2020 December Runoff Election

The City of League City will participate in a runoff election on December 15, 2020 for City Council Positions 4 and 5. The runoff election will be conducted by the Galveston County Elections Division, which will also host our League City Harris County voters. Other entities participating in the runoff election are the City of Dickinson and the City of Galveston.

If you have previously applied for an “Annual Application” Ballot by Mail, you will not need to reapply to receive a Runoff Ballot. If you need to check the status of your Application for Ballot by Mail, please call Galveston County, Elections Division at 409-770-6006.

Runoff Election Notice

Rachel McAdamRachel McAdam
League City has proudly been my family’s home for the past 11 years. I am a mother, educator, and leader. I want to give back to this outstanding community by ensuring that on the council there is accountability, responsible growth, public safety, and servant leadership. League City is a City of Choice and I want to continue to build on this tradition as our City grows. I recognize the value of being a good steward of taxpayers’ money. As a school principal, I know how to do more with less and I would approach the League City budget in the same way. As a public servant for the past 15 years, I understand building relationships and communication is key when representing the residents of League City.

John BowenJohn P. Bowen
As a 14-year resident, 12 on the west side and 2 on the east side, I believe I bring a unique perspective to understanding the issues that face all League City residents today. I believe in fiscal responsibility and accountability. Our ongoing needs of public safety, drainage, and infrastructure—including traffic—need a consistent, well-planned, forward-looking, and cost-effective approach. Additionally, I would propose a rigorous and ongoing lessons-learned review of our projects and regulations to ensure the best foundation to build upon for our future. Finally, I have chosen to self-fund my campaign, which I believe demonstrates my fiscal responsibility. This also allows me to be an impartial representative of the City I love and chose twice to be my home. My special interests are the citizens of League City. Please vote for John Bowen, position 4.

Wes ChornWes Chorn
As a longtime resident of League City, I look forward to serving as your League City Councilman. My conservative values, integrity, business savvy intelligence, and self-starter attitude have helped me accomplish many goals in my lifetime. As an experienced business owner, I will use my ability to manage people and resources, budget, and incorporate fiscal responsibility while maintaining an open mind. I have honesty and integrity to represent the people of League City.

The following are some of my primary focuses:

  • Improve drainage through the expedient implementation of projects.
  • Prepare for City expansion by implementing traffic, housing, and business plans for long-term growth.
  • Manage expenses. My plan is to review expenditures for League City as if it is my personal money.
  • Support the police. I am a huge supporter of the League City Police department, including equipping officers with safety equipment. I believe officers need the authority to do their job.

Vote Yes for Wes!

Justin HicksJustin A. Hicks
I’ve lived in League City for over 12 years and am an Air Force Veteran, a husband, and a father of four girls. I’m a conservative patriot and Christian, without apology. Polarizing times have inspired me to serve again. Now is the time for our citizens to have a voice. I’ve served my civilian career as an engineer and project manager in commercial maritime. My greatest strengths are delivering large projects and unique problem solving.

We need to ensure that liberal policies stay out of our City. Let’s protect our small businesses and support our police and first responders. I reject the idea of “not my job” or “nothing we can do.” It’s defeatism. I don’t subscribe to that.

We fight for what is right and we never give up.

I STAND for the flag and KNEEL before the Lord.

God bless League City, Texas, and the United States.

  1. Early Voting Polling Locations


Early Voting will be held from November 30 through December 4 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., December 5 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. (Justice Center Only), December 6 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. (Justice Center Only), December 7 through December 9 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and December 10 through December 11 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

  • Justice Center, 600 59th St., Galveston, TX
  • Rebecca Sealy, 404 8th St., Galveston, TX
  • Moody Methodist Church, 2803 53rd St., Galveston, TX
  • Galveston Fire Station No.7, 3902 Buccaneer, Galveston, TX  
  • GISD Admin Bldg., 3904 Ave. T, Galveston, TX 
  • Dickinson Community Ctr., 2714 Highway 3, Dickinson, TX 
  • Galveston County Ct. House, 722 Moody 2nd Floor, Galveston, TX
  • League City Rec. Room, 450 West Walker, League City, TX
  1. Election Day Polling Locations


Election Day will be held on December 15 from 
7 a.m. to 7 p.m. 

  • Rebecca Sealy, 404 8th Street, Galveston, TX  
  • GISD Admin Bldg., 3904 Ave. T, Galveston, TX 
  • Moody Methodist Church, 2803 53rd St., Galveston, TX
  • Galveston Fire Station No.7, 3902 Buccaneer, Galveston, TX
  • Dickinson Community Ctr., 2714 Highway 3, Dickinson, TX 
  • Blue Bldg., 144 Park, Suite 200, League City, TX
  • League City Rec. Room, 450 West Walker, League City, TX
  • Galveston County Ct. House, 722 Moody 2nd Floor, Galveston, TX
  • Dickinson City Hall, 4403 Highway 3, Dickinson, TX
  • The Watershed, 1751 East League City Pkwy., League City, TX
  • League City Public Works Bldg., 1701 W. League City Pkwy., League City, TX
Vote 2020