Voter and Election Information

Town Election Dates


Early Voting, April 23, 2018 to May 1, 2018 CLICK HERE for locations and times.

Election Day, May 5, 2018, 7:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. at  Hickory Creek Town Hall, 

General Election for the purpose of electing a Mayor, Councilmember Place 2 and Councilmember Place 4.

Special Election for the purpose of repealing the sales and use tax on one-fourth (1/4) of one percent for the maintenance and repair of municipal streets; increasing the local sales and use tax from the rate of one (1) percent to a rate of one and one fourth (1 1/4) percent.

Candidate Filings

Name and Place
Filed Forms & Reports
Mayor
Lynn Clark
Application for Place on Ballot
Appointment of Campaign Treasurer
Campaign Finance Report Due April 5, 2018
Campaign Finance Report Due April 27, 2018
Charles Cleary
Application for Place on Ballot
Appointment of Campaign Treasurer
Campaign Finance Report Due April 5, 2018
Campaign Finance Report Due April 27, 2018
Councilmember Place 2
Richard DuPree
Application for Place on Ballot
Appointment of Campaign Treasurer
Campaign Finance Report Due April 5, 2018
Campaign Finance Report Due April 27, 2018
Charlotte Williamson
Application for Place on Ballot
Appointment of Campaign Treasurer

Campaign Finance Report Due April 5, 2018
Campaign Finance Report Due April 27, 2018
Councilmember Place 4
Paul Kenney
Application for Place on Ballot
Appointment of Campaign Treasurer
Campaign Finance Report Due April 5, 2018
Campaign Finance Report Due April 27, 2018
Kerby Pierre
Application for Place on Ballot
Appointment of Campaign Treasurer
Campaign Finance Report Due April 5, 2018
Campaign Finance Report Due April 27, 2018

Note: Candidate filings for each place are listed in the order the application was received.
If a candidate declares modified reporting and does not exceed the $500 political contribution or $500 political expenditure threshold, the candidate is not required to file pre-election Campaign Finance Reports.

Sales Tax Reallocation Special Election Information

The Town Council ordered a special election on January 30, 2018 for the purpose of repealing the sales and use tax of one-fourth (1/4) of one percent for the maintenance and repair of municipal streets; increasing the local sales and use tax from the rate of one percent (1) to a rate of one and one fourth (1 1/4) percent.

Vote in Favor

Vote Against

1 1/4 cent sales tax for General Revenue
1 cent sales tax for General Revenue
1/4 cent sales tax for Street Maintenance (expires 7/1/2018)

Effective September 1, 2015, the Texas Legislature authorized a municipality to hold an election to reallocate sales tax revenue. By doing so, it allows a municipality to determine whether dedicated sales taxes should be increased or decreased or whether a general revenue sales tax better serves it needs. A municipality may adopt a sales tax provided the combined rate of all local sales taxes do not exceed two percent.

Election Notices

2018 Notice of General Election
2018 Notice of Special Election
  

Election Results


CLICK HERE for the May 2018 Election Results
 

Voter Registration Information


CLICK HERE for information regarding Voter Registration