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.