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Correction: Tonight’s candidate forum starts with city council and ends school board candidates?


voting kicked off today for local offices across the state and it will run

every day including the weekend through April 30. During the early voting period, voters can cast a ballot at any open voting site in Tarrant County. Election Day is May 4, 2019.?{{more: continue …}}

For Kennedale

there are a dozen individuals running as candidates either for the Kennedale

City Council or the KISD Board of Trustees. This is an unusual election for residents not only because of the large number of candidates but that every office is contested and that there are just 2 incumbent running for re-election.

At the end of the day on May 4, there will fresh faces on both the school board and the city council.


Q&A Tuesday ?

The Kennedale

Area Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a Q&A tomorrow night, April 23, for candidates for

both the school district and the city. This

was an open invitation to each candidate and not all candidates may appear. Most candidates have indicated that they will be in attendance.?

  • Place:

    Kennedale High School Auditorium (not the Performing Arts Center) 901 Wildcat

    Way, Kennedale, TX 76060. Use the entrance marked GYM on the football field side

    of the high school.

  • Time: It is

    scheduled to begin at 6pm to 7:30pm for school board candidates and continues

    at 7:45pm to 9:15 for city council candidates.?


Election Information including candidate statements ?

Clarification: The

information in this article pertains to residents of the City of Kennedale for

city elections and residents of Kennedale Independent School District for

school board elections. This can get

confusing because many citizens live in Arlington and will vote in Arlington

city elections but they are also reside within the KISD boundaries and will vote for Kennedale school board. School

district boundary lines do not match city lines. There are other areas of

crossover such as Ft Worth ISD and the City of Kennedale.

If you have any questions about what elections where and who – check out Tarrant County Voter Lookup


voting (9 consecutive days):??

  • Dates/times:?
    • Monday- Friday, April 22-26 (8:00 a.m. ? 5:00 p.m.?
    • Saturday, April 27 (7am ? 7pm),?
    • Sunday April

      28 (11am – 4pm),?

    • Monday ? Tuesday, April 29 & April 30 (7am ? 7pm).?



  • When:

    Saturday, May 4, 2019 (7am ? 7pm)

  • Where:

    Kennedale Library/Community Center, 316 W 3rd Street, Kennedale, TX

    76060? for most residents but not all KISD voters. If in doubt, see?Tarrant County Voter Lookup


Kennedale City Council (two year term)?

Note: Candidates highlighted in blue submitted statements – click on name to read, click on back arrow to return to this page. Candidates are listed in the order that they will appear on the ballot.
  • Kennedale

    City Council, Place 1

    • Kennedale

      City Council, Place 3

      • Kennedale

        City Council, Place 5


          A ? Vacancies for Three Year Terms?

        Shall the

        Kennedale Home Rule Charter be amended to delete Section 3.06(a)(1) regarding

        filling vacancies for three (3) year terms as unnecessary, because the charter

        only provides for two (2) year terms??


          B ? Indebtedness?

        Shall the

        Kennedale Home Rule Charter be amended to revise Section 6.05 regarding the

        issuance of indebtedness by retaining the first sentence thereof (which

        authorizes the City to issue all forms of indebtedness permitted by state law),

        retaining the existing additional authority to enter into short term borrowings

        (less than one year), and deleting all other provisions thereof since they are

        otherwise provided by state law??


          C ? Initiative, Referendum and Recall?

        Shall the

        Kennedale Home Rule Charter be amended to revise Article XI by increasing the

        signature requirements for initiative, referendum and recall to thirty percent

        (30%) of the votes cast in the last regular election but not less than five

        hundred (500) by amending Section 11.01; and to allow for a public hearing

        prior to calling a recall election by amending Section 11.03?

        Candidates –

        Kennedale Board of Trustees (three year term)?

        Note: Candidates highlighted in blue submitted statements – click on name to read, click on back arrow to return to this page.?Candidates are listed in the order that they will? appear on the ballot.
        • PLACE 4
          • PLACE 5

            * indicates incumbent?

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