District B

Adam Arendell

District C

Keith Thompson

At large position 1

Brad Richards

Russell G. Thatcher



Randy Rhyne

Damus Vice

Position 2

Williams Tigner

Position 4

Bonnie McDaniel

Larry Schaefer

Proposed amendment 1

Do you vote to amend Section 3.09 by removing the requirement that the mayor or the mayor pro tem be present to establish a quorum?

Proposed amendment 2

Do you vote to amend Section 7.03(4)(g) by requiring the Planning Commission to meet at least once each month when there is business pending that is legally ripe for consideration as required by state law?

Proposed amendment 3

Do you vote to amend section 3.02 by removing the qualification that each memberof city council shall not be indebted to the City of Angleton, which has been found to be in violation of the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution?

Proposed amendment 4

Do you vote to amend section 7.02 to authorize the City Council to cooperate with property development, but not to expend public funds for property development unless the use of public funds accomplishes a public purpose and complies with state and federal law?



The issuance of not to exceed $1,750,000 of City of Brazoria, Texas general obligation bonds for making permanent public improvements or other public purposes, to wit: designing, acquiring, constructing, renovating, improving, and equipping park facilities and improvements, including incidental street and utility construction in connection with the foregoing and the purchase of land, easements, rights-of-way, and other real property interests necessary therefor or incidental thereto, and the levying of a tax in payment thereof.


Trustee Position 3

Mark Lewis

Kelvin L. Williams

Virgil F. Grant

Trustee Position 4

Andrew Soloman

Sean P. Murphy

Council at Large

(vote for no more than 3)

Joe Milstead

Ramon Trevino

Jana Largent

Glenda Hundl

Edward Vandenberg


Ward B

Don Oaks

Ward D

Travis Quinn

Municipal Judge

Randy Smith

Edmond Baker Jr.

Proposed Amendment One

Shall Section 8.04 of the Home Rule Charter be amended to clarify the use of the Appraisal District and Brazoria County as designees for the City, for the valuation and collection of taxes, respectively, in addition to eliminating any discounting for early payments from the home rule charter?

Proposed Amendment Two

Shall Section 8.05 be amended to give power and authority to Brazoria County to seize and levy upon all personal property, to satisfy all delinquent taxes, levy penalty, interest and cost due on delinquent property for the city, in addition to posting notice for the sale of such property as required by law?

Proposed Amendment Three

Shall Section 10.01 be amended to provide the city manager the authority of hiring and firing the Finance Director with consultation from the city council, clarifying the required “bonding” of the finance director, and giving city council the resposibility to establish such bond amount for the finance director?

Proposed Amendment Four

Shall Section 14.03 be amended to authorize the City Council to set by ordinance the number of members of the planning and zoning commision to either seven (7) or nine (9) members, allowing those members to serve on other city committees, boards, or commissions, and deleting the chairman of the zoning board of adjustments and the city secretary as an ex officio members of the commission?

Proposed Amendment Five

Shall Section 15.22 be added to the home rule charter to allow committe, board, or commission members the ability to serve on more than one committee, board, or commission, provided that not more than one member of a committee, board, or commission shall be permitted to serve on ant other committee, board, or commission, unless permitted by state law.

Proposed Amendment Six

Shall Section 16.01 be amended requiring an ordiance providing for the submission of charter amendments at the next annual election for members of the City Council, rather than at an election to be held not less than thirty (30) days nor more than ninety (90) days after the passage?

Proposed Amendment Seven

Shall Section 16.04 be amended to allow any reports presented to City Council by the Charter Review Commission to be posted at the city hall and on the city website, rather than at three (3) public places?


Council at large

(vote for no more than 3)

Brenda Milligan

Wesley Baldwin

Larry Linscombe Jr.

George Phillips

Melinda Strong


Ward B

Tina Rogers

Loren Eric Hayes

Fred Bolton

Ward D

Sandra Kay Barbree

Robert Garcia

Martin Velez


Troy T. Brimage

Tyrone “Ty” Morrow

Norma Moreno Garcia

Manning Rollerson

Larry L. McDonald

Melanie Oldham



Michael “Buck” Holton

Position 3

Robin Bradbery

Kay Mudd

Position 4

Kacy Smajstrla

Richard Selvera

Position 5

Kear T. Lor

Les J. Hosey

Nashir Uddin


Position 1

Douglas Kincannon

Heather Melass

Position 3

Gerald Roznovsky

Position 5

Jon “J.B.” Baker


Place 1

Adrian Gaspar

Jerome Hudson

Place 2

Lorraine R. Hehn

Maureen DelBello


The repeal of the local sales and use tax in the City of Manvel at the rate of one-fourth of one percent to provide revenue for maintenance and repair of municipal streets; and the increase of the rate of the local sales and use tax in the City of Manvel dedicated for the benefit of a Type B Economic Development Corporation from one-fourth of one percent to one-half of one percent, to undertake projects as described in Chapters 501-505, Texas Local Government Code, as amended from time to time, including, but not limited to: streets and roads, drainage, and related improvements; infrastructure and other projects that encourage the location of retail businesses and grocery stores to the City; projects to promote new or expanded business enterprises that create or retain jobs; public parks, park facilities, open space improvements, and landscape of public facilities; demolition of existing structures, or facilities that are related to any of the above projects; and any other projects that the board determines will promote new or expanded business enterprises that create or retain jobs; and the maintenance and operations expenses for any of the above described projects.


Position 2

Trent Perez

Quentin Wiltz

Derrick Reed

Adrian Hernandez

Position 4

Keith Ordeneaux

Adrienne Bell



Harold Doty

Council Position 1

Stephen Alongis

Georgie Applegate

Council Position 2

Barrett Blackwell



Clint Kocurek

Position 2

Mark Guthrie

Melissa Blanks

Position 3

Jerrod Beaty

Lauren LaCount

Proposition #1

The reauthorization of the local sales and use tax in the City of Richwood at the rate of one-fourth of one percent to continue providing revenue for maintenance and repair of municipal streets.


Aldermen at large

(vote for no more than 3)

Toni Capretta

David Guzman

Peggy Llewellyn

Bob Petty



Rodney Weems

Don Lemon

Position 2

Jeff Farley

Scott Swift

Position 4

Rachel Wells

Proposed Amendment

Should Section 6.02 of the City of Sweeny Charter be amended to state that the office of the Judge of the Municipal Court be for a two year term in alternating years and not concurrently with the term of the Mayor?



Postion 3

Natosha Green

Tim Dean

Tommy Gaines


Position Three

Mark Lewis

Kelvin L. Williams

Virgil F. Gant

Position Four

Andrew Solomon

Sean P. Murphy


Position 2

Donna Bohlar Schroeder

Position 6

Sammy Brooks

Glenn Garrison

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