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Federal Races

Representative, U.S. House Texas District 25

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State Races

Governor of Texas

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Attorney General of Texas

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Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts

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Texas State Board of Education District 13

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Texas Commissioner of Agriculture

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Texas Land Commissioner

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Texas Railroad Commission

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Texas State Senate District 9

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Texas Supreme Court Place 3

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Texas Supreme Court Place 9 - Special

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Texas Court of Criminal Appeals Place 5

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Texas Second District Court of Appeals Place 3

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Texas Supreme Court Place 5

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Texas Court of Criminal Appeals Place 6

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Local Races

Tarrant County Clerk

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Tarrant County Justice of the Peace Precinct 2 Place 1

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Tarrant County Probate Court No. 2

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Tarrant County Commissioners Court Precinct 2

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Tarrant County Criminal Court No. 5

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Tarrant County Criminal Court No. 6

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Tarrant County Criminal Court No. 7

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Tarrant County District Clerk

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Tarrant County Commissioners Court Judge

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Tarrant County District Attorney

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Tarrant County Criminal District Court No. 4

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Texas 141st District Court

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Texas 323rd District Court

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Texas 324th District Court

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Measures and Propositions

Arlington City/Town Ballot Measures

Proposition AArlington, Texas, Proposition A, Mayoral and City Council Term Limits Charter Amendment (November 2022)

A "yes" vote supported this charter amendment to:
  • make the terms of mayor and city council members three years;
  • establish a 9-year term limit for the mayor and 9-year term limit for city council members; and
  • provide for staggered terms of office.
A "no" vote opposed this charter amendment, thereby maintaining the existing term limit of three 2-year terms for mayor and city council members.
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