The following is a list of opposed candidates and issues on the May 1 ballots:

City of Fate

Council Member, Place 5

• Donovan Heinrich

• Jm DeLand

City of Fate Special Election

Proposition A

The issuance of$15 million of bonds by the City of Fate, Texas for street and road improvements in the city and levying a tax sufficient to make the payments and interest thereon.

• For

• Against

Proposition B

Termination of the Fate Development Corporation (Type B) and its associated sales tax; and the adoption of a local sales and use tax in the city of Fate at the rate of one and one-half (1.5) percent. This would result in no net change in the total sales tax rate.

• For

• Against

City of Heath

Council Member, Place 6

• Rich Krause

• Jeff Ivy

City of McLendon-Chisholm

Council Member, Place 5

• Val Bodart

• Dan Tucker

City of Rockwall

Council Member, Place 3

• Priscylla Bento

• Jerry Welch

• Clarence L Jorif

• Dennis Lewis

• Ron Smith

City of Rowlett

Texas Bond Election

Proposition A

The issuance of $19,499,000 of bonds by the city of Rowlett, Texas for paving and drainage improvements in the city and levying a tax sufficient to make the payments of principal and interest thereon.

• For

• Against

Proposition B

The issuance of $7,365,000 bonds by the city of Rowlett, Texas, for designing, constructing, improving and equipping parks, trails and recreational facilities, and levying a tax sufficient to make the payments of principal and interest thereon.

• For

• Against

Proposition C

The issuance of $2,286,000 bonds by the city of Rowlett, Texas, for designing, constructing, improving and equipping public safety facilities, including fire and police facilities and an emergency warning system and levying a tax sufficient to make the payments of principal and interest thereon.

• For

• Against

Special Charter Amendment Election

Proposition A

Shall Subsection (3) (“Term Limits”) of Section 3.02 of the Rowlett City Charter be amended to extend the term limits of the Mayor and Councilmembers from two (2) consecutive terms to three (3) total terms, whether or not consecutive, thereby imposing term limits, and to define the length of service constituting a full term?

• For

• Against

Proposition B

Shall Subsections (1) and (2) of Section 3.11 (“Compensation for the Mayor and Councilmembers”) of the Rowlett City Charter be amended to change the compensation to $750 per month for the mayor and $450 per month for councilmembers?

• For

• Against

Proposition C

Shall Section 5.03 (“City Auditor”) of the Rowlett City Charter be amended to change “may” to “shall” and remove the requirement for an ordinance?

• For

* Against

Proposition D

Shall Section 3.21 (“Code of Ethics”) of the Rowlett City Charter be amended to add a requirement that a Code of Ethics include provisions regarding the use of social media?

• For

• Against

Proposition E

Shall Subsection (1) (“Establishment”), Appendix “E” Endnotes, Subsection (2) (“Additional Courts”), Subsection (3) (“Civil and Concurrent Jurisdiction”) and Subsection (7) (“Clerk”) of Section 2.03 (“Municipal Court”) of the Rowlett City Charter be amended to add an explanatory endnote following the first sentence of Section 2.03(1), to reference Section 5.04 of the Charter regarding terms of office, to provide for civil and concurrent jurisdiction, and to change the appointment authority of the Municipal Court Clerk and Deputy Clerks from the City Manager to the Presiding Judge?

• For

• Against

Proposition F

Shall Subsections (1) (“Appointment”) and (2) (“Duties”) of Section 5.04 (“Municipal Judge”) of the Rowlett City Charter be amended to remove two-year terms of office for the Chief Judge and alternate or associate judges and to provide for the supervision of court staff by the Chief Judge?

* For

* Against

City of Royse City

Special Election

Council Member, Place 2

• Russell Ratterree

• Cortlin LaBlank

Rockwall ISD

School Trustee Election

School Board of Trustee, Place 1

• Sherry Packer

• Robert (Bobby) Gallana

School Board of Trustee, Place 2

• Frank Conselman

• Dalton Tasset

• Amy Johannesen

School Board of Trustee, Place 3

• Linda Mitchell Duran

• Jill Clewis

Royse City ISD

Proposition A

The issuance of $225,020,000 school building bonds for the construction, acquisition, rehabilitation, renovation, expansion, improvement and equipment of school buildings in the district, including related road and infrastructure improvements, and the purchase of the necessary sites for school buildings and levying and imposition of taxes sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the bonds and the costs of any credit agreements. Required statement for all school district bond propositions pursuant to Section 45.003 Texas Education Code: This is a property tax increase.

• For

• Against

Proposition B

The issuance of $4,980,000 school building bonds for the construction, acquisition, rehabilitation, renovation, expansion, improvement and equipment of athletic stadium facilities in the district, including related infrastructure improvements and levying and imposition of taxes sufficient to pay for the principal of and interest on the bonds and the costs of any credit agreements. Required statement for all school district bond propositions pursuant to Section 45.003 Texas Education Code: This is a property tax increase.

• For

• Against

Bear Creek Special Utility District

Vote for None or One or Two

• Bryan Block

• Colby McLendon

• Leon Marshall

High Point Special Utility District

Vote for None or One or Two

• Schiffon Darrell Hobbs

* David Heatherington

• Gloria Stidham

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