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Rockwall County 2020 General Election Results

by Front Porch Rockwall

 

 

54,172 residents of Rockwall County, 75.83 % of registered voters, cast ballots in the 2020 General Election. You can see a list of results below.

 

President of the United States

REP Donald J. Trump / Michael R. Pence-67.98%

DEM Joseph R. Biden / Kamala D. Harris-30.37%

State Representative, Dist. 33

REP Justin Holland – 72.40%
DEM Andy Rose – 27.60%

County Tax Assessor-Collector

REP Kim Sweet – 72.86%
DEM Amber Crimmings – 27.14%

County Commissioner Pct. 3

REP Dennis Bailey – 71.38%
DEM Merceda Winder – 28.62%

Justice of the Peace, Pct. 3 JP3

REP Mark Russo – 72.59%
DEM Tim Wells – 27.41%

City Council Member Place 2, City of Fate

Merle ‘Jake’ Jacobson – 40.00%
John P. Brandt – 43.33%
Sean Demoe – 16.67%

City Council Member Place 3, City of Fate

Christopher Ash – 50.03%
Ian Fields – 13.68%
Heather Buegler – 36.29%

City of Fate Proposition A

*The issuance of $3,250,000 of bonds by the City of Fate for the designing, constructing, improving, expanding and equipping parks, trails and recreational facilities in the city

For – 50.57%
Against – 49.43%

School Board Trustee Place 2, Royse City ISD

Christina Carrion – 45.59%
Cindi Jobe – 30.69%
Eric Price – 23.72%

School Board Trustee Place 6, Rockwall ISD

Peter Flores – 30.88%
Courtney Gober – 24.56%
Amy Hilton – 44.56%

City Council Member Place 1, City of Rowlett

Blake Margolis – 60.10%
Cindy Gonzales-Baker – 39.90%

Mayor, City of McLendon-Chisholm

Valerie Bodart – 43.42%
Keith Short – 56.76%

City Council Member Place 4, City of McLendon-Chisholm

Brian Davis – 58.16%
Daniel Tucker – 41.84%

City Council Member Place 6, City of Wylie

Garrett Mize – 52.12%
Eric Russell – 47.88%

City Council Member Place 2, City of Wylie

Dave Strang – 53.30%
Tom Ambrose – 46.70%

City of Wylie Proposition A

*Shall Article I, Section 3 of the City Charter be amended to update references to applicable state law governing the extension of boundaries?

For – 70.40%
Against – 29.60%

City of Wylie Proposition B

*Shall Article II, Section 1 of the City Charter be amended to update the reference to applicable state law governing the powers of the City?

For – 67.02%
Against – 32.98%

City of Wylie Proposition C

*Shall Article III, Section 1 (B) of the City Charter be amended to remove obsolete transitional provisions that are no longer necessary?

For – 82.11%
Against – 17.89%

City of Wylie Proposition D

*Shall Article III, Section 6 (C) of the City Charter be amended to clarify the process for the filling of vacancies occurring on the City Council?

For – 84.86%
Against – 15.14%

City of Wylie Proposition E

*Shall Article III, Section 9 of the City Charter be amended to update the reference to applicable state law regarding meetings of City Council?

For – 83.81%
Against – 16.19%

City of Wylie Proposition F

*Shall Article III, Section 12 of the City Charter be amended to conform to state law regarding public testimony at open meetings of the City Council?

For – 83.68%
Against – 16.32%

City of Wylie Proposition G

*Shall Article V, Section 2 (A) of the City Charter be amended to conform to state law regarding eligibility to file for an elective office?

For – 84.04%
Against – 15.96%

City of Wylie Proposition H

*Shall Article V, Section 3 (C) of the City Charter be amended to conform to state law regarding early voting ballots?

For – 82.31%
Against – 17.69%

City of Wylie Proposition I

*Shall Article VIII, Section 2 (D) of the City Charter be amended to update the reference to applicable state law regarding Board of Adjustment members?

For – 79.56%
Against – 20.44%

City of Wylie Proposition J

*Shall Article XI, Section 26 of the City Charter be amended to update the reference to applicable state law regarding amendments to the City Charter?

For – 81.87%
Against – 18.13%

To view the full results for all races visit rockwallvotes.com.

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