City election set for Tuesday, Nov. 3

Voters may vote at any polling location in county they are registered; early voting is under way through Oct. 30

The City of Round Rock will hold general and special elections on Tuesday, Nov. 3. Important information regarding the election can be found below, and in more detail, on the City’s election webpage at roundrocktexas.gov/elections.

The early voting period will be Tuesday, Oct. 13, through Friday, Oct. 30. The last day to apply for ballot-by-mail for your county is Oct. 16 in person, or Oct. 23 by mail (applications must be received by this date, not merely postmarked). Contact Williamson County Elections or Travis County Elections for more details.

Early Voting Polling Locations

Election Day Polling Locations

 

General Election Candidates

The following individuals will be listed in the following order on the General Election ballot:

Mayor:

  • Craig Morgan

City Council Place 1:

  • Michelle Ly
  • Tina Steiner

City Council Place 4:

  • Frank Ortega
  • Will Peckham

Special Election Propositions

View the ballot language below for each proposition or view in detail the Proposed Charter Amendments with redline changes (Español). 

Update: Voters can review the Official Report from the Charter Review Commission to the City Council for more information on Propositions A through E, including arguments in favor of and in opposition to those amendments. You can watch the City Council discussions on Propositions F and G from its Dec. 5, 2019, meeting (forward to 2:05:35 in the video timeline), its Dec. 17, 2019 meeting (forward to 14:35 in the video timeline) and Dec. 19, 2019, meeting.

Proposition A

Amendment to Sec. 14.04 of the Home Rule Charter of the City of Round Rock, Texas changing the conflict of interest regulations to follow Chapter 171 of the Texas Local Government Code.

Proposition B

Amendment to Sec. 14.08(a)(3) of the Home Rule Charter of the City of Round Rock, Texas to clarify the prohibitions against city officials and candidates requesting or accepting political contributions from city employees.

Proposition C

Amendment to Sec. 14.08(a)(4) of the Home Rule Charter of the City of Round Rock, Texas to prohibit city employees from contributing funds to a political action committee for use in a city election.

Proposition D

Amendment to Sec. 3.01 of the Home Rule Charter of the City of Round Rock, Texas to delete the second paragraph related to the transition from two-year terms to three-year terms.

Proposition E

Amendment to the Home Rule Charter of the City of Round Rock, Texas to repeal Sec. 14.10 regarding the submission of the original charter to the voters in 1977.

Proposition F

Amendment to the Home Rule Charter of the City of Round Rock, Texas to clarify in Sec. 3.08(c) the prohibitions against interference with Administration.

Proposition G

Amendment to the Home Rule Charter of the City of Round Rock, Texas to clarify in Sec. 3.17 the City Manager’s authority to designate assistant(s) for the Mayor and City Council.

 

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