November 8, 2022 Election

  1. unofficial Hays County election results

100% Precinct Reporting

Mayor, City of San MarcosTotal Votes
Total Percentage
Jane Hughson11,101
John Thomaides6,587
Place 1, San Marcos City CouncilTotal Votes
Total Percentage
Matthew Mendoza8,866
Maxfield Baker8,160
Place 2, San Marcos City CouncilTotal Votes
Total Percentage
Saul Gonzales12,212
Atom Von Arndt4,013
City of San Marcos, Proposition ATotal Votes
Total Percentage
Hays County JudgeTotal Votes
Total Percentage
Mark Jones43,439
Ruben Becerra44,214
GovernorTotal Votes
Total Percentage
Greg Abbott38,942
Beto O'Rourke48,647
Mark Tippetts1,263
Delilah Barrios349
Lieutenant GovernorTotal VotesTotal Percentage
Dan Patrick37,71142.51%
Mike Collier47,64653.71%
Shanna Steele3,3483.77%
Attorney GeneralTotal VotesTotal Percentage
Ken Paxton37,02041.84%
Rochelle Mercedes Garza48,11854.38%
Mark Ash3,3453.78%
Comptroller of Public AccountsTotal VotesTotal Percentage
Glenn Hegar40,35045.82%
Janet T. Dudding44,96751.06%
V. Alonzo Echevarria-Garza2,7473.12%
State Senator, District 21Total VotesTotal Percentage
Julie Dahlberg16,54534.67%
Judith Zaffirini29,78262.42%
Arthur DiBianca1,3892.91%
State Representative, District 45Total VotesTotal Percentage
Michelle M. Lopez26,78940.82%
Erin Zwiener38,83559.18%

U.S. Representative, District 21Total VotesTotal Percentage
Chip Roy28,64154.09%
Claudia Andreana Zapata24,31045.91%
U.S. Representative, District 35Total VotesTotal Percentage
Dan McQueen11,70333.28%
Greg Casar23,46566.72%

Elections for the City of San Marcos are governed by Article V of the City Charter and the Texas Election Code. The members of the city council shall be elected from the city at large, and each council member shall be elected to occupy a place on the council, such places being numbered and designated 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and mayor. Each council member for places 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 shall hold office for a period of three years, staggered so that two members shall be elected to a regular term each year. The council member elected to the place of mayor shall hold office for a period of two years. 

The City Clerk’s office is responsible for managing municipal elections but contracts with the Hays County Elections Administrator for the conduct of the election. Hays County has switched from precinct-based voting to county wide voting in vote centers. Voting Center locations and times are available here. Vote Centers free voters from the need to cast their ballots at a specific polling precinct near their homes, allowing them to vote instead at any vote center in their county. Election Code 43.007 provides additional information on this program. 

The November 8, 2022 General Election is for Mayor and Council members Place 1 and 2.

  1. Important dates for november 8, 2022 election

  • January 1, 2022 - First Day to Apply for Ballot by Mail 
  • June 23 - Deadline to post notice of candidate filing deadline
  • July 23 - First Day to File for a Place on the General Election Ballot (Saturday "First Day" does not move; office hours not required) Candidate Packet can be found HERE
  • August 16 - Ordinance Calling Election - English Español (Last day to call is August 22, 2022)
  • August 22 - Last Day to File for a Place on the General Election Ballot (5:00 p.m.)
  • TBD - Drawing of Candidate Name for Place on Ballot (12:00PM)
  • October 11 - Last Day to Register to Vote ( or (
  • October 24 - First Day of Early Voting by Personal Appearance - Vote Center Locations
  • October 28 - Last Day to Apply for Ballot by Mail (Received, not Postmarked)
  • November 4- Last Day of Early Voting by Personal Appearance
  • November 8 - Election Day