City Elections

Early Voting totals will be published shortly after 7:00 PM on Election Day, May 1, 2021. Election Night totals will be updated as the polls close.

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Early Voting and Election Day Results in the May 1, 2021 General and Special Elections 

May 1, 2020 General & Special Election Poll Location Information

May 1, 2021 Election DAY Schedule
Van Raub School House Map

See a sample ballot and more information from the Kendall County Elections Department by visiting their webpage here.


Applications for Ballot by Mail

Applications for ballot by mail must be received by the Early Voting Clerk for the county in which you reside by close of business on Tuesday, April 20, 2021(not simply postmarked).




UPS, FedEx, DHL, etc.




Early Voting Clerk

1103 S. Frio, Suite 200

San Antonio, Texas 78207-6328




* (210) 335-0343


Early Voting Clerk

396 N. Seguin Ave.

New Braunfels, TX 78130



* (830) 608-2013


Early Voting Clerk

P.O. Box 2384

Boerne, TX 78006

Early Voting Clerk

221 Fawn Valley Drive, Ste. 100

Boerne, TX 78006

* (830) 331-8295


* IF YOU FAX OR E-MAIL YOUR APPLICATION TO THE EARLY VOTING CLERK, YOU MUST ALSO MAIL THE APPLICATION SO THAT THE CLERK RECEIVES IT NO LATER THAN THE FOURTH BUSINESS DAY AFTER THE DAY THE CLERK RECEIVED YOUR FAXED OR EMAILED APPLICATION. If you fax or e-mail your application by the deadline noted below, your application will be considered complete and timely as long as the original is received by the early voting clerk by the fourth business day after it was submitted by fax or e-mail.

* Only the applicant may submit their application in person to the Early Voting Clerk until the early voting period begins. However, after the early voting period begins for an election, the applicant may only submit their application via mail, common contract carrier, fax, or e-mail.

Mayor & Council Seats

The City Secretary’s office conducts and oversees the City election process. Open Council seats are at large positions; you may file for any one seat regardless of where you live in Fair Oaks Ranch. Select the following links for more information regarding our current Mayor and City Council.

Filing dates and times for the May 1, 2021 election were January 13, 2021 to February 12, 2021, 8 AM - 5 PM; Monday - Friday (unless there is a holiday). Please select the following link to view the Notice of Deadline to File Applications for Place on the General Election Ballot.

City Council elections are held the first Saturday in May each year. Future city elections will be:

May 1, 20212021 - 2024MayorFebruary 12, 2021

2021 - 20241February 12, 2021
May 1, 2021 Special Election to
Fill a Vacancy
Unexpired Term
Ends 2023
6March 1, 2021
May 1, 2021 Special Election to
 Fill a Vacancy
Unexpired Term
 Ends 2022
5March 1, 2021
May 7, 20222022 - 20253February 18, 2022

2022 - 20254February 18, 2022

2022 - 20255February 18, 2022
May 6, 20232023 - 20262February 17, 2023

2023 - 20266February 17, 2023
May 4, 20242024 - 2027MayorFebruary 16, 2024

2024 - 20271February 16, 2024

The following applications have been received for the May 1, 2021 Election  (List of applicants will be updated as new applications are received.) 

On Wednesday, January 13, 2021 Council Member Gregory C. Maxton applied for a place on the ballot for the position of Mayor. A Special Election will be included on the May 1, 2021 ballot to fill the Place 6 vacancy (as noted in the table above). 

On Friday, January 29, 2021 Council Member Snehal Patel applied for a place on the ballot for the position of Mayor. A Special Election will be included on the May 1, 2021 ballot to fill the Place 5 vacancy (as noted in the table above). 

At the regular City Council meeting on February 4, 2021, City Council approved Resolution 2021-05 ordering a Special Election for May 1, 2021 for City Council Places 5 & 6. The deadline to file was 5:00 PM on March 1, 2021. View the Notice of Deadline to File Application for Place on the Special Election Ballot Places 5 & 6.

Name of ApplicantApplication Filed for PlaceDate Received
Emily StroupCity Council, Place 11/13/2021
Gregory C. MaxtonMayor1/13/2021
David M. DelerankoCity Council, Place 11/27/2021
Snehal PatelMayor1/29/2021
Chesley MuenchowCity Council, Place 62/4/2021
Tim CorleyCity Council, Place 52/5/2021
Scott ParkerCity Council, Place 52/5/2021
Stephen D. MayCity Council, Place 62/25/2021
J.C. TaylorCity Council, Place 53/1/2021

Last Updated 3/1/2021 at 1:30 PM


As City Hall is not open to the public due to COVID, please schedule an appointment with the City Secretary's Office, if filing in person, by calling 210-698-0900, or dial the City Secretary directly at 210-409-2556 to arrange an appointment. You may also file electronically by submitting a notarized application via email at or via fax at 210-698-3565 ATTN: City Secretary.

Section 3.02 of the CITY CHARTER identifies the Qualifications for Office as the following:

The Mayor and each Council Member shall:

  1. Be a qualified voter in the City and State at the time of taking office;
  2. Be a resident of the City;
  3. Have resided continuously in the corporate limits of the City for 12 months immediately preceding the date of the election or or the date of appointment, as applicable;
  4. Not be in violation of any provision in this Charter;
  5. Satisfy any other eligibility requirements prescribed by law for the office for which they are a candidate.

Furthermore, Sub-chapter A, Sec 141.001 of the ELECTION CODE lists the following eligibility requirements:

(The information below is provided as a courtesy.  Please refer to the Election Code Official Link for possible updates).

(A)    To be eligible to be a candidate for, or elected or appointed to, a public elective office in this state, a person must:

(1)    be a United States citizen;

(2)    be 18 years of age or older on the first day of the term to be filled at the election or on the date of appointment, as applicable;

(3)    have not been determined by a final judgment of a court exercising probate jurisdiction to be:

(a)    totally mentally incapacitated; or

(b)    partially mentally incapacitated without the right to vote;

(4)    have not been finally convicted of a felony from which the person has not been pardoned or otherwise released from the resulting disabilities;

(5)    have resided continuously in the state for 12 months and in the territory from which the office is elected for six months immediately preceding the following date:

(a)    for a candidate whose name is to appear on a general primary election ballot, the date of the regular filing deadline for a candidate’s application for a place on the ballot;

(b)    for an independent candidate, the date of the regular filing deadline for a candidate’s application for a place on the ballot;

(c)    for a write-in candidate, the date of the election at which the candidate’s name is written in;

(d)    for a party nominee who is nominated by any method other than by primary election, the date the nomination is made; and

(e)    for an appointee to an office, the date the appointment is made;

(6)    on the date described by Subdivision (5), be registered to vote in the territory from which the office is elected; and

(7)    satisfy any other eligibility requirements prescribed by law for the office.

(a-1) For purposes of satisfying the continuous residency requirement of Subsection (a)(5), a person who claims an intent to return to a residence after a temporary absence may establish that intent only if the person:

(1)  has made a reasonable and substantive attempt to effectuate that intent; and

(2)  has a legal right and the practical ability to return to the residence.

(a-2)  Subsection (a-1) does not apply to a person displaced from the person's residence due to a declared local, state, or national disaster.

(a-3)  The authority with whom an application for a place on a general primary election ballot is filed under Section 172.022 shall, to the extent permitted by law, use Subsections (a) and (a-1) in determining whether a candidate meets the residency requirements for a public elective office.

(B)    A statute outside this code supersedes Subsection (a) to the extent of any conflict.

(C)    Subsection (a) does not apply to an office for which the federal or state constitution or a statute outside this code prescribes exclusive eligibility requirements.

(D)    Subsection (a)(6) does not apply to a member of the governing body of a district created under Section 52(b)(1) or (2), Article III, or Section 59, Article XVI, Texas Constitution.

Acts 1985, 69th Leg., ch. 211, Sec. 1, eff. Jan. 1, 1986.

Amended by:

Acts 2007, 80th Leg., R.S., Ch. 614 (H.B. 417), Sec. 28, eff. September 1, 2007.

Acts 2015, 84th Leg., R.S., Ch. 504 (H.B. 484), Sec. 1, eff. September 1, 2015.

Acts 2019, 86th Leg., R.S., Ch. 1047 (H.B. 831), Sec. 1, eff. January 1, 2020.

Election Forms

For an Application for a Place on the Ballot, visit the Secretary of State website, obtain a copy at City Hall, or click on the links below: 

Application for a Place on the General Election Ballot

Application for a Place on the Special Election Ballot

Questions regarding election law are to be directed to the City Secretary or to the Secretary of State at (512) 463-5650 or (800) 252-8683.

Title 15 of the Texas Election Code pertains to campaign contributions and expenditure.  All financial reports must be completed by the candidate’s campaign treasurer, signed by the candidate, and filed in the City Secretary’s office.  Questions regarding the forms, reporting procedures, contributions, or expenditures, are to be directed to the Texas Ethics Commission at (512) 463-5800 as the election law strictly limits the role of the City Secretary’s office to accepting and filing the various applications, affidavits, and statements, and noting the date of filing thereon.