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Posted on: October 6, 2021

November 2, 2021, General Election Information for the Benbrook City Council and Water Authority

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The City of Benbrook's General Election is to fill the following City Council positions: 

  • Mayor, Place 1 
  • Member of Council, Place 3 
  • Member of Council, Place 5 
  • Member of Council, Place 7 

The Benbrook Water Authority’s (BWA) General Election is to fill three Board of Director positions (four-year terms). Learn more about BWA’s Board positions at BenbrookWater.com


When is the election? What are the hours? 

The election is Tuesday, November 2, 2021. Polls will be open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. 


Who is permitted to vote in the election? 

All persons residing within the City limits of Benbrook who possess a valid Voter Registration Certificate issued by the Tarrant County Election Administrator. 


When and where is Early (absentee) Voting? 

Early voting by personal appearance will be held at the Benbrook Community Center, (228 San Angelo Ave., Benbrook, TX 76126) and the Tarrant County Main Early Voting Site (2700 Premier St., Fort Worth, TX  76111). Other polling locations are listed on the Tarrant County Election website: TarrantCounty.com/evote.


Monday – Friday, October 18 – 22, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. 

Saturday, October 23, 7 a.m. – 7 p.m. 

Sunday, October 24, 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. 

Monday – Friday, October 25 – 29, 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.


Can ballot be obtained and cast by mail? 

Yes, applications for Ballot by Mail may be downloaded at TarrantCounty.com/Elections  and submitted by mail, fax, or email through October 22, 2021, to the following: 


Tarrant County Elections

P.O. Box 961011, Fort Worth, TX 76161-0011  

Phone: 817-831-8683 

Fax: 817-850-2344

 

Express Courier Delivery

Tarrant County Elections Administration, 2700 Premier St., Fort Worth, TX 76111-3011.

 

 What are the requirements to obtain and cast a ballot by mail? 

1. Voter is 65 years of age or older on Election Day. 

2. Voter is disabled.

For #1 or #2 the ballot must be mailed to the voter registration residence address/mailing address or to a hospital, nursing home/long-term care facility, retirement center or address of a relative. The relationship of the relative must be indicated. 

3. Voter is confined in jail – ballot must be mailed to the jail or address of a relative.
  1. Voter is expected to be absent from the county on Election Day and during hours of regular early voting by personal appearance – Applications must be submitted from outside the county if submitted after early voting by personal appearance has begun. BALLOTS MUST BE MAILED TO AN ADDRESS OUTSIDE THE COUNTY.  RETURN BALLOTS MUST BE POST MARKED AND RECEIVED FROM OUTSIDE THE COUNTY.
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Where are the Election Day Polling Places? 

Tarrant County has been designated as a Vote Center. Therefore, Benbrook citizens may vote at any Tarrant County polling place on Election Day and during Early Voting and are not restricted to the voter’s election precinct. Local polling places are listed below: 

Redeemer Lutheran Church                 Benbrook Community Center               Benbrook Community Center/YMCA

4513 Williams Road                             228 San Angelo Ave.                            1899 Winscott Road

Benbrook, TX 76116                             Benbrook, TX 76126                             Benbrook, TX 76126

 

Highridge Church                                Western Hills Church of Christ             Trinity Chapel

10100 Rolling Hills Drive                      8800 Chapin Road                                6610 Southwest Boulevard

Benbrook, TX 76126                             Benbrook, TX 76116                             Fort Worth, TX 76116  

                       

Ridglea Presbyterian Church               Agape Baptist Church                         

5000 Southwest Blvd.                          3900 Southwest Blvd.                         

Fort Worth, TX 76116                           Fort Worth, TX 76116 

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