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The City Secretary serves as the Elections Administrator for all City of Manor general and special elections as prescribed by the Election Code of the State of Texas. Municipal elections are held every November on the Uniform Election Date, as authorized by state law. City elections are conducted in accordance with the Texas Election Code.
Manor's governing body is composed of a mayor and six council members, all of whom have an equal vote in making decisions for the city. While there are seven council places, they are not divided into geographic districts, they all represent the entire community. The Mayor and the Council Members are elected at-large, by Place. Each seat on the council, except for the position of mayor, are numbered as Place 1 through Place 6. The Council Member occupying a particular seat is identified by the Place number assigned to that council seat.
On November 3, 2020, Special Election, City of Manor residents voted for the approval of Proposition B - City Council Four-Year Term of Office.
** Beginning in November 2021 General Election, the Mayor and Council Members are elected by majority vote; and Mayor and Council Members will be elected for four-year terms pursuant to the transition schedule:
(1) The candidates elected to Places 2, 4, and 6 in the November 2020 general election shall serve two-year terms.
(2) For the November 2021 general election, the Mayor and Places 1, 3, and 5 will be elected for three-year terms.
(3) For the November 2022 general election, Places 2, 4, and 6 will be elected to four-year terms.
(4) For the November 2024 general election, the Mayor and Places 1, 3, and 5 will be elected for four-year terms.
(5) Thereafter, the candidates elected to the city council in the November general election will be elected to four-year terms.
The City of Manor has contracted with Travis County for all election services.
For Travis County Election Results visit Election Results
For all other Elections please visit Travis Council Elections
November 7, 2023 - Manor Special Bond Election
November 5, 2024 - Manor General Election (Mayor, Council Place Nos 1, 3 and 5)
November 3, 2026 - Manor General Election (Council Place Nos 2, 4 and 6)
Running for Office?
If you are interested in running for city office, please visit Candidate Information
In accordance with the state law, the City Secretary will accept applications from qualified persons interested in running for an elected office during the "filling period". There is no filing fee.
During the "filing period", qualified persons may file as a candidate during business hours 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding holidays at the City Secretary's Office at Manor City Hall, 105 E. Eggleston St. Manor, Texas.
Where do I vote?
During Early Voting and on Election Day you may vote at any polling location in Travis County where you see a "Vote Here" Sign.
A list of polling locations can be found here. (These locations are subject to change per the determination of the Travis County Elections Division)
Am I registered to vote?
Exercise your right to vote in Texas! The Secretary of State manages elections and voting in Texas. Check your registration status here, learn how to register, and know what you’ll need on election day.
New Voting System Information
Ballots By Mail
Photo Identification Requirements for Texas Voters can be found here.
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