Arlington Voters Elect Jeff Williams New Mayor, Ban Red Light Cameras

Arlington voters have elected businessman Jeff Williams as the city’s new mayor.

Williams won the election with 58 percent of the vote over incumbent Robert Cluck, who won 39 percent of the vote.  Cluck was first elected as mayor in 2003 after spending two terms on the city council.

Four council members — Robert Rivera, Kathryn Wilemon, Lana Wolff and Michael Glaspie, Sr. — won re-election Saturday night.

The ballot proposition terminating the city’s red light camera program was adopted with  60 percent of the vote.

Here are unofficial election results:

Proposition 1 (Red Light Cameras)

 Votes

 Percent

For  15,885 60%
Against  10,808 40%

Mayor – City of Arlington

Jeff Williams 15,499 58%
Robert Cluck 10,461 39%
Didmus Banda 211 1%
Jerry Pikulinski 519 2%

District 3

Marvin Sutton 1,093 36%
Robert Rivera 1,734 58%
Daniel Melendez 178 6%

District 4

Kathryn Wilemon 6,396 81%
Nicolas Nervo 1,492 19%

District 5

Mark Liberto 579 19%
Eleonor Hernandez 576 19%
Lana Wolff 1,927 63%

District 8

Chris Dobson 5,473 25%
Michael Glaspie, Sr. 11,956 54%
Richard Weber 3,811 17%
Gregory Gerami 849 4%

For complete Election Day results, check the Tarrant County Elections website.

Articles Elections 05-09-15