After May elections were postponed by Gov. Greg Abbott due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, local governments have shifted city council and other races to November.

Keller City Council on Aug. 4 unanimously approved a resolution to hold elections for mayor, City Council Place 5 and City Council Place 6 during general elections Nov. 3.

The resolution also sets early voting dates for the city from Oct. 13-30. Voters have until Oct. 30 to request a mail-in ballot from the Tarrant County Elections Administrator.

According to the resolution, early voting “by personal appearance” will be conducted at the Tarrant County Election Center, 2700 Premier St., Fort Worth, and Keller Town Hall, 1100 Bear Creek Parkway, Keller.

Candidates for mayor for the city of Keller include Tag Green, Mark Mathews and Armin Mizani.

Three candidates will vie for City Council Place 5: Stephen G. Humenesky, Chris Whatley and Michael Mitchell; and four candidates will compete for City Council Place 6: Brian Campbell, Ross McMullin, Mujeeb Kazi and David A. Tashman.

Voters can cast Election Day ballots at Keller Town Hall. Additional polling places will be added at a later date in accordance with the Texas election code, the resolution says.

For more information on city of Keller elections, click here.