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Find the Balance.

Vote

Rockeymoore! 

for City Council

    I stand Out Front for

Justice.

I protect our river and our neighborhoods.

I look out for your best interest.

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Contact Us...

Monday October 4th is the last day to register to vote for this election. October 18-29 is early voting. November 2 is Election Day.

Folks, you can go to “vote411.org” to see if you are registered. You can also register there, and look up the bios and information and sample ballots for each candidate in the races in your districts.

 

You can look at San Marcos Elections website to find out where and when to vote. Check the website for hours and other polling places.

 

The following polling places are open for early voting: Government Center, Performing Arts Center on campus, Hays County Transportation Yarrington Building, Live Oak Health Partners in Broadway Street,

Out of San Marcos: Buda City Hall, HCISD Admin Arnold Transportation Building, Kyle City Hall, Live Oak Academy High School, Dripping Springs Ranch Park, Hays County Precinct 4 Office, Scudded Primary School, Wimberley Community Center.

Election Information

Email:
rockeymoore@gmail.com

Phone:
512.738.3013

I'Political ad paid for by Mark Rockeymoore Campaign

​​While on City Council (2018-20):

  • Alliance Regional Water Authority Board of Directors: Served during the construction phase of the water pipeline from the Carrizo-Wilcox Aquifer to secure the water future for San Marcos and other entities in the region 

  • Voted consistently for Affordable Housing initiatives in the City of San Marcos

  • Voted consistently for flood mediation and floodplain modifications to protect our people and city from devasting flood events. 

  • Voted consistently for Environmental Justice initiatives, to include social equity issues for disparate populations in the City of San Marcos

  • Voted consistently to support new business incubation in the City of San Marcos while fighting to make them pay their own way with no tax rebates or the lowest amount possible

  • Voted consistently in support of citizens deciding for themselves what their neighborhoods should look like

  • Chair of Criminal Justice Committee: Passed Cite and Release Ordinance