Vote on May 4th for Dallas Mayor, Key Seats and DISD

Cast your VOTE for the 2019 Dallas Mayoral election and issues that affect you and your city. The election is a non-partisan blanket primary, requiring a majority of over 50% of the total vote by a candidate. If a winner cannot be declared, the 2 top vote-earners will advance to a runoff election on June 8. Dallas will also be electing all 14 members of the city council, and 3 of the 9 total members of the Dallas Independent School District. Learn more about the candidates…

Qualified candidates include:

  • Mike Ablon – Real Estate Developer
  • Albert Black – Dallas Housing Authority Chair
  • Scott Griggs – District 1 Dallas City Councilmember
  • Eric Johnson – Texas House of Representatives Member
  • Alyson Kennedy – Activist/Socialist Workers Party Member/2016 Presidential Candidate
  • Lynn McBee – Philanthropist
  • Regina Montoya – Attorney/Presidency of Bill Clinton Aide/2000 Democratic Nominee for Texas’s 5th Congressional District
  • Miguel Solis – Dallas Independent School District Trustee
  • Jason Villalba – Texas House of Representatives Former Member

Thirteen candidates declared campaigns for Dallas Mayor ahead of the filing deadline. One dropped out voluntarily, while three failed to qualify, leaving 9 candidates for the May ballot. No clear frontrunners have emerged in the race.

Reference material taken in part from the following sources: ballotpedia.org, Wikipedia and The Dallas Morning News.

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