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Voting Locations 

Uniform Election Day : May 1, 2021

tARRANT COUNTY

jOHNSON COUNTY

ELLIS COUNTY

Midlothian Conference Center | 1 Community Circle Drive | Midlothian, Texas 76065 

APRIL 25

Sunday

CLOSED SUNDAY

APRIL 26

Monday

7AM-7PM

APRIL 27

Tuesday

7AM-7PM

MAY 1

Saturday

7AM-7PM

Alma Martinez Intermediate School | 2100 Julian Field | Mansfield, TX 76063

APRIL 25

Sunday

CLOSED SUNDAY

APRIL 26

Monday

7AM-7PM

APRIL 27

Tuesday

7AM-7PM

MAY 1

Saturday

7AM-7PM

Though I am not on these 2021 county ballots, I am running for re-election on the May 7, 2022 ballot.  There are several city and school board positions on the 2021 uniform election ballot, that need your vote.  Note that  Johnson County residents WILL NOT vote in Alvarado or Lilian.  Johnson county Mansfield residents will now be voting at Alma Martinez Intermediate School located in the 287/Lonestar area. 

 

Early voting began April 19, 2021 and will last until April 27, 2021.  For information on your voting status or polling locations, check with your county election office or visit VoteTexas.gov

Thank you Mansfield!

I want to thank each and everyone of you for your support.  I would like to thank our entire team of individuals who have worked behind the scenes.  I would like to thank my wife and my entire family, the Bethlehem Church family, and each and everyone of you who have voted for me.  To those that didn't vote for me I would like to say we had some outstanding candidates for Mayor of Mansfield.  I definitely would like to thank Brent Newsom, George Fassett, and Terry Moore and I look forward to working with them in the future. 

 

We are blessed in the city of Mansfield to have a good team of people, throughout our community, who works toward the good of the citizenry.  I hope that while I get the opportunity to serve you, that I get to demonstrate to you that you are the first priority of the Evans administration. 

Congratulations to Todd Tonore and Tamera Bounds on their wins to the Mansfield City Council.  I look forward to working together with some outstanding individuals; Casey Lewis, Larry Broseh, Julie Short, Chief Mike Leyman, each of you who make up the Mansfield City Council.  We also look forward to working with our City Manager and his staff, Joe Smolinski.  I want to thank the outgoing Mayor David Cook for the outstanding job he has done for our city and we look forward to working with him as our State Representative in District 96.

Again, thank you to the Citizens of Mansfield, our team and each and everyone of you who casted your vote.  Your participation in the process is important!

Sincerely,

Mayor Michael Evans

City of Mansfield