June 18 Runoff Election Set for District 6 Arlington City Council Seat
By Office of Communication
Posted on May 09, 2022, May 09, 2022

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Arlington voters elected one new City Council member and re-elected two City Council members during the Saturday, May 7, 2022, General Election. A runoff election is scheduled Saturday, June 18 for the open at-large District 6 City Council seat.

District 1: Helen Moise was re-elected as the District 1 City Council representative. She was uncontested.

District 2: Raul H. Gonzalez was re-elected as the District 2 City Council representative. He was uncontested.

District 6: Because none of the four candidates received more than 50% of the vote, a runoff election between the two candidates with the most votes is set for June 18. Long Pham received 46.5% of the vote and Albert Parra received 35.9%, according to unofficial vote totals. Joshua Taylor and Chris “Dobi” Dobson also vied for the open seat.

District 7: Bowie Hogg won the at-large District 7 City Council race with 55.1% of the vote, according to unofficial vote totals. Cyndi Golden received 44.9% of the vote for the open seat.

Runoff Election Day Polling Locations

If you are voting between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Saturday, June 18, you can vote at any open polling place in Tarrant County. To find the closest polling location to you, please use the online Tarrant County Voter Lookup Tool.

Click here to learn more about Arlington City Council.

Visit the Tarrant County Elections website for more information.

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