External links

  • The Official Web Site of the City of Staples, Texas
  • History of Staples, Texas
  • : Geographic Names Information System


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