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Election Information

The Mayor and Council Members in Positions 1 and 3 shall be elected for two-year terms at the general election in even-numbered years. Council Members in Positions 2, 4, and 5 shall be elected in the general election in odd-numbered years. 


Each of the five Council Members and the Mayor shall, on the date of the election, be at least 18 years of age, a citizen of the United States and a registered, qualified voter of the State of Texas. They must also have resided within the corporate limits of Oak Ridge North for at least one year preceding the election. Members must not be in arrears in tax payments or other liabilities to the City; they should not be disqualified by any provision of any section of the City Code. 


Any member of the Council that ceases to possess qualifications specified above or that is convicted of a felony before or while in office shall immediately forfeit that office. No Council person shall hold any other public office except for Notary Public, member of the National Guard or Military Reserves or retired member of the Armed Services. 


Election Resources
The following information and downloadable forms are being provided for your convenience.  Once an application has been filed, the filer will be provided with a complete packet of election information containing forms and guides for the election. The forms and guides are updated to comply with changes made to the law. 


**2024 Election Information and resources is continuously in the process of being updated**
If you have any questions at this time, please contact Elizabeth Harrell at 832-381-3303 or

Notice of Deadline to File an Application for Place on the Ballot 
Ordinance No. 01-2024 - Calling General Elections 2024
Notice of Ballot Position Drawing - February 2024
Notice of General Election to All Qualified Voters within the City of ORN - 2024
Canvass Report of General Election 2024 - ORN Doc



2024 Election Candidate Packet 
Filers will find answers to most of their questions in the instruction guides to the forms.  

Method of Filing Application. [Sec. 1.007(c)] -

Mail. An application filed by mail is considered filed at the time of its receipt by the appropriate authority.  The time of receipt is the time at which a post office employee:

Places it in the actual possession of the authority or an agent; or

Deposits it in the authority's mailbox or at the usual place of delivery for the authority's official mail.  [Sec. 1.009]

Filing in Person:  The Elections Division recommends that political subdivisions take steps to have someone available for at least a few hours most days during the candidate filing period to accept filings, and that political subdivisions post a schedule on their websites and on the bulletin boards where notices of meetings are posted of the days and times when someone will be available to accept filings. The Elections Division also strongly recommends having someone available at the place of business on the filing deadline, especially from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Filing by Fax or Email:  A signed, sworn, scanned candidate application (and petition, if applicable) may be submitted by fax or email if there is no filing fee. The filing authority must establish a dedicated email address for the submission of candidate applications.  This fax number or email address should be posted on the Notice of Deadline to File Applications for Place on the Ballot (PDF) or wherever information about filing candidate applications is posted, including your website notice.  Please be advised that an application must be notarized (or otherwise sworn to before someone authorized to administer an oath under Texas law) prior to filing via fax or email. 

NEW LAW:  House Bill 3107 (2021) amended Sections 1.007(c), 141.040, and 143.004 to codify this SOS advice.


NOTE: Employee Rule - an application filed by personal delivery is considered properly filed if filed with an employee of the authority at the authority's usual place for conducting official business. [Sec. 1.007]

Please contact City Secretary Elizabeth Harrell at or at 832-381-3303 for additional guidance. 


                                      2024                              CANDIDATE              CAMPAIGN FINANCE              CURRENT
                                      CANDIDATES                APPLICATIONS         REPORTS                                 OFFICE HOLDER

Mayor                            Paul Bond                     Paul Bond                   Bond - 30 Days - 8 Days        Paul Bond

                                       Russell Dudley             Russell Dudley           Dudley - 30 Days - 8 Days

Council Place 1              Rick Moffatt                 Rick Moffatt                                                                  Rick Moffatt


Council Place 3             Alex Jones                   Alex Jones                                                                   Alex Jones

Application for Ballot by Mail
Application for Place on General Election Ballot 
Application for Place on Special Election Ballot
Appointment of Campaign Treasurer (Form CTA) 
Candidate/Officeholder Campaign Finance Report (Form C/OH) 
Candidate/Officeholder Report of Unexpended Contributions (Form C/OH-UC) 
Certificate of Withdrawal
Conflict of Interest Questionnaire (Form CIQ)
Fair Campaign Practices Act (Form CFCP) 
Local Government Officer Conflicts Disclosure Statement (Form CIS) 
Poll Watcher's Guide 


Helpful Links
Texas Secretary of State 
Texas Ethics Commission 
Montgomery County Elections
Texas Department of Transportation 
League of Women Voters of Montgomery County

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