Posted: 9:24 p.m. CST

Voters have approved establishing new term limits for City Council members and moving the general election from May to November.

Of the 158,680 Austinites who cast their ballots with 217 of 237 precincts reporting, 77.41 percent voted in support of Proposition 1, which will move the election from May to November. Of the 156,536 Austinites who cast their vote with 217 of 237 precincts reporting, 76.51 percent supported Proposition 2, which will mandate council members serve four-year, staggered terms.

More voters backed Proposition 3, which will divide the city into 10 geographical single-member districts with the mayor's seat elected at-large, than Proposition 4, which would establish eight single-member districts and two at-large council seats along with the mayor's at-large seat. Proposition 3 received 59.23 percent of the vote, while Proposition 4 received 50.85 percent.

If both propositions got more than 50 percent of the vote, the proposition with the most votes would win. Unofficial results had Proposition 3 being the winner.

All results are unofficial until canvassed.