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MAY 6, 2017 GENERAL ELECTION

The City of Richland Hills will hold a General Election on May 6, 2017, for the purpose of electing persons to City Council, Places 1, 3, and 5.

 Candidate Filings

Place 1                                    
 Place 3                                   
Place 5                                     
Travis Malone
 Curtis A. Bergthold
Athena Campbell
Larry Thayer
 Javier Alvarez
Gary L. Patterson
Andy Baugh
  Douglas Knowlton

MAY 6, 2017 SPECIAL ELECTION

The City of Richland Hills will hold a Special Election on May 6, 2017, for the purpose of submitting the following propositions to the qualified voters of the City  to vote "FOR" or "AGAINST":

Proposition No. 1

The adoption of a local sale and use tax in the City of Richland Hills at the rate of one and one quarter percent (1 1/4%).

Proposition No. 2 

The adoption of a sales and use tax for the benefit of the Richland Hills Type B Economic Development Corporation for projects previously approved by the qualified voters of the City of Richland Hills and to include public park purposes, community facilities, related maintenance and cost of operation of publically owned projects, and the promotion of new and expanded business enterprises at the rate of three-eighths percent (3/8%).

For information on voter registration and polling locations, contact Tarrant County Elections at 817-831-VOTE (8683) or visit www.tarrantcounty.com/evote.

Para la información sobre registro de votante y puestos de votación, póngase en contacto con Elecciones de Condado Tarrant en 817-831 VOTE (8683) o visite el sitio web en www.tarrantcounty.com/evote.

Richland Hills citizens are required to vote at their designated precinct on Election Day. Click the following link for precinct maps. Tarrant County Precinct Maps

Voting Information

City Council

The Richland Hills City Council is composed of a Mayor and five Council Members in places designated as 1 through 5. All are elected at large for two-year terms by registered voters within the city limits of Richland Hills.

Per the Texas Ethics Commission, committees and candidates must file applications and regular finance reports with the City Secretary's Office.

If you have any questions, please contact the City Secretary's Office, at 817-616-3810, or via email at cbourg@richlandhills.com.

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