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Thursday Is Last Day To Register To Vote In Texas' Local Elections

Enough is Enough Fort Worth formed during the George Floyd protests. They're now trying to register people to vote.
Enough is Enough Fort Worth formed during the George Floyd protests. They're now trying to register people to vote.

A slew of local candidates are running for local, municipal elections and Thursday is the deadline to register to vote.

Here’s How To Do It:


While the spring election hasn’t received as much attention as last November’s presidential and state Legislative contests, the candidates on the ballot potentially have much more influence on residents’ day-to-day lives.

  • Fort Worth is electing a new mayor and City Council.
  • Every seat on the Dallas City Council is up for grabs.
  • Arlington is picking a new mayor and three city council members.
  • Dozens of smaller cities have their own local races.


The only federal race on the ballot is Texas’ 6th Congressional District, where voters will choose a replacement for Republican Ron Wright. He recently died.

Early voting begins on April 19.

Got a tip? Email Bret Jaspers at bjaspers@kera.org. You can follow Bret on Twitter @bretjaspers.

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