Tyler officially approves putting city council races on November ballot

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TYLER, Texas (KETK) – The Tyler City Council unanimously approved putting city council races on the November presidential ballots.

The move was largely pro forma after the May municipal elections were delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

In Tyler, there is a race to pick a new mayor due to incumbent Martin Heines reaching his term limit. There are also races for council district 2, 4, and 6. Below is a list of the races:


  • Joel Rando
  • Don Warren

District 2 (West)

  • Broderick McGee (Incumbent)
  • Derrith Bondurant

District 4 (Northeast)

  • James Wynee
  • Nick Pesina

District 6 (South)

  • Brad Curtis

District 6 has remained vacant after the passing of interim council member Criss Sudduth. He was chosen in a special election back in 2019 after the seat was vacated by John Nix.

Below are a list of deadlines regarding the November 3 election:

  • October 5: Voter Registration Deadline
  • October 23: Deadline to submit application to vote by mail
  • October 13-30: Dates for early voting

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