Mayor, At Large
Martin Heines (Incumbent) - 2,268 Votes
Joel Rando - 287 Votes
District 2, West -
Broderick McGee - 269 Votes
Beverly Beavers- Brooks - 230 Votes
District 4 N. East -
Don Warren (Incumbent) - 213 Votes
District 6, South -
John Nix (Incumbent) - 468 Votes
Tyler City Council elections are held in May of each year. The election for Mayor and Council Districts 2, 4, and 6 are held on even numbered years. The election for Council Districts 1, 3, and 5 are held on odd numbered years. All candidates for Tyler City Council elections must register with the City Clerk's Office and meet the following requirements, as set forth in the City Charter:
Qualifications of Council candidates and Councilmembers
Each Council candidate and Councilmember shall, in addition to the other qualifications prescribed by law at the time of election
Be a qualified voter in the City;
Be a resident of the district from which election is sought for at least six months prior to the election;
Continue to reside in that district while representing it.
The City Clerk's Office is located on the first floor of Tyler City Hall, 212 N. Bonner. The office is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The Mayor and Council members serve two-year terms, with a term limit of three consecutive terms. They are not paid for their service to the citizens of Tyler.
Tyler residents must be registered voters to participate in the City Council election. Voter registration is handled through the Smith County Voter Registration Office. For more information about who may vote in Texas please view A Guide to Voter Registration published by the Office of the Secretary of State, or call the Smith County Voter Registration Office at 903-590-4777.