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Tanya Smith City Secretary 979.764.3541

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GENERAL, SPECIAL, AND BOND ELECTION ON NOV. 8, 2022

The next General Election for Mayor, Councilmembers Place 1 and 2, and Special Election for Place 5 will be on Nov. 8, 2022 at 25 polling locations which can be found at BrazosVotes.org

On Aug. 17, 2022, the College Station City Council voted unanimously to place five general obligation bond propositions totaling $90.4 million on the Nov. 8 general election ballot.  See below for the ordinance calling the bond election.  Learn more at cstx.gov/2022bond.

ORDINANCE CALLING GENERAL AND SPECIAL ELECTION
    •   English      •   Spanish


ELIGIBILITY
A candidate must be at least 18 years old on the first day of the term to be filled at the election, U.S. citizen, qualified Texas voter, and a College Station resident for at least one year prior to Election Day.
•   Notice of Deadline to File Applications for Place On The Ballot
•   Election Calendar

GENERAL ELECTION CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE
Filing for a place on the ballot for the General Election is set by state statute and will run from July 23-Aug. 22, 2022. Candidate packets are available in the City Secretary's Office. Click each candidate's name to view filings and campaign finance reports.

Mayor
    •   John Nichols

    •   Rick Robison

    •   Jacob Randolph


Place 1
    •   Mark Smith

    •   Aron Collins

Place 2
    •   William Wright 
    •   David Levine


SPECIAL ELECTION CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE
Filing for a place on the ballot for the Special Election will be held after ordering the election and will run from August 11 - Aug. 25, 2022 at 6:00 p.m. Candidate packets are available in the City Secretary's Office. [EC §201.054(d)]

Place 5
    •   Bob Yancy
    •   Willie B. Blackmon
    •   Nicole Gallucci


To find additional election-related dates and information at sos.state.tx.us/elections/candidates/index.shtml (posted in accordance with TX. Legis. H.B. 305, effective Sept. 1, 2019). Filing requirements are per state statute, are available at sos.state.tx.us/elections/candidates/guide/local.shtml, and those of the City of College Station City Charter, Article II, at City Charter.

ORDINANCE CALLING BOND ELECTION
    •   Ordinance No. 2022-4379 (Coming Soon)


PROPOSITION A
Shall the City Council of the City of College Station, Texas, be authorized to issue and sell bonds in the aggregate principal amount of $18,000,000 for the public purpose of constructing, designing, improving and equipping a new fire station and acquisition of fire trucks and public safety equipment, and the acquisition of land and interest in land for such projects, with the bonds to be issued in one or more series, to mature serially or otherwise not to exceed 25 years from their date, and bear interest at such rate or rates, not to exceed the limits prescribed by law at the time of issuance, and to be sold at such prices or rates, as the City Council in its discretion shall determine; and shall there be levied and pledged, assessed and collected annually ad valorem taxes on all taxable property in said City in an amount sufficient to pay the annual interest on said bonds and provide a sinking fund to pay said bonds at maturity?

PROPOSITION B
Shall the City Council of the City of College Station, Texas, be authorized to issue and sell bonds in the aggregate principal amount of $16,100,000 for the public purpose of constructing, designing, improving, extending and expanding transportation and mobility infrastructure consisting of the following: Rock Prairie Road East corridor from Town Lake Drive to William D Fitch Parkway, including related utility relocation, drainage, traffic signals and control, lighting, sidewalks, bike lanes and landscaping, the purchase of any necessary land and right-of-way in connection with these projects, with the bonds to be issued in one or more series, to mature serially or otherwise not to exceed 25 years from their date, and bear interest at such rate or rates, not to exceed the limits prescribed by law at the time of issuance, and to be sold at such prices or rates, as the City Council in its discretion shall determine; and shall there be levied and pledged, assessed and collected annually ad valorem taxes on all taxable property in said City in an amount sufficient to pay the annual interest on said bonds and provide a sinking fund to pay said bonds at maturity?

PROPOSITION C
Shall the City Council of the City of College Station, Texas, be authorized to issue and sell bonds in the aggregate principal amount of $32,400,000 for the public purpose of constructing, designing, improving and equipping parks and recreational facilities consisting of the following: natural and synthetic turf field improvements at Veterans Park; new playing fields, restrooms, concessions and seating, drainage, parking, lighting, sidewalks and trails at Texas Independence Ballpark, with the bonds to be issued in one or more series, to mature serially or otherwise not to exceed 25 years from their date, and bear interest at such rate or rates, not to exceed the limits prescribed by law at the time of issuance, and to be sold at such prices or rates, as the City Council in its discretion shall determine; and shall there be levied and pledged, assessed and collected annually ad valorem taxes on all taxable property in said City in an amount sufficient to pay the annual interest on said bonds and provide a sinking fund to pay said bonds at maturity?

PROPOSITION D
Shall the City Council of the City of College Station, Texas, be authorized to issue and sell bonds in the aggregate principal amount of $22,000,000 for the public purpose of constructing, designing, improving and equipping parks and recreational facilities consisting of the following: demolition and reconstruction of restrooms, concession and storage space for the Bachmann Little League Building and Senior League/Soccer Building; pickleball and futsal courts at Anderson Park including lighting, parking and restrooms; demolition and reconstruction of the Central Park Operations Shop facility; pavilions, lighting, shade areas, irrigation, sidewalks, pathways, playgrounds/recreational areas, historical markers and signage at Mabel Clare Thomas Park; tennis courts, lighting and fencing at Bee Creek and Central Parks; restrooms, sidewalks and pathways at Lincoln Center/W.A. Tarrow Park, with the bonds to be issued in one or more series, to mature serially or otherwise not to exceed 25 years from their date, and bear interest at such rate or rates, not to exceed the limits prescribed by law at the time of issuance, and to be sold at such prices or rates, as the City Council in its discretion shall determine; and shall there be levied and pledged, assessed and collected annually ad valorem taxes on all taxable property in said City in an amount sufficient to pay the annual interest on said bonds and provide a sinking fund to pay said bonds at maturity?

PROPOSITION E
Shall the City Council of the City of College Station, Texas, be authorized to issue and sell bonds in the aggregate principal amount of $3,900,000 for the public purpose of constructing, designing and equipping a swimming pool including related water features, splash pad and restrooms at Mabel Clare Thomas Park, with the bonds to be issued in one or more series, to mature serially or otherwise not to exceed 25 years from their date, and bear interest at such rate or rates, not to exceed the limits prescribed by law at the time of issuance, and to be sold at such prices or rates, as the City Council in its discretion shall determine; and shall there be levied and pledged, assessed and collected annually ad valorem taxes on all taxable property in said City in an amount sufficient to pay the annual interest on said bonds and provide a sinking fund to pay said bonds at maturity?
    Runoff Election December 14, 2021
    OFFICIAL TABULATION
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    NOTICE OF ELECTION
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    ORDINANCE CALLING ELECTION
        •   English     •   Spanish

    CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE
    Click each candidate's name to view filings and campaign finance reports.

    Place 6 - 3 Year Term
        •   Dennis Maloney
        •   David Levine
    General and Special Election on November 2, 2021
    OFFICIAL TABULATION
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    AMENDED - ORDINANCE CALLING THE ELECTION
    These ordinances contain the proposed language for three charter amendments as amended September 23, 2021.
        •   English     •   Spanish

    Christ United Methodist Church at 4201 State Hwy 6 in College Station will not be a polling location this year. The map below shows nearby polling locations.
        •   Alternate Locations Map

    NOTICE OF ELECTION
        •   English     •   Spanish

    ELIGIBILITY
    A candidate must be at least 18 years old on the first day of the term to be filled at the election, U.S. citizen, qualified Texas voter, and a College Station resident for at least one year prior to Election Day.
        •   Notice of Deadline to File Applications for Place On The Ballot
        •   Election Calendar
     
    CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE
    Filing for a place on the ballot for the General Election is set by state statute and will run from July 17 - Aug. 16, 2021. Candidate packets are available in the City Secretary's Office.

    Click each candidate's name to view filings and campaign finance reports.

    Place 4 - 3 Year Term
        •   Elizabeth R. Cunha 
        •   William Wright 

    Place 6 - 3 Year Term
        •   Dennis Maloney
        •   Marie-Anne Mousseau-Holland
        •   David Levine
    Run-Off Election on December 15, 2020
    OFFICIAL TABULATION
        •   Click Here to View the Official Tabulation

    NOTICE OF ELECTION
        •   English     •   Spanish

    ORDINANCE CALLING ELECTION
        •   English     •   Spanish

    CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE
    Click each candidate's name to view filings and campaign finance reports.

    Place 5 • 4 Year Term
        •   Craig Regan 
        •   John Nichols 
    General and Special Runoff Election on November 3, 2020
    OFFICIAL TABULATION
        •   Click Here to View the Official Tabulation

    NOTICE OF ELECTION - Places and times for Early Voting and Election Day Voting
        •   English     •   Spanish

    ORDINANCE CALLING ELECTION
        •   English     •   Spanish

    ELIGIBILITY
    A candidate must be at least 18 years old on the first day of the term to be filled at the election, U.S. citizen, qualified Texas voter, and a College Station resident for at least one year prior to Election Day.

        •   Notice of Deadline to File Applications for Place On The Ballot
        •   Notice of Drawing for Place On Ballot
        •   Election Calendar


    GENERAL AND SPECIAL RUNOFF ELECTION
    The next General Election for Council members Place 1, 3, and 5 will be on Nov. 3, 2020 at 25 polling locations.

    Due to COVID-19, the City of College Station canceled the Special Runoff Election to fill Place-4 on the City Council.  On July 23, 2020 the City Council ordered the Special Runoff Election to be held on Nov. 3.

    CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE
    Filing for a place on the ballot for the General Election is set by state statute and will run from July 18 - Aug. 17, 2020.  Candidate packets are available in the City Secretary's Office.

    Click each candidate's name to view filings and campaign finance reports.

    GENERAL
    Place 1
    • 2 Year Term
        •   Bob Brick 
        •   Jason Cornelius 

    Place 3 • 4 Year Term
        •   Dell Seiter 
        •   Linda Harvell 

    Place 5 • 4 Year Term
        •   Craig Regan 
        •   Brian Alg 
        •   John Nichols 

    SPECIAL RUNOFF
    Place 4 • Unexpired Term
        •   Elizabeth Cunha 
        •   Joe Guerra Jr. 

    Click here to view filing requirements are per state statute and those of the City of College Station City Charter, Article III.
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