Election/Elección

2018 General Election

During the October 17, 2016, Regular City Council meeting, Councilmembers voted 4-3 to approve a resolution that will move the City's general's elections from May to November.  The adopted resolution in full may be viewed here.  

Further information on the 2018 Municipal General Election is as follows: 

  • General Election Date: Tuesday, November 6, 2018
  • Positions on the Ballot
    • Mayor
    • Councilmember At Large Position #1
    • Councilmember At Large Position #2
  • The Notice of Deadline to File Applications for a Place on the Ballot will be posted on this page in June 2018 with the July and August filing dates and times. 

For additional information or if you have any questions regarding the City of Missouri City City Elections, please contact Maria Jackson, City Secretary at 281.403.8500.

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City of Missouri City 

Official Results for the 

November 7, 2017 General & Special Election


Councilmember, District A
Total
Percent
Yolanda Ford
 544
 67.33%
Sonja Giddings
 264
 32.67%


Yolanda Ford won the City Council District A race.


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Councilmember, District B
Total
Percentage
Jeffrey L. Boney
 679
 100%


Jeffrey L. Boney won the City Council District B race.


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Councilmember, District C
Total
Percentage
Anthony G. Maroulis
 543
 97.84%
Write-in: Reggie Abraham
 12
 2.16%

Anthony G. Maroulis won the City Council District C race.


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Councilmember, District D
Total
Percentage
Floyd Emery
 801
 100%


Floyd Emery won the City Council District D race.


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CITY OF MISSOURI CITY, TEXAS, CHARTER PROPOSITION NO. A
Shall Section 3.05 of Article III of the Charter of the City of Missouri City be amended to clarify that the mayor pro tem of the city council may be elected at the first regular city council meeting following a runoff election?
 
Total
Percentage
Yes
2,743
83.53%
No
541
16.47%


Proposition No. A passed.


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CITY OF MISSOURI CITY, TEXAS, CHARTER PROPOSITION NO. B
Shall Subsection 4.01.A of Article IV of the Charter of the City of Missouri City be amended to remove the requirement that the city manager must be bonded at city expense in an amount not less than twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000)?
 
Total
Percentage
Yes
1,837
56.73%
No
1,401
43.27%


Proposition No. B passed.


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CITY OF MISSOURI CITY, TEXAS, CHARTER PROPOSITION NO. C
Shall Subsections 4.01.D and 4.01.F of Article IV of the Charter of the City of Missouri City be amended to provide that the city manager may appoint, suspend, and remove department directors and assistant city managers without the concurrence of the city council?
 
Total
Percentage
Yes
1,052
31.98%
No
2,238
68.02%


Proposition No. C did not pass.


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CITY OF MISSOURI CITY, TEXAS, CHARTER PROPOSITION NO. D
Shall Section 4.05 of Article IV of the Charter of the City of Missouri City be amended to allow the city manager to establish, combine, discontinue, redesignate, or combine city departments?
 
Total
Percentage
Yes
1,582
47.98%
No
1,715
52.02%


Proposition No. D did not pass.


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CITY OF MISSOURI CITY, TEXAS, CHARTER PROPOSITION NO. E
Shall Sections 6.01 and 6.02 of Article VI of the Charter of the City of Missouri City be amended to make the Charter consistent with City of Missouri City Resolution No. R-16-32, adopted on October 17, 2016, changing the City’s election date from May to November?
 
Total
Percentage
Yes
2,736
83.36%
No
546
16.54%


Proposition No. E passed.



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CITY OF MISSOURI CITY, TEXAS, CHARTER PROPOSITION NO. F
Shall Section 7.01 of Article VII of the Charter of the City of Missouri City be amended to change the name of the city’s finance department to the “financial services department?”
 
Total
Percentage
Yes
2,617
79.71%
No
666
20.29%


Proposition No. F passed.



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CITY OF MISSOURI CITY, TEXAS, CHARTER PROPOSITION NO. G
Shall Sections 9.01 and 9.03 of Article IX of the Charter of the City of Missouri City be amended to change the City of Missouri City’s fiscal year from July 1 through June 30 to October 1 through September 30?
 
Total
Percentage
Yes
2,525
77.60%
No
729
22.40%



Proposition No. G passed.


Order No. O-17-10Canvassing the returns of the general and special election held on November 7, 2017.