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Early Voting for June 10, 2017, Runoff Election Begins Tuesday

Early voting for Arlington’s June 10, 2017, Runoff Election begins Tuesday, May 30, and will continue through Tuesday, June 6. Voters will decide the District 3 and District 5 Arlington City Council representatives. The candidates for the open District 3 seat, vacated by Councilman Robert Rivera, are Roxanne Thalman and Marvin Sutton.…

Early Voting for May 6, 2017, Joint General and Special Elections Begins Monday

Early voting for Arlington’s May 6, 2017, Joint General and Special Elections begins Monday, April 24, and will continue through Tuesday, May 2. In Arlington, voters are electing a mayor and City Council representatives for Districts 3, 4, 5 and 8. Voters will also consider two propositions. Proposition 1 is whether $45…

Early Voting Begins October 24 Through November 4, 2016

Early voting for the Presidential General Election and the Arlington Special Election for the proposed Texas Rangers Ballpark Project begins Monday, October 24 and runs until Friday, November 4, 2016. Voters have six locations in Arlington in which to cast their early ballot: South Service Center, 1100 SW Green Oaks Blvd., 76017…

Voters Return Three Council Incumbents, Elect New At-Large Representative

Arlington voters re-elected three incumbent City Council members and elected a new representative to fill the open District 7 seat that Councilmember Jimmy Bennett decided not to seek re-election for in the May 7 election. Victoria Farrar-Myers won the at-large District 7 seat with 73.19 percent of the vote, according to unofficial voting totals.…

Arlington Voters Decide Four City Council Seats

The polls closed at 7 p. m. Saturday, May 7, 2016, for the joint general and special elections. Ballots are now being counted. Arlington voters cast ballots for four Arlington City Council seats, two of which were contested. Here are unofficial early voting results: District 1Charlie Parker – 924 votes, 70.16 percent Kelly Canon – 393 votes,…

Arlington Voters to Decide Municipal Races, Proposition for Red Light Cameras

The polls closed Saturday, May 9, 2015, at 7 p. m. for the joint general and special elections, and now ballots are being counted. Arlington voters cast ballots for mayor and city council, and weighed in on a proposed charter amendment that would remove red light cameras in the City. Here are unofficial early…

Arlington’s $236 Million Bond Package Approved by Early Voters

Early voters in Arlington approved Tuesday the five-year, $236 million bond package that focuses on streets, parks, fire facilities and libraries. The bond projects will not increase property taxes. Many of the proposed projects would renovate, rebuild and update existing facilities throughout the City. Proposed new projects include a recreation/aquatic center…