Unofficial results: Cedar Park voters approve 3 of 5 propositions

Cedar Park City Hall
Five propositions were on Cedar Park voters' May 1 ballot. (Taylor Girtman/Community Impact Newspaper)

Five propositions were on Cedar Park voters' May 1 ballot. (Taylor Girtman/Community Impact Newspaper)

Updated 11:10 p.m. May 1

With all precincts reporting, Cedar Park voters will approve three of five city charter propositions, according to Travis County and Williamson County election results. All results are unofficial until canvassed.

Voters approved Proposition B by 1,694 votes, Proposition C by 1,285 votes and Proposition E by 1,860 votes.

Proposition A, which increases council member term lengths by one year, remains narrowly opposed by 130 votes. About 58% of voters opposed Proposition D, which relates to attorney-client privilege in executive session meetings.

Proposition A: Increasing term lengths to three years from two years

  • FOR: 49.1% (3,554 votes)

  • AGAINST: 50.9% (3,684 votes)


Proposition B: City manager authorizations


  • FOR: 61.86% (4,417 votes)

  • AGAINST: 38.14% (2,723 votes)


Proposition C: Filling council member vacancies


  • FOR: 59.06% (4,187 votes)

  • AGAINST: 40.94% (2,902 votes)


Proposition D: Protecting attorney-client privilege in executive session meetings


  • FOR: 41.82% (2,965 votes)

  • AGAINST: 58.18% (4,125 votes)


Proposition E: Automatic, immediate resignation when filing for other offices


  • FOR: 63.06% (4,490 votes)

  • AGAINST: 36.94% (2,630 votes)


Original story: 8:13 p.m. May 1


Early voting returns show Cedar Park voters may approve four of five city charter propositions, according to Travis County and Williamson County election offices. About 55% of early voters opposed Proposition D, which protects executive session confidentiality.

The five propositions asked voters to consider changes in the Cedar Park city charter related to term lengths, city manager authorities, council seat vacancies, executive session confidentiality and resignations to file for other offices.

Proposition A: Increasing term lengths to three years from two years

FOR: 51.84% (2,516 votes)

AGAINST: 35.59% (2,337 votes)

Proposition B: City manager authorizations

FOR: 64.41% (3,089 votes)

AGAINST: 35.59% (1,707 votes)

Proposition C: Filling council member vacancies

FOR: 61.84% (2,945 votes)

AGAINST: 38.16% (1,817 votes)

Proposition D: Protecting attorney-client privilege in executive session meetings

FOR: 44.59% (2,126 votes)

AGAINST: 55.41% (2,642 votes)

Proposition E: Automatic, immediate resignation when filing for other offices

FOR: 65.33% (3,126 votes)

AGAINST: 34.67% (1,659 votes)

This article will be updated as more results are released. All results are unofficial until canvassed. Visit communityimpact.com/voter-guide/election-results to see results from all local elections in your community.
By Taylor Girtman
After interning with Community Impact Newspaper in 2019, Taylor Girtman became a reporter for the Cedar Park-Leander edition in Feb. 2020.


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