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Who won, lost in Tarrant County during May's city and school elections

These are the candidates you’ll see on the Tarrant County primary runoff ballots in May

For the May 2018 Tarrant County primary runoff races, voters will be given a ballot with either Republican or Democratic candidates. Here are all of the races and candidates on both ballots.
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For the May 2018 Tarrant County primary runoff races, voters will be given a ballot with either Republican or Democratic candidates. Here are all of the races and candidates on both ballots.

Keeping up with local politics can be a daunting and confusing task sometimes. Even if you voted in March's election, you still have two more elections just this month to keep up with.

Our goal is to make the entire process simpler with this easy-to-use guide for the 2018 May election results that you can check as updates come in. This specific page is dedicated solely to the first of Tarrant County's two May elections, which takes place May 5 and focuses on city and school issues.

Keep an eye out later this month for a similar guide regarding the results of the May 22 primary runoff election.

Tarrant County Joint Election Results

The latest election day stories from around Tarrant County:

TRWD bond: Tarrant voters give early OK to $250 million bond for Panther Island project

Six Fort Worth bond proposals taking huge leads in early voting

Tea Party candidate ahead in early vote totals in Euless

Moise leads Odom-Wesley in early voting for Arlington City Council

Texans: You're voting twice in May. Here's what you need to know

Railroad commissioner? County Court-at-Law judge? County tax assessor-collector? When you head to the polls, know what the responsibilities are of the positions on your ballot. Here's a brief explainer on some of the key elected positions in Texas

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