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HomeMy WebLinkAboutRES 920071 - General Election May 2, 1992zly '�'ZCTU RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING PROCEDURES FOR A GENERAL ELECTION IN GEORGETOWN, TEXAS TO BE HELD ON MAY 2,1992. WHEREAS, the laws of the State of Texas and the Charter of the City of Georgetown—, Texas provide that on May 2, 1992, there shall be elected the following officials for this City: Mayor and three (3) Members of the Council: Districts 2, 6, and 7, and-, WHEREAS, the laws of the State of Texas and the Charter of the City of Georgetown, Texas further provide that the Election Code of the State of Texas is applicable to said election, and in order to comply with said Code, a Resolution should be passed establishing the procedure to be followed in said election, and designating the voting places for said election. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED AND ORDERED BY THE CIT COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN, TEXAS THAT: i All candidates for the election to be held on the first Saturday in May, 1992, for the abov mentioned positions shall file their application to become candidates with the City Secretary City Hall, 609 Main Street, Georgetown, Texas, on or before 500 p.m. on the forty-fifth d before the election, such date being March 18, 1992, and that all of said applications shal•e a form as prescribed by Section 141.031 of the Election Code of the State of Texas. I The order in which the names of the candidates are to be printed on the ballot shall be determined by a drawing by the City Secretary as provided by Section 52.0984 of the Election Code. SECTION H. 1. Polling Place "A" shall be located at the Georgetown Public Library, 808 Martin Luther King Blvd. Voters at polling place "A" will vote for Councilmembers in Single -Member Voting Districts 2, 6 and 7, and for Mayor. 2. Polling Place "B " shall be located at the Georgetown Independent School District Administration Building, 603 Lakeway Drive. Voters at polling place "B" will vote for Mayor. 1992 Order of Election Resolution 11200071 Page 1 of 3 Pages The City Secretary is hereby authorized and instructed to provide and furnish all necessary election supplies to conduct said election. Voting shall be conducted with paper ballots prepared in conformity with the Texas Election •(. The following named persons are hereby appointed officers for said election - In Polling Place "A" J. L. Akridge will serve as Presiding Judge, and Maria A. Herrera wiW preside as Alternate Presiding Judge, and the clerks for the election will be appointed in number • to exceed five (5) clerks. I In Polling Place "B" Delia Guttierrez will serve as Presiding Judge and Arlene Tays will preside as Alternate Presiding Judge, and the clerks for the election will be appointed in a number not to • five (5) clerks. 0 Dc" 0 relm Elizabeth Gray is hereby appointed Clerk for Early Voting. Sandra Lee, Donna Rogers Hogg, Cheryl Robinson, Marianne Landers Banks and :•• Hart are hereby appointe• deputy early voting clerks. The early voting for the above -designated election shall be at 609 Main Street, Georgetown, Texas, and said place of early voting shall remain open for at least eight (8) hours on each • specified for early voting, which is not a Saturday, a Sunday, •' an • state holiday, beginning on the 20th day preceding the date of said election, such date being April 13, 1992, and continuing through the 4th day preceding the date of said election, such date being April 28, 1992. Said place of voting shall remain open between the hours of 8-00 a.m. and 5-00 p.m. on each day for said early voting. Early voting shall also be conducted on Saturday, April 18, 1992, • 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 • and Saturday, April 25, 1992, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. All early voting shall be canvassed by an Early Voting Ballot Board. Delia Guttierrez shall serve as Presiding Judge, Arlene Tays as Alternate Presiding Judge. Election officials shall be compensated at a rate of $5.00 per hour, and officials who deliver the ballots and election supplies shall be compensated an additional flat fee of $25.00 over the hourly rate for their services. 1992 Order of Election Resolution -U-40927 Page 2 of 3 Pages 0 OLN 9 rl1, . Said election shall be held in accordance with the Election Code of this state, and only reside qualified voters of said City shall be eligible to vote at said election. i The Mayor shall give notice of this election in accordance with the terms and provisions" Sections 4.004, 83.010, 85.004, and 85.007 of the Election Code, and all necessary orders J -4i. writs for said election shall be issued by the proper authority. The City Secretary shall condu an unofficial tabulation of results after the closing of the polls. The official 1 canvass a 14 tabulation of the results of the election shall be conducted by the City Council at a Specill Session on May 5, 1992. It is further found and determined that in accordance with the order of this governing body, the City Secretary shall post written notice of the date, place and subject of this meeting on the bulletin board located at the City Hall, a place convenient and readily accessible to the general public, and said notice having been so posted, shall remain posted continuously for at least 72 hours preceding the scheduled time of said meeting. A copy of the return of said posting shall be attached to the minutes of this meeting and shall be made a part thereof for all intents and purposes. PASSED AND APPROVED on the day of 1992. TBE CITY OF GEORGETOWN Attest: // 17 17 -D C -PUT -Y Elizabeth Gray City Secretary Marianne Landers Banks City Attorney 1992 Order of Election Resolution WO-0/1- Paue 3 of 3 Pa -es W. H. Connor Mayor