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2019 Arlington mayoral election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Arlington mayoral election, 2019
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Turnout8.99%[1]
 
Candidate Jeff Williams Ruby Faye Woolridge Ashton Stauffer
Popular vote 10,613 4,668 1,809
Percentage 58.53% 25.74% 9.98%

 
Candidate Chris Dobson
Popular vote 1,042
Percentage 5.75%

Mayor before election

Jeff Williams
Republican

Elected Mayor

Jeff Williams
Republican

A mayoral election took place in Arlington, Texas, on May 4, 2019. The election was officially non-partisan.

Jeff Williams, the incumbent mayor,[2] was elected to a third term in office.

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I'll be quick my name is Courtney Miller I'm a criminal defense attorney and I live in Arlington Heights District seven six years ago I was sitting in my house in my living room watching a movie with my boxer birdie the lights were on I have floor-to-ceiling windows in the living room the blinds were up anybody who worked walked by would have seen that I was home at some point my dog demanded to go out and I let her back into the backyard and went back to watch my movie about five minutes later I heard her barking furiously and I went into the kitchen into the backyard where I keep my back door open and my storm door shut and as I walked to the patio I saw two flashlights flitting across my backyard in the dark in the grass and when I walked out to my patio I had to yell out coos back there and the answer that I got is it's the police I'm a white woman in a middle-class neighborhood and the circumstances of my call the police were called out to a barking dog not a welfare call a barking dog but the police came on to my property they started flitting around and creeping around stealthily they did not come to my front door and announce themselves what anybody could have seen that someone was home instead they fleeted around and they were stealthy and it wasn't until I cried out that they announced themselves as the police I am Alive and TEI is not and that's why that's why privilege right there my dog and I'm mortified to say that but after that night that was my feelings what if they shot my dog if that were a black woman in this city my fear would be what if they shot me commend you for wanting to have a police oversight committee what I ask of you is that you have a criminal defense attorney present on that committee knew much body cams all day we can tell you what's going on and we can name names

Candidates

The filing deadline for candidates was February 15, 2019.[3]

  • Chris "Dobi" Dobson, substitute teacher[4][5] and candidate for mayor in 2013 and 2017
  • Ashton Stauffer
  • Jeff Williams, incumbent mayor
  • Ruby Faye Woolridge

Results

Results[1][6][7]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Jeff Williams (incumbent) 10,613 58.53
Nonpartisan Ruby Faye Woolridge 4,668 25.74
Nonpartisan Ashton Stauffer 1,809 9.98
Nonpartisan Chris "Dobi" Dobson 1,042 5.75
Total votes 18,132

References

  1. ^ a b "Cumulative Report — Official Tarrant County — Joint General and Special Elections Live — May 04, 2019" (PDF). Tarrant County. 14 May 2019. Retrieved 21 October 2019.
  2. ^ "Arlington City Council term limits approved, meaning 3 seats will be open in May". Star-Telegram. Retrieved January 20, 2019.
  3. ^ "Mayoral election in Arlington, Texas (2019)". Ballotpedia. Retrieved January 20, 2019.
  4. ^ "2019 Election Candidate Filing List - Arlington, TX" (PDF). Retrieved January 20, 2019.
  5. ^ "Arlington City Council candidates on May 6 ballot". Star-Telegram. Retrieved January 20, 2019.
  6. ^ "05-04-2019 -- JOINT GENERAL AND SPECIAL ELECTIONS". Tarrant County. Retrieved 21 October 2019.
  7. ^ "May 4, 2019 General Election" (PDF). Arlington, Texas. Retrieved 22 October 2019.
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