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Due to public health and safety concerns related to COVID-19 the May 2, 2020 City of Burleson General Election was postponed to November 3, 2020 for the offices of: Mayor, Councilmember Place 2, Councilmember Place 4, Councilmember Place 6.
The candidates are as follows: Mayor - Chris Fletcher and Ken Shetter; Place 2 - Rick Green, unopposed; Place 4 - Todd K. Hulsey and Tamara Payne; Place 6 - Ronnie Johnson, unopposed.
Voting Locations: depends on the county you live in.
Johnson County voters Early Voting: Burleson Sub-Courthouse, 247 Elk Dr, , Room 104, BurlesonElection Day Voting: all voting is at your precinct onlyYou will need to ask for the City of Burleson ballot
More information for Johnson County voters
Tarrant County Voters Early Voting: Use any voting location in Tarrant County All sites are listed on Tarrant County's website https://www.tarrantcounty.com/en/elections.htmlClosest location to the city limits of Burleson is Crouch Event Center in Bicentennial Park, 900 E Glendale St, CrowleyThe City of Burleson election will be on your ballot, at the bottom
More information for Tarrant County voters
What do I need to bring with me to vote in any Texas election including city?
You are required to produce a photo id to vote, there are seven accepted forms:
All must be original not a copy – may not be expired more than 4 years
7. US Citizen Certificate
Must be original not a copy – Cannot be expired must be current
For more information on what to bring to vote
What if I want to vote by mail? What are the qualifications to vote by mail?
You must submit an application for a ballot by mail to the county by October 23, 2020
• Know your county – Johnson or Tarrant
Qualifications to vote by mail:
Mail-in ballot additional information can be found on the Texas Secretary of State website: https://www.sos.texas.gov/elections/voter/reqabbm.shtml or Votetexas.gov