Election Results

Unofficial Results: General & Special Elections - November 3, 2020

Councilor, District 1

NameEarly VotingElection DayTotalTotal Percentage
Isaac Davila69811681452.75%
Keith Parker62610372947.25%


Councilor, District 2

NameEarly VotingElection DayTotalTotal Percentage
Steve DeGregorio70612182741.33%
Susan Kroll Euton1,0151591,17458.67%


Councilor, District 3

NameEarly VotingElection DayTotalTotal Percentage
Timothy P. Anders85211396555.97%
Alice Stratman Jozwiak6609975944.03%


Councilor, District 4

NameEarly VotingElection DayTotalTotal Percentage
Richard Olson1,7431631,90644.45%
Marc A. Morales2,1542282,38255.55%


Proposition A - Shall Section 3.01(c) of the City Charter be amended to eliminate staggered terms for the City Council?

VoteEarly VotingElection DayTotalTotal Percentage
Yes5,7637826,54563.68%
No3,3383953,73336.32%


Proposition B - Shall Section 3.01(e) of the City Charter be amended to require that no elected official shall serve more than a combined total of five (5) consecutive terms on the City Council or in the position of mayor?

NameEarly VotingElection DayTotalTotal Percentage
Yes7,6939988,69181.86%
No1,7072191,92618.14%


Proposition C - Shall Section 3.04 of the City Charter be amended to change the maximum allowable compensation to $400 per month for City Council members and $500 per month for the position of mayor?

NameEarly VotingElection DayTotalTotal Percentage
Yes5,8087516,55962.68%
No3,4574483,90537.32%


Proposition D - Shall Section 4.02 of the City Charter be amended to add the words “or she” and give the Chief of Police the power to appoint, discharge and remove police department personnel without City Council approval?

NameEarly VotingElection DayTotalTotal Percentage
Yes5,8707166,58662.38%
No3,4814913,97237.62%


Proposition E - Shall Section 5.01 of the City Charter be amended to eliminate the requirement that all City elections be held in May?

NameEarly VotingElection DayTotalTotal Percentage
Yes5,2156695,88456.61%
No3,9885224,51043.39%


Proposition F - Shall Sections 5.08 and 13.19 of the City Charter be amended to provide that elected officials shall take office upon completing the oath of office, and shall hold such position until his or her successor is elected and qualified?

NameEarly VotingElection DayTotalTotal Percentage
Yes7,9881,0299017,86.02%
No1,2841821,46613.97%


Proposition G - Shall Section 10.01 of the City Charter be amended to provide that the City shall not issue Certificates of Obligation without the unanimous approval of City Council?

NameEarly VotingElection DayTotalTotal Percentage
Yes6,8868907,77675.58%
No2,2202932,51324.42%


Proposition H - Shall the City of Rosenberg pass a resolution to approve construction and maintenance of a Splash pad with construction costs to be paid by the Rosenberg Development Corporation in an amount not to exceed $575,000.00, with maintenance and operations costs of $62,000.00 per year to be expended from the City’s general fund?

NameEarly VotingElection DayTotalTotal Percentage
Yes5009,7745,78354.83%
No4,3214444,76545.17%


Proposition I - Shall the City of Rosenberg pass a resolution to approve construction and maintenance of a Nature Center with construction costs in an amount not to exceed $3,000,000.00, including up to $385,000.00 to conduct an engineering plan, with maintenance and operations costs of $125,000.00 per year to be expended from the City’s general fund?

NameEarly VotingElection DayTotalTotal Percentage
Yes5643,8506,49361.36%
No3,7163734,08938.64%