Results for the May 6 elections

Check in all night as election results roll in from the municipalities of North Texas.

DALLAS – Voting for the May 6 election closes at 7:00 pm Saturday and the results will start rolling in.

While no congressional seats are on the ballot, this year’s May elections feature more local races and votes proposing bonds in North Texas communities.

Incumbent Mayor Mattie Parker declared victory in the mayoral race. The results show, with 100% of districts reported, Parker one in the race with 70% of the total vote and more than 21,000 votes. His closest opponent was Jennifer Castillo, who garnered 12% of the vote.

This is Parker’s second mayoral victory. She was first elected to office in May 2021.

Jeff Cheney retained his mayoral position. With 100% of the districts reported, he defeated Mark Piland with 55% of the vote, more than 9,400 votes total.

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

Northwest ISD Proposals

Voters approved all three Northwest ISD proposals in the runoff. Proposal A was approved with 62% of the votes, proposal B was approved with 52% of the votes and proposal C was approved with 64% of the votes.

The three separate offerings make up a total bond package. The first proposal will fund new schools, expansions and facility upgrades. Proposal B will fund Bryon Nelson and Eaton Stadiums, as well as the proposed stadium for the planned fourth high school. Proposal C includes funding for new technology devices for teachers and students.

Keep checking this page regularly as results from several hot races will be added as they come in.

A complete list of live election results is available here.

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