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The City of Manor appreciates your consideration and interest to run for an elected official position. The City of Manor will be holding a General Election on November 8, 2022, for the following positions on the City Council:
Council Member, Place 2; Council Member, Place 4; and Council Member, Place 6 (4-year term)
On November 3, 2020, Special Election, City of Manor residents voted for the approval of Proposition B - City Council Four-Year Term of Office.
Mayor and City Council members will be elected for four years pursuant to the transition schedule:
Qualifications For Office
The City Charter Section 3.03 outlines the qualifications to file for office and excerpt of this section is provided below for you.
November 8, 2022 General Election
The first day to file for a place on the ballot is Saturday, July 23, 2022. The City Secretary's Office will begin accepting applications at Manor City Hall, 105 E. Eggleston St. Manor, Texas starting Monday, July 25, 2022 through Monday, August 22, 2022. There is no filing fee.
Filing In Person:
Applications will be received Monday - Friday during business hours 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Filing by Mail:
An application submitted by mail is considered to be filed at the time of its receipt by the City Secretary's Office
City of Manor
City Secretary's Office
P.O. Box 387
Manor, TX 78653
Filing by Fax or Email:
A signed, sworn, scanned candidate application may be submitted by fax or email. Please be advised that an application must be notarized prior to filing via fax or email.
** Please contact the City Secretary's Office to confirm application was received **
Frequently Asked Questions for Candidates
Texas Election Law is very specific in many areas and the linked material below contains information and forms for the General Election. The information includes the following:
Once you have filed your application with the City Secretary, you may utilize the following forms during the campaign.
(All of the above forms and documents are available on the Texas Ethics Commission website)
The above forms are filed with the City Secretary, and as such, the City Secretary serves only as the custodian of the records for the benefit and convenience of the public.
It is the responsibility of the candidate to become familiar with the laws applicable to campaign contributions and expenditures. Adherence to the financial reporting procedures and deadlines is essential, since campaign reports are considered open records and thus open to the scrutiny of media and opponents. Should you have any questions regarding reporting procedures, contributions for expenditures, please call the Texas Ethics Commission office at 1.800.325.8506 or visit their web site, Texas Ethics Commission - Local Filers Non-Judicial Candidate/Officeholder
The duties of the City Secretary are limited to accepting and filing the various applications, affidavits and statements, and noting the date and time of filing thereon. The City Secretary is not able to judge or comment upon the timeliness or accuracy of any reports filed, or assist with forms completion.
City of Manor Code of Ordinances
(Note: Improperly placed signs will be removed by City personnel if they do not follow City of Manor Code of Ordinances and Texas Department of Transportation Regulations.)
Information from Texas Department of Transportation regarding placement of campaign signs.
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