City Council elections May 4, meet the candidates

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March 29, 2019
The upcoming city elections will be Saturday, May 4, though early voting will begin Monday, April 22 and go through Tuesday, April 30. Plano ISD board positions will be held the same day, all positions are at large, and residents may now vote at the Richardson Civic Center as well. Richardson ISD board elections will be Nov. 6.

City and school board elections traditionally have lower voter turnouts (read story in Community Impact with Richardson statistics). Thus, voters are strongly encouraged to show up to vote. These resources will help you make educated decisions.

The chamber’s Public Policy Committee will host a meet and greet with Richardson City Council candidates on Wednesday, April 10, 4-5:30 pm at The Drawing Board. Register here>>

Richardson Mayor Paul Voelker is uncontested and will continue for another term. Also uncontested are Mark Solomon (Place 2) and Steve Mitchell (Place 6), and thus will retain their seats.

Community Impact has developed profiles of the candidates. Click here to read the profiles.

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Place 1
Jason Clarke
Bob Dubey

Place 3
Dan Barrios
Franklin Byrd
Janet DePuy

Place 4
Raymond DeGuzman, Sr.
Kyle Kepner
Johnny Lanzillo

Place 5
Kenneth Hutchenrider
Mauri Long
PLANO school board candidates
Place 4
Heather Wang
Katherine Chan Goodwin
Lisa Kolodny
Place 5
Semida Voicu
David Stolle
Place 6 (unexpired term)
Greyson M. Dunn
Jeri Chambers
Place 7
Dylan Rafaty
Khalid Ishaq
Cody Weaver
Molly Ulmer, Chief Governance Officer