City Elections

The City of Taylor is a "Council / City Manager" form of government. Council members are elected by the citizens and registered voters of Taylor. The City is governed by members under a Single Member District form of government and divided into 4 Districts and has 1 Council representative from each, as well as a council member elected at large. Council terms are 3 years and staggered with elections held in May. The Mayor and Mayor Pro-Tem are elected every year from within the Council members themselves and serve a 1-year term in these positions.

The City of Taylor will hold a General Election on May 4, 2019 to elect a Council Member from District 1 and a Council Member from District 4.  Qualified residents may pick up a candidate packet at any time at City Hall, or click here for an electronic printable version. 

                  Council Election -- Saturday, May 4, 2019
                         Council Member Districts 1 and 4   

 

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Resolution R19-02 calling for a May 4, 2019 General Election


Notice of Deadline to File 
City offices will be closed on Monday, January 21st in recognition of Martin Luther King Jr. day.

City Office will be closed on Monday, February 18th in recognition of Presidents' Day.

A completed and notarized Application for a Place on the City of Taylor General Election Ballot must be filed in the City Clerk’s office between the dates of January 16, 2019 and February 15, 2019.  No application will be accepted after 5:00 p.m. on February 15, 2019.

Deadline for filing a Declaration of Write-In Candidate is February 19, 2019.

District 1 candidates:
Christine Lopez (incumbent)  Certificate of Withdrawal
                                         Herbert Brinkmeyer, Jr.
   Gerald T. Anderson

District 4 candidates:
Robert Garcia (incumbent)



Notice of Drawing for Name Placement on Ballot


Where can I find the detailed election results from the previous year?


Results are available at the Williamson County Elections website .  

When do the results become final?


Results are not final and candidates do not take office until after the votes have been officially canvassed by the governmental authority.  The City Council will hold a Special Meeting on Tuesday, May 14th at 6 pm in the Council Chambers to declare the results, swear in those elected, and the Council members will elect a Mayor and Mayor Pro-Tem from within their own ranks.


Additional Information


If you have any questions, please contact the City Clerk. Additional helpful sites for election information may be found on the following websites:

Other Elections


Visit the County website for complete election results: http://www.wilco.org/elections