Election/Elección

City of Missouri City 

November 3, 2020 Special & General Elections

In accordance with the Texas Election Code, the City of Missouri City will hold a Special and General Election on November 3, 2020 for the purpose of submitting to the qualified voters of the City of Missouri City a proposition providing for or against the adoption of the fire fighters’ and police officers’ civil service law; and, for the purpose of electing a mayor and two at-large Councilmembers.  

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

Positions on the November 3, 2020 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 to this page in June 2020 with the July and August filing dates and times.

Positions on the November 2, 2021 Ballot: 

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

The Notice of Deadline to File Applications for a Place on the Ballot will be posted to this page in June 2021 with the July and August filing dates and times.

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

2020 Special Election - Historical Information

On Tuesday, January 21, 2020, the City Secretary received a petition requesting an election to adopt Texas Local Government Code, Chapter 143, Municipal Civil Service, for the Police Officers and Firefighters of the City of Missouri City, Texas.  Section 143.004 of the Texas Local Government Code states the following:

Sec. 143.004.  ELECTION TO ADOPT OR REPEAL CHAPTER.  

(a)  A municipality may hold an election to adopt or repeal this chapter as provided by this section.

(b)  If the governing body of the municipality receives a petition requesting an election that is signed by a number of qualified voters of the municipality equal to at least 10 percent of the number of voters who voted in the most recent municipal election, the governing body shall order an election submitting to the voters the question of whether this chapter should be adopted.  The election must be held on the first authorized uniform election date prescribed by Chapter 41, Election Code, that occurs after the petition is filed and that allows sufficient time to comply with other requirements of law.

During the November 5, 2019 general election, 7,981 qualified voters voted in the election. The number of persons found on the petition who are qualified to vote must be greater than or equal to 798, 10 percent of the November 5, 2019 qualified voters.  

The City Secretary completed examination of the petition and hereby certifies the results as follows:

1,903    number of persons found on the petition who are qualified to vote 

1,307    number of persons found on the petition who are not qualified to vote

3,210    number of persons found on the petition

During the February 3, 2020 regular City Council meeting, City Council called a Special Election to be conducted on May 2, 2020 for the purpose of submitting to the qualified voters a proposition providing for or against the adoption of the Fire Fighters’ and Police Officers’ Civil Service Law, providing for a joint election with other entities contracting with Fort Bend County for such joint election.  

Ordinance 20-03 ordering a special election on May 2, 2020

Ordenanza 20-03 que ordena unas elecciones especiales para el 2 de mayo de 2020

During the March 30, 2020, special City Council meeting, City Council discussed the postponement of the May 2, 2020 election date to the November 3, 2020 uniform election date, as provided for by a Proclamation issued by the Governor of Texas suspending certain provisions of the Texas Election Code as a result of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Pandemic.  

City Council requested to suspend certain provisions of the Texas Election Code which allows all local political subdivisions that are utilizing the May 2, 2020 uniform election date to consider an alternate uniform date for the election and agreed to postpone the election to November 3, 2020.

During the April 6, 2020, regular City Council meeting, Council approved an ordinance postponing the Special Election scheduled on May 2, 2020, to November 3, 2020, for the purpose of submitting to the qualified voters of the City of Missouri City a proposition providing for or against the adoption of the fire fighters’ and police officers’ civil service law on the first and final reading.

Ordinance 20-14 postponing the Special Election scheduled on May 2, 2020, to November 3, 2020

Ordenanza 20-14 que pospone la Elección Especial programada para el 2 de mayo de 2020, pare el 3 de noviembre de 2020

City Council discussions calling for the special election, civil service presentation and financials.   

Council Meeting DateAgenda ItemBackground InformationMeeting MinutesMeeting Video 





February 3, 2020
Special Meeting
2eAgenda PacketMinutesVideo





February 3, 2020
Regular Meeting
10aAgenda PacketMinutesVideo





February 17, 2020 Special Meeting2dAgenda PacketMinutesVideo





March 2, 2020 Special Meeting
2b
Agenda PacketMinutesVideo

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

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City of Missouri City 

Official Results for the 

November 5, 2019 General Election

Councilmember, District AFBC
Absentee
FBC Early FBC ElectionHC AbsenteeHC Early HC ElectionTotalPercent
Reginald B. Pearson524024867214671747.70%
Cheryl Sterling232032301011520578952.30%

Cheryl Sterling has won the City Council District A race.

Councilmember, District BFBC
Absentee
FBC
Early
FBC
Election
TotalPercent
Jeffrey L. Boney106176641,29166.21%
JaPaula Kemp727238065933.79%

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

Councilmember, District CFBC
Absentee
FBC 
Early
FBC 
Election
TotalPercent
Anthony G. Maroulis1548141991555.12%
Raj Joseph146571046.27%
Steve Okoroha310715426415.90%
S.A.M. Chatriwala217819937722.71%

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

Councilmember, District DFBC
Absentee
FBC EarlyFBC ElectionTotalPercent
Floyd Emery401,1949752,20977.02%
Cindy Forney527338165922.98%

Floyd Emery has won the Council Council District D race.

Order No. O-19-01: Canvassing the returns of the General Election

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