Belton voters passed all five proposed Charter amendments, selected a new mayor and two councilmembers, according to an unofficial tabulation of votes.
The voting totals per candidate are as follows:
|Candidate||Early Voting||Election Day In Person||Total Votes|
Top 2 vote getters in City Council race are considered elected.
* -- Councilmember Incumbent
+ -- Mayor
|Number of Votes|
The voting totals per Proposition are as follows:
|Proposition A -- 3 Year Terms/Places||5,012||1,713|
|Proposition B -- Appointment of Mayor||3,814||2,885|
|Proposition C -- Appointment to Fill Vacancy||4,659||1,974|
|Proposition D -- Flexible Election Day||4,254||2,335|
|Proposition E -- Flexible Polling Location||4,133||2,472|
|Number of Voters||Prop A||Prop B||Prop C
|Early Voting in Person||5,093||5,082||5,040|
|Early Voting by Mail||530||533||524|
|Election Day in Person||1,102||1,084||1,069|
|Total Number of Votes Cast||6,725||6,699||6,633|
|Number of Voters||Prop D
|Early Voting in Person||5,4,997||5,006|
|Early Voting by Mail||524||524|
|Election Day in Person||1,068||1,075|
|Total Number of Votes Cast||6,589||6,605|
The official canvass of election returns will be at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 10, in the Wright Room of the Harris Community Center, 401 N. Alexander.