2022 General Election

The City of Wimberley's 2022 General Election will be held Saturday, May 7, 2022.

The following City Council positions will be filled in the upcoming General Election: Mayor (Gina Fulkerson, Current Office Holder), City Council Place Two (Teresa Shell, Current Office Holder) and City Council Place Four (Jim Chiles, Current Office Holder).

Qualifications for Office: Type A, General Law City (Local Government Code, Section 22.032)

Mayor

  • Residence - 1 year in state prior to the filing deadline; 1 year in city prior to election day
  • Age - 18
  • Must be a registered voter in the county elected from by the filing deadline

Alderman/City Council Member

  • Residence - 1 year in state prior to filing deadline; 6 months in the city prior to filing deadline
  • Age - 18
  • Must be a registered voter in the county elected from by the filing deadline

The period for filing an application for a place on the City of Wimberley 2022 General Election begins on Wednesday, January 19, 2022, and ends on Friday, February 18, 2022, by 5 pm.

Candidates

Mayor

Gina V. Fulkerson (01-19-2022) (PDF)

Place Four

Jim Chiles (01-19-2022) (PDF)

Election Resources

The following information and downloadable forms are being provided for your convenience. The forms and guides are updated to comply with changes made to the law.

Notices

Schedule/Calendar

Candidate Guides/Packet

Filers will find answers to most of their questions in the instructions guides to the forms. Please email Laura Calcote, City Secretary, or call at 512-648-2403 for additional guidance.

Please note, as a candidate for public office, you are encouraged to read and become familiar with the information relating to campaign laws and procedures included in the packet.   Please be advised that the City Secretary's Office will be able to assist you with questions relating to the filing requirements for certain election-related documents.  However, the City Secretary's Office is unable to help candidates with the completion of such documents or pass judgment regarding the sufficiency and timeliness of their required filing.