North Richland Hills Mayor Oscar Trevino and Council Members Rita Wright Oujesky, Mason Orr, and Scott Turnage are unopposed for re-election and will be sworn into office for two-year terms on May 18. The filing period for the election was January 19 through February 18. Since there are no contested races, the City Council election has been canceled in accordance with state law.
While there will be no City Council races on the ballot, residents of North Richland Hills will go to the polls on May 7 to elect school board trustees for Birdville ISD and Keller ISD and to decide on two proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution.
Early voting will take place April 25 - May 3 at the NRH Library, 9015 Grand Ave., St. Paul Presbyterian Church, 4517 Rufe Snow Dr., and other locations across Tarrant County.
Please be aware that there will be no polling locations in North Richland Hills on Election Day. If you wait until May 7 to vote, you can do so at Watauga City Hall, Richland Hills City Hall, Haltom City Senior Center, Shady Grove Elementary School in Keller, or any other polling location in Tarrant County. The entities that are having elections determine the polling locations.
Visit Tarrant County’s election website for the full list of voting locations and to view your sample ballot.