League City residents will cast their votes for a total of six open City Council positions during the November 8, 2022 election.
City Council Candidates are as follows
- Position # 1: Andy Mann (uncontested)
- Position #2: Tommy Cones, Billy Fregia
- Position #3: Tom Crews, Chris Dodson, Brian Hanby
- Position #6: Chad Tressler (uncontested)
- Position #7: Ange Mertens, Larissa Ramirez, Sean Saunders
- Mayor: Nick Long (uncontested)
*Position #3 is a Special Election for an unexpired position that opened when Councilman Larry Millican resigned in July. The elected council member will serve a two-year term to complete the remainder of the original four-year term.
Register to Vote
The last day to register to vote for the November 8, 2022 election is October 11. If you aren’t registered to vote, you may pick up a voter registration form at Helen Hall Library, City Hall, Hometown Heroes, the Civic Center, and Municipal Court. Fill out your form and drop it in the mailbox—no postage required! If you fill out your form at Helen Hall Library, they are a designated Voter Registration Facility and can mail your form for you.
Don’t know if you're registered to vote? Check your status here.
Role of Mayor and Council
League City has a Council–Manager form of government. This means our City Council represents their constituency by being responsive to citizens’ needs, and tasks the City Manager with carrying out the delivery of these public services. Other council duties include establishing city policy by voting on issues relating to City ordinances and resolutions, appointing certain positions within the City government, voting on contracts, and adopting the annual City budget.
Council and mayor positions are volunteer, but do receive an annual stipend for attending meetings and performing other duties. Council members and the mayor serve a four-year term and can run for re-election for another four-year term. Council members may not serve more than two consecutive terms in the same position, nor can anyone serve as mayor following two consecutive mayoral terms.
For more details about local election ordinances, visit the Elections page.