Elections (Elecciones)


City of Round Rock Elections

The City of Round Rock holds annual general elections on the May uniform election date (first Saturday in May) each year.  Specific information regarding the most recent and any upcoming elections is below as well as historical results.

City Council members are elected for 3 year staggered terms.

Council term expiration dates:
May 2020: Mayor, Place 1 and Place 4
May 2021: Place 3 and Place 5
May 2022: Place 2 and Place 6 

Applications for a place on the ballot are accepted at Round Rock City Hall, 221 E. Main Street, Round Rock, Texas
Candidate packets can be downloaded below in the section for the current election or paper copies can be picked up at the City Clerk’s Office at the address above.

Per Section 5.02 of the Round Rock Charter, the requirements to file for a place on the ballot are as follows:
Sec. 5.02. – Filing for office.

(a)Eligibility to File. Each candidate for an elective City office shall meet the following qualifications:

(1)be a registered voter of the City;
(2)have resided for at least twelve (12) months preceding the election within the corporate limits of the City, including territory annexed prior to the filing deadline; and
(3)not be in arrears in the payment of any taxes or other liabilities due the City. “In arrears” is defined herein to mean that payment has not been received within ninety (90) days from due date.

(b)Additional restrictions. In addition to the foregoing qualifications, the following restrictions shall apply:

(1)An incumbent seeking reelection must file for the same Council Place number presently serving.
(2)No candidate may file for more than one office or Council Place number per election.
(3)No employee of the City shall continue in such employment after filing for an elective office of the City.
(4)No candidate shall be placed on the ballot unless his or her application is accompanied by either (1) a filing fee of two hundred-fifty dollars ($250), or (2) a petition signed by qualified voters residing in the City equal in the number to the greater of: (a) one hundred, or (b) one-half of one percent of the total votes received by all candidates for mayor in the most recent mayoral regular election. The signed petition shall be filed with the City Clerk, together with the candidate’s sworn application. Each signer next to his or her signature shall indicate the signer’s date of birth, date of signing, the signer’s printed name, and the street address of his or her place of residence, including the county of residence.

(Charter amendment approved by voters November 6, 1979; January 20, 1996; May 6, 2000; November 8, 2011; May 6, 2017)

Semi-Annual Campaign Finance Reports

May 2, 2020 General and Special Elections


**In response to COVID-19, Governor Abbott issued a proclamation on March 18, 2020 allowing political subdivisions that would otherwise hold elections on May 2, 2020 to move their general and special elections for 2020 to the next uniform election date occurring on November 3, 2020.  The Round Rock City Council will consider action on Thursday, April 9 to move the City of Round Rock General and Special Elections to November.  More information will be provided after that date.**

On Saturday, May 2, 2020, the City of Round Rock will be holding a General Election to election a Mayor, Councilmember Place 1, and Councilmember Place 4, as well as a Special Election for Charter Amendments.

Applications for a place on the ballot are accepted at Round Rock City Hall, 221 E. Main Street, Round Rock, Texas only during the filing period as prescribed by the Texas Election Code.
The filing period for the 2020 General Election has closed.

Candidate packets can be downloaded here or paper copies can be picked up at the City Clerk’s Office at the address above.



Listed in the order that applications are filed.  This is not a ballot order.


Place 1

Place 4

May 4, 2019 General Election


November 6, 2018 Special Local Option Election



May 5, 2018 General Election



Historical Election Results (1996 to present)

Please contact the City Clerk, Sara White at 512-218-5404 for election results prior to 1996.

Voter ID Requirements

Pursuant to State Law, voter ID is required when voting in the State of Texas. For detailed information on this law, please visit the Texas Secretary of State’s website.

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