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Results for the May 6 election

Check in throughout the night as election results come in from municipalities across North Texas.
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DALLAS — Voting for the May 6 election ends at 7 p.m. Saturday and results will begin to pour in. 

Though no Congressional seats are on the ballot, this year's May election features multiple local races as well as votes proposing bonds in communities across North Texas. 

Dallas Mayor

Mayor Eric Johnson, who ran unopposed, declared victory earlier tonight on Twitter. 

"It is the honor of my life to serve my hometown as Mayor," Johnson wrote. "This victory today belongs to the people of Dallas, and I am looking forward to continuing to lead our city to even greater heights over the next four years."

Johnson first assumed office in June 2019, and previously served the 100th District of Texas in the State House of Representatives from 2010 to 2019.

Fort Worth Mayor

Incumbent Mayor Mattie Parker has declared victory in the mayoral race. Results show, with 100% of precincts reporting, Parker one the race with 70% of the total vote and more than 21,000 votes. Her closest opponent was Jennifer Castillo, who collected 12% of the vote. 

This is Parker's second mayoral victory. She was first elected to the position in May 2021.


Frisco Mayor

Jeff Cheney has kept his mayoral position. With 100% of precincts reporting, he defeated Mark Piland with 55% of the vote, more than 9,400 votes in total. 

Cheney was first elected mayor in 2016, and previously served on Frisco City Council from 2007 to 2016. 

McKinney Proposition A McKinney National Airport

Voters overwhelmingly turned out in opposition of a proposition for a $200 million bond that would have expanded McKinney National Airport into a possible third commercial airline hub for airplane passengers in North Texas.

With more than 21,000 ballots cast and tallied, 59% of voters said "no" to the notion as compared to 41% that turned out in support of it.


Northwest ISD bond election

Voters approved all three Northwest ISD propositions on the ballot. Proposition A was approved with 62% of the vote, Proposition B was approved with 52% of the vote and Proposition C was approved with 64% of the vote. 

The three separate propositions compose one total bond package. The first proposition will fund new schools, expansions and facility updates. Proposition B will fund Bryon Nelson and Eaton stadiums as well as the stadium proposed for the fourth high school planned. Proposition C includes funds for new technology devices for teachers and students. 

Denton ISD bond election

Two propositions for a Denton ISD bond election were approved by voters, while another did not pass. 

The two propositions approved, Proposition A and Proposition B, make up $1.2 billion of the $1.4 billion bond package and fund new buildings, safety upgrades and updated technology.

Proposition C would have approved $5.2 million for improvements to the C.H. Collins Athletics Complex. 

Keep checking in on this page regularly as results for numerous hot races will be added as they come in. 

A full list of live election results can be found here.

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