GENERAL & SPECIAL ELECTION

November 3, 2020 Election Information


Nassau Bay residents will be asked to vote for the positions of Mayor, and Council Position 2, 4 and 6. Councilmembers who currently hold office (that were scheduled to be on the May ballot) will continue to exercise their duties until November. Residents will also be asked to vote on twenty-two propositions amending the City Charter. 

To vote in Nassau Bay’s election, a resident must be registered to vote at least 30 days before the election date. Citizens can register to vote until October 5, 2020 for the November election. To change your name or address, a completed and signed application is also required. Voter registration cards are available at the Harris County Clerk’s Office. 

Applications for ballot by mail (ABBMs) can be requested by calling the Harris County Elections Division at 713.755.6965. Applications can also be obtained online at www.harrisvotes.com. All applications for a ballot by mail that were filed for the May 2nd election and marked annual are valid for the November 3rd election. Additionally, single use ABBMs submitted for reasons of age or disability remain valid for the November 3rd election. A single use ABBM submitted due to absence from the county is NOT valid as the election date has changed. The deadline to submit an Application for Ballot by Mail is October 23, 2020 (received, not postmarked).

Governor Abbott’s order also requires Harris County to conduct the City’s election. Early voting will be conducted October 13th through October 30th.

For more information on the City’s November 3rd election, please contact City Secretary Sandra Ham at sandra.ham@nassaubay.com or by phone at 281-336-6281.

General & Special Election - POSTPONED to November 3, 2020


Nassau Bay residents will be asked to vote for the positions of Mayor, Council Position 2, 4 and 6. The following individuals have completed an application for the General Election ballot (listed in ballot order):

  1. Bob Warters, Mayor
  2. Ashley Graves, Mayor
  3. Jonathan Amdur, Mayor
  4. Phil Johnson, Council Position 2
  5. Bryce Klug, Council Position 4
  6. Matt Prior, Council Position 6

Residents will also be asked to vote on twenty-two (22) propositions amending the City Charter. The full list of propositions can be found here.

Legal Notices for the City’s General Election


City of Nassau Bay Notice and Order of General & Special Election (English, Spanish, Vietnamese, and Chinese)

NOTICE of Deadline to File Applications for Place on the Ballot (PDF)

Notice and Order of General & Special Election

NOTICE of Drawing for a Place on the Ballot

As of July 15, 2020, the following applications / legal forms have been received for a place on the General Election ballot. Additional candidate information can be found on the Candidates page.

Candidate Applications & Forms