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The original item was published from 4/28/2021 5:36:10 AM to 6/2/2021 12:00:07 AM.
Posted on: April 19, 2021
[ARCHIVED] Early Voting starts today April 19th for May 1 City Council Election
Early voting for the May 1st Election that will decide the Haslet Office of Mayor and two City Council races kicks of on Monday, April 19th. Area voters may cast their ballot at any polling location in Tarrant County, including the former Haslet Elementary School at 501 Schoolhouse Road, throughout early voting (which ends Tuesday, April 27th) and on Election Day itself.
The May 1 ballot will have voters deciding between two candidates for each of the City Council races up for re-election this year. For Mayor, voters will choose between (in ballot order) Gary Hulsey and Bob Golden, Incumbent; for Council Member Place Two between Kerry D. Ricketts and Harold Williams, Incumbent; and for Council Member Place Four between Hector Najera and Patricia Hilborn, Incumbent.
City of Haslet Mayor and City Council members are elected at-large by the registered voters for two-year terms. City Council is also a non-partisan race, which means voters will not see party affiliations beside the candidates' name.
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