Election Information

Run-off Election for Mayor's Special Election - June 8, 2019

The May 4, 2019 Special Election to fill an unexpired term for Mayor resulted in a Run-off Election between Richard Reno and Cammy Jackson (ballot order).  The run-off election was ordered on May 14, 2019 with a Notice of Election posted May 15th and to be published in the Midlothian Mirror on May 16th.

Early Voting:

All Early Voting will be held at the Midlothian Conference Center, 1 Community Circle

Tuesday, May 28th - Friday, May 31st        8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Monday, June 3rd - Tuesday, June 4th      7:00 am - 7:00 pm

Election Day:

There will be three Vote Center locations available to all registered voters on June 8th from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm:

  • Midlothian Conference Center, 1 Community Circle
  • Midlothian Church of Christ, 1627 N. Hwy 67
  • Mountain Peak Community Church, 751 W. FM 875

Candidate Information

It is the responsibility and honor of the City Secretary's Office to conduct and oversee the City Council election process for the City of Midlothian. Elections are conducted annually on the Uniform Election Day in May (the first Saturday in May.)
However, Texas Election laws regarding campaign finances and legal matters limit the role of the City Secretary’s Office to accepting and filing the various candidate applications, affidavits and statements and noting the date of filing.

The required election forms and instruction guides are provided on this site for your convenience. Please note that all election records and campaign reports are considered Open Records and will be viewed as such by newspaper/media reporters and opponents.

Political Sign Information

TXDOT Rules on Campaign Signs

Please, do not hesitate to call or visit the City Secretary's Office if you are in need of assistance. After-hour appointments are available if necessary. 

Reporting, Contributions & Expenditures

Questions regarding reporting procedures, contributions and expenditures are to be directed to the Texas Ethics Commission at (512) 463-5800 or (800) 325-8506

Election Law

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