UPCOMING CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATES FORUM

May 23, 2021 · Filed Under Events and News · Comments Off on UPCOMING CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATES FORUM 

Because none of the candidates for our District 7 City Council seat received the 51% majority of votes required for election, a runoff election between the two top vote getters, Leonard Firestone and Zeb Pent, is scheduled for Saturday June 5. The stakes couldn’t be higher for Arlington Heights. Please make an extra effort to vote this go round.

Want to get a better feel for these two candidates? A virtual Zoom forum between Firestone and Pent is scheduled for:

WEDNESDAY MAY 26 @ 7:00 p.m.

Sponsored by our Crestwood Association neighbors, the forum is open to any interested party.  Live presentations by the two candidates with Q&A will be moderated by Crestwood Association President Janine Lund. Advance registration is required.

Click here to register or go to crestwoodfw.org for details and registration.  Questions? cnafw.treasurer@gmail.com

 Early Voting hours are:

Monday May 24 – 8 am to 5 pm
Tuesday May 25 – 8 am to 5 pm
Wednesday May 26 – 8 am to 5 pm
Thursday May 27 – 8 am to 5 pm
Friday May 28 – 7 am to 7 pm
Saturday May 29 – 7 am to 7 pm
Sunday May 30 – 11 am to 4 pm
Monday May 31 – closed due to Memorial Day
Tuesday June 1 – 7 am to 7 pm
Saturday June 5 – VOTING DAY 7 am to 7 pm

Mayoral candidates are Mattie Parker and Deborah Peoples.  District 7 City Council candidates are Leonard Firestone and Zeb Pent.

If you’re over 65, disabled, or will be out of town on election day, you have until May 25 to request a ballot by mail, a.k.a. absentee ballot.   All requests for ballots by mail must be renewed annually; when you register for the ballot by mail you can opt for absentee ballots for all elections within the year, or for just a single election.

Call Tarrant County Elections at 817-831-8683 to find out if you’ve already registered, or to request a ballot by mail.  For more info, go to votebymail@tarrantcounty.com.

Historically, Arlington Heights has low voter turnout.  Let’s turn the tide!

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