Election/Elección

Upcoming General Elections

Notice of deadline to file an application for a place on the ballot/Aviso de fecha limite para presentar una solicitud para un lugar en la boleta.

2022 Missouri City Candidates Packet/Paquete de candidatos de la ciudad de Missouri 2022

Positions on the November 8, 2022 General Election Ballot: The terms for office will be through November 2025. 

  • Mayor
  • Councilmember At-Large, Position 1
  • Councilmember At-Large, Position 2
Candidates Filing for a Place on the November 8, 2022 General Election
Candidate NamePosition Date Filed
Robin J. ElackattMayor8/01/2022
Sonya Brown-MarshallAt-Large Position 17/25/2022
Lynn ClouserAt-Large Position 27/28/2022



Internet Posting Requirements (English)

Internet Posting Requirements (Spanish)

Important Election Dates

Positions on the November 5, 2024 Ballot:  The terms for office will be through November 2027. 

  • Councilmember, District A
  • Councilmember, District B
  • Councilmember, District C
  • Councilmember, District D

Positions on the November 4, 2025 Ballot:  The terms for office will be through November 2028. 

  • Mayor
  • Councilmember At-Large, Position 1
  • Councilmember At-Large, Position 2

Positions on the November 8, 2027 Ballot:  The terms for office will be through November 2030. 

  • Councilmember, District A
  • Councilmember, District B
  • Councilmember, District C
  • Councilmember, District D

Positions on the November 13, 2028 Ballot:  The terms for office will be through November 2031. 

  • Mayor
  • Councilmember At-Large, Position 1
  • Councilmember At-Large, Position 2

For additional information or if you have any questions regarding the City of Missouri City Elections, please contact City Secretary's Office.

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Frequently asked questions 

What is the signature requirement and candidate filing fee to run for the Mayor or City Councilmember seats?

The City of Missouri City has no signature requirement or candidate filing fee to run for any elected position.

When will the election packet be made available to the public? 

The election packet will be posted to this election page in June or early July of each election year. 

To whom do I file my candidate application to?

City of Missouri City general election candidate appliations are filed with the City Secretary.  

When can I file my candidate application? 

The notice of deadline to file applications for a place on the ballot will be posted to this election page with the July and August filing dates and times.  The Secretary of State's important dates may also be accessed from here

Due to the pandemic, are there alternatives to filing my candidate application? 

Candidate applications may also be filed by mail (Attention: City Secretary, 1522 Texas Parkway, Missouri City, 77489), fax (281-403-8527), or email (CSO@missouricitytx.gov).  The application may be viewed from here.  If sent by mail, the application must be received no later than the last day candidate applications may be received by the City Secretary. 

When may candidate political signs be posted throughout Missouri City? 

The state, county, city and other governmental entities hold several elections throughout the year.  A political sign placed solely for and relating to a public election shall be placed not earlier than the 30th calendar day before early voting. 

When must candidate political signs be removed throughout Missouri City? 

A political sign shall be removed not later than the third calendar day after the election date. 

In the event there is a runoff election, the runoff election candidates political signs may continue to stay posted and must be removed not later than the third calendar day after the runoff election.  

Where can citizens report concerns about signage?

Questions or concerns regarding sign placement must be reported to the City’s Code Enforcement Division using SeeClickFix.

For additional information or if you have any questions regarding the City of Missouri City Elections, please contact City Secretary's Office.

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Official Results for the 2021 Special Runoff Election

Councilmember, District A


FBC Election DayFBC AbsenteeFBC Early VotingHC Ballot by MailHC Early VotingHC Election DayTotal Percent
Reginald Pearson872613959275038849.68
Monica Riley4755164553141

39350.32
Total
134813031145891781100.00

Monica Riley has won the City Council District A race.  

Returns for the runoff election will be officially canvassed on December 20, 2021 during the Special City Council meeting.  The swearing in ceremony will also be held on December 20, 2021 during the Regular City Council meeting at 7:00 p.m. in the Community Center of City Hall at 1522 Texas Parkway, Missouri City, Texas 77489. 

The agenda will be posted to City Council Agenda and Agenda Packets webpage up to 72 hours before the meeting date. 

For more detailed information of the precinct by precinct results, please visit the election pages for Fort Bend County and Harris County, contact the City Secretary at 281-403-8500 or by email.

For additional information or if you have any questions regarding the City of Missouri City Elections, please contact City Secretary's Office.

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Official Results for the Nov. 2, 2021 General & Special Elections

Councilmember, District A


Total Percent
**Reginald Pearson58746.33%
Bruce Zaborowski866.79%
**Monica Riley59446.88%

**Runoff Election will be held with Reginald Pearson and Monica Riley.     

Councilmember, District B


Total Percent
*Jeffrey L. Boney1,23778.49%
Everett Land33921.51%

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

Councilmember, District C


TotalPercent
*Anthony G. Maroulis 813100.00%

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

Councilmember, District D


TotalPercent
*Floyd Emery1,959100.00%

*Floyd Emery has won the City Council District D race.


Proposition A: 

THE ISSUANCE OF $51,615,000 GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS FOR (1) PURCHASING, ACQUIRING, ENLARGING, EXTENDING, EQUIPPING, AND CONSTRUCTING STREET, BRIDGE, AND SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENTS AND FACILITIES WITHIN THE CITY, INCLUDING ACQUIRING LAND AND RIGHTS-OF-WAY FOR SUCH PURPOSES, (2) PURCHASING EQUIPMENT AND SUPPORT FACILITIES IN CONNECTION WITH STREET, BRIDGE AND SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENTS, (3) PREPARING ENGINEERING AND RELATED STUDIES IN CONNECTION WITH STREET, BRIDGE AND SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENTS IN THE CITY AND (4) ALL MATTERS NECESSARY OR INCIDENTAL THERETO AND THE LEVY OF A TAX AND THE PROVISION OF A SINKING FUND IN PAYMENT THEREOF. IF AUTHORIZED, TAXES SUFFICIENT TO PAY THE PRINCIPAL OF AND INTEREST ON SUCH DEBT OBLIGATIONS WILL BE IMPOSED.


TotalPercent
*For 4,55273.66%
Against1,62826.34%

*Proposition A has passed.


Proposition B:

 THE ISSUANCE OF $11,220,000 GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS FOR (1) PURCHASING, ACQUIRING, CONSTRUCTING, REPAIRING AND IMPROVING LAND, FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT FOR PUBLIC FACILITIES, INCLUDING ACQUIRING LAND AND EASEMENTS FOR SUCH PURPOSES, (2) PURCHASING EQUIPMENT AND SUPPORT FACILITIES IN CONNECTION WITH SUCH FACILITIES, (3) PREPARING ENGINEERING AND RELATED STUDIES IN CONNECTION WITH SUCH PUBLIC FACILITIES WITHIN THE CITY AND (4) ALL MATTERS NECESSARY OR INCIDENTAL THERETO AND THE LEVY OF A TAX AND THE PROVISION OF A SINKING FUND IN PAYMENT THEREOF. IF AUTHORIZED, TAXES SUFFICIENT TO PAY THE PRINCIPAL OF AND INTEREST ON SUCH DEBT OBLIGATIONS WILL BE IMPOSED.


TotalPercent
*For 4,16367.57%
Against1,99832.43%

*Proposition B has passed. 


Proposition C: 

THE ISSUANCE OF $23,015,000 GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS FOR (1) PURCHASING, ACQUIRING, CONSTRUCTING, REPAIRING AND IMPROVING LAND, FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT FOR PARKS, INCLUDING ACQUIRING LAND AND EASEMENTS FOR SUCH PURPOSES, (2) PURCHASING EQUIPMENT AND SUPPORT FACILITIES IN CONNECTION WITH SUCH PARKS, (3) PREPARING ENGINEERING AND RELATED STUDIES IN CONNECTION WITH SUCH PARKS WITHIN THE CITY AND (4) ALL MATTERS NECESSARY OR INCIDENTAL THERETO AND THE LEVY OF A TAX AND THE PROVISION OF A SINKING FUND IN PAYMENT THEREOF. IF AUTHORIZED, TAXES SUFFICIENT TO PAY THE PRINCIPAL OF AND INTEREST ON SUCH DEBT OBLIGATIONS WILL BE IMPOSED.


TotalPercent
*For4,55269.27%
Against1,89330.73%

*Proposition C has passed. 

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Official Results for the May 1, 2021 Special Charter Election

CHARTER PROPOSITION A - PASSED

Shall Section 3.05 of Article III of the Charter of the City of Missouri City be amended to clarify that the mayor may not act as chief administrative officer and fulfill the duties of the city manager?

Proposition ATotalPercentage
For2,54780.88%
Against60219.22%


CHARTER PROPOSITION B - PASSED

Shall Section 3.05 of Article III of the Charter of the City of Missouri City be amended to establish a one-year term for the mayor pro tem position?

Proposition BTotalPercentage
For2,32274.11%
Against81125.89%


CHARTER PROPOSITION C - PASSED

Shall Section 4.01 of Article IV of the Charter of the City of Missouri City be amended to clarify that the city manager must obtain the City Council of Missouri City’s advice and consent to appoint, suspend or remove all or any one of the City’s department directors?

Proposition CTotalPercentage
For2,65484.23%
Against49715.77%


CHARTER PROPOSITION D - PASSED

Shall Section 4.01 of Article IV of the Charter of the City of Missouri City be amended to require that, if a contract is entered into for the employment of the city manager, the compensation of the city manager shall be set forth in such contract which must be voted on by a majority vote of the City Council of Missouri City?

Proposition DTotalPercentage
For2,87591.47%
Against26808.53%


CHARTER PROPOSITION E - PASSED

Shall Section 6.01 of Article VI of the Charter of the City of Missouri City be amended to extend the term of office for the mayor, district councilmembers, and councilmember-at-large positions from two to three years?

Proposition ETotalPercentage
For1,91661.02%
Against1,22438.98%


CHARTER PROPOSITION F - PASSED

Shall Section 6.01 of Article VI of the Charter of the City of Missouri City be amended to provide that a person is limited to twelve consecutive years on the city council before the person is required to sit out for a period of two-years before holding another position on the city council?

Proposition FTotalPercentage
For2,60582.78%
Against54217.22%


CHARTER PROPOSITION G - PASSED

Shall Section 9.04 of Article IX of the Charter of the City of Missouri City be amended to extend the time the city manager can transfer or request to transfer unencumbered appropriations from sixty days to ninety days after the end of the fiscal year?

Proposition G TotalPercentage
For2,14970.02%
Against92029.98%


CHARTER PROPOSITION H - PASSED

Shall Section 9.10 of Article IX of the Charter of the City of Missouri City be amended to clarify that the requirement of the city council to receive and consider bids for the sale of bonds applies to competitive sales only?

Proposition HTotalPercentage
For2,32176.07%
Against73023.93%


CHARTER PROPOSITION I - PASSED

Shall Section 11.13 of Article XI of the Charter of the City of Missouri City be amended to change the appointment date of charter review commissioners from July to January?

Proposition ITotalPercentage
For2,45180.79%
Against58519.21%

Order No. O-20-01: Canvassing election returns

Ordenanza N.º O-21-01: Ordenanza de escrutinio de los resultados de las elecciones especiales

For more detailed information of the precinct by precinct results, please visit the election pages for Fort Bend County and Harris County or contact City Secretary's Office at 281.403.8500.

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Official Results for the Dec. 12, 2020 Special Runoff Election

MayorTotal Percentage
Robin J. Elackatt5,62652.37%
Yolanda Ford5,12047.63%

Robin J. Elackatt has won the Mayoral race.

Councilmember At Large Position #2TotalPercentage
Chris Preston4,28640.59%
Lynn Clouser6,27459.41%

Lynn Clouser has won the Councilmember At Large Position #2 race.

Order 20-08: Canvassing Returns of the Special Runoff Election 

For more detailed information of the precinct by precinct results, please visit the election page for Fort Bend County or contact City Secretary's Office at 281.403.8500. 

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Official Results for the Nov. 3, 2020 General & Special Election

MayorTotalPercent
Fred G Taylor6,73620.88%
Robin J. Elackatt9,900   29.80%
Yolanda Ford16,584  49.92%

Runoff Election will be held on December 12, 2020 with Robin J. Elackatt and Yolanda Ford.


Councilmember At Large Position #1TotalPercent
Vashaundra Edwards15,104   50.97%
Reginald Pearson14,531    49.03%

Vashaundra Edwards has won the Councilmember At Large Position #1 race.


Councilmember At Large Position #2TotalPercent
Chris Preston13,006    42.61%
James Mable3,454 11.32%
Lynn Clouser14,060    46.07%

Runoff Election will be held on December 12, 2020, with Chris Preston and Lynn Clouser. 


Proposition A: Adoption of the fire fighters’ and police officers’ civil service law.TotalPercent
For27,304    81.97%
Against6,004    18.03%

Proposition A has passed.

Official Results

For more detailed information of the precinct by precinct results, please visit the election pages for Fort Bend County and Harris County or or contact City Secretary's Office at 281.403.8500.