General and Special Election Results

General and Special Election Results
November 03, 2020


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
*+Wayne Carpenter 5,162 1,039 6,201
Daniel Bucher 3,167 621 3,788
*Guy O'Banion 2,524 507 3,031
Cindy Black 2,428 502 2,930

Top 2 vote getters in City Council race are considered elected.
* -- Councilmember Incumbent
+ -- Mayor

Number of Votes
Early Voting in Person 7,538
Early Voting by Mail 521
Election Day in Person 1,630
Total Number of Votes 9,374



The voting totals per Proposition are as follows:

Proposition For Against
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
Prop E
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.