Due to public health concerns surrounding COVID-19, the May 2, 2020 General Election for the purpose of electing the offices of Mayor and City Council Places 2 and 4 was postponed to November 3, 2020. By postponing the election date, the City is preserving all candidate filings and ballot order actions that have already taken place. This postponement does not have the effect of reopening candidate filings. View Resolution 571, Postponing the May 2, 2020 Election (PDF)
Early voting began Tuesday and runs through Friday, October 30, 2020. The first days of early voting saw long lines and record turnouts with more than 42,000 votes cast in Tarrant County on Tuesday. If you received a Mail-In or Absentee Ballot (these terms are interchangeable) but now want to vote in person, you must surrender your Mail-In Ballot to the Election Judge before you will be permitted to vote in person. If you've already returned your Mail-in ballot, you can track the status ( how-to video).⭐️ Local Election Information⭐️ Early Voting Polling Locations and Times⭐️ Check Wait Times at Polling Locations⭐️ Sample Ballots⭐️ Look Up Your Voting Registration Status⭐️ Photo ID Requirements ⭐️ Free Rides to the Polls
Who Represents Me?Members of the Kennedale Council are elected "at large" (rather than by district), which means that each resident is represented by the Mayor and Council as a whole rather than by a specific Councilmember. This site will, however, offer information about State and Federal representation.