All seven charter propositions pass in Round Rock

Seven propositions in the city of Round Rock are passing after early voting. (Community Impact staff)
Seven propositions in the city of Round Rock are passing after early voting. (Community Impact staff)

Seven propositions in the city of Round Rock are passing after early voting. (Community Impact staff)

UPDATED: 8:08 a.m. p.m. Nov. 4

All seven propositions passed in Round Rock during the Nov. 3 election, according to unofficial results from Williamson County and Travis County. Visit communityimpact.com/voter-guide/election-results to see results from all local elections in your community. The proposition numbers include:

Proposition A: Amendment to Sec. 14.04 of the Home Rule Charter of the City of Round Rock, Texas changing the conflict of interest regulations to follow Chapter 171 of the Texas Local Government Code.

  • 26,058 (76.22%) for

  • 8,131 (23.78%) against


Proposition B: Amendment to Sec. 14.08(a)(3) of the Home Rule Charter of the City of Round Rock, Texas to clarify the prohibitions against city officials and candidates requesting or accepting political contributions from city employees.


  • 31,573 (82.15%) for

  • 6,861 (17.85%) against


Proposition C: Amendment to Sec. 14.08(a)(4) of the Home Rule Charter of the City of Round Rock, Texas to prohibit city employees from contributing funds to a political action committee for use in a city election.


  • 31,316 (79.47%) for

  • 8,088 (20.53%) against


Proposition D: Amendment to Sec. 3.01 of the Home Rule Charter of the City of Round Rock, Texas to delete the second paragraph related to the transition from two-year terms to three-year terms.


  • 20,417 (57.80%) for

  • 14,909 (42.20%) against


Proposition E: Amendment to the Home Rule Charter of the City of Round Rock, Texas to repeal Sec. 14.10 regarding the submission of the original charter to the voters in 1977.


  • 21,988 (69.63%) for

  • 9,590 (30.37%) against


Proposition F: Amendment to the Home Rule Charter of the City of Round Rock, Texas to clarify in Sec. 3.08(c) the prohibitions against interference with Administration.


  • 26,797 (79.18%) for

  • 7,047 (20.82%) against


Proposition G: Amendment to the Home Rule Charter of the City of Round Rock, Texas to clarify in Sec. 3.17 the City Manager’s authority to designate assistant(s) for the Mayor and City Council.


  • 25,040 (71.66%) for

  • 9,904 (28.34%) against




UPDATED: 10:27 p.m. Nov. 3

The seven propositions in Round Rock appear to be cruising to unanimous victories. The latest results are with 30 of 57 Williamson County precincts reporting unofficial results.


Proposition A: Amendment to Sec. 14.04 of the Home Rule Charter of the City of Round Rock, Texas changing the conflict of interest regulations to follow Chapter 171 of the Texas Local Government Code.


  • 25,017 for

  • 7,763 against


Proposition B: Amendment to Sec. 14.08(a)(3) of the Home Rule Charter of the City of Round Rock, Texas to clarify the prohibitions against city officials and candidates requesting or accepting political contributions from city employees.


  • 30,270 for

  • 6,548 against


Proposition C: Amendment to Sec. 14.08(a)(4) of the Home Rule Charter of the City of Round Rock, Texas to prohibit city employees from contributing funds to a political action committee for use in a city election.


  • 30,048 for

  • 7,704 against


Proposition D: Amendment to Sec. 3.01 of the Home Rule Charter of the City of Round Rock, Texas to delete the second paragraph related to the transition from two-year terms to three-year terms.


  • 19,602 for

  • 14,246 against


Proposition E: Amendment to the Home Rule Charter of the City of Round Rock, Texas to repeal Sec. 14.10 regarding the submission of the original charter to the voters in 1977.


  • 21,100 for

  • 9,084 against


Proposition F: Amendment to the Home Rule Charter of the City of Round Rock, Texas to clarify in Sec. 3.08(c) the prohibitions against interference with Administration.


  • 25,689 for

  • 6,736 against


Proposition G: Amendment to the Home Rule Charter of the City of Round Rock, Texas to clarify in Sec. 3.17 the City Manager’s authority to designate assistant(s) for the Mayor and City Council.


  • 23,992 for

  • 9,487 against


This story will be updated with Election Day results when available. Visit communityimpact.com/voter-guide/election-results to see results from all local elections in your community.

ORIGINAL STORY

All seven of the Round Rock propositions are passing after early voting. Here are the tallies.

Proposition A: Amendment to Sec. 14.04 of the Home Rule Charter of the City of Round Rock, Texas changing the conflict of interest regulations to follow Chapter 171 of the Texas Local Government Code.


  • 23,814 for

  • 7,356 against


Proposition B: Amendment to Sec. 14.08(a)(3) of the Home Rule Charter of the City of Round Rock, Texas to clarify the prohibitions against city officials and candidates requesting or accepting political contributions from city employees.


  • 28,794 for

  • 6,165 against


Proposition C: Amendment to Sec. 14.08(a)(4) of the Home Rule Charter of the City of Round Rock, Texas to prohibit city employees from contributing funds to a political action committee for use in a city election.


  • 28,636 for

  • 7,217 against


Proposition D: Amendment to Sec. 3.01 of the Home Rule Charter of the City of Round Rock, Texas to delete the second paragraph related to the transition from two-year terms to three-year terms.


  • 18,691 for

  • 7,217 against


Proposition E: Amendment to the Home Rule Charter of the City of Round Rock, Texas to repeal Sec. 14.10 regarding the submission of the original charter to the voters in 1977.


  • 20,056 For

  • 8,630 Against


Proposition F: Amendment to the Home Rule Charter of the City of Round Rock, Texas to clarify in Sec. 3.08(c) the prohibitions against interference with Administration.


  • 24,471 for

  • 6,367 against


Proposition G: Amendment to the Home Rule Charter of the City of Round Rock, Texas to clarify in Sec. 3.17 the City Manager’s authority to designate assistant(s) for the Mayor and City Council.


  • 22,821 for

  • 9,009 against


This story will be updated with Election Day results when available. Visit communityimpact.com/voter-guide/election-results to see results from all local elections in your community.
By Joe Warner
Joe Warner is executive editor of Community Impact Newspaper. He previously served as managing editor for Central Texas and senior editor of the flagship Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto newspaper. He came to Central Texas from Metro Detroit, where he was editor and general manager of several daily and weekly publications. He is the former president of the Michigan Press Association and was on the MPA board of directors for nine years.


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