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With four candidates filing for the Mayor seat on Edmond City Council, a Feb. 14 primary vote will determine the final two candidates for the April 4 general election. Because there are two candidates in each race for the seats open in Ward 1 and Ward 2, no primary vote is necessary and the winner in each Ward will be decided in the April 4 general election.
Four individuals filed for the Mayor seat on City Council. Those four candidates are:
Candidates in Ward 1 are:
Candidates in Ward 2 are:
Elections for Edmond City Council are non-partisan. Under Edmond’s electoral rules, in the Feb. 14 primary election, the two Mayor candidates receiving the most votes will be on the ballot for the April 4 general election. Edmond residents from all Wards are eligible to vote in the municipality’s general elections.
City Council is a five-member body, including the Mayor, representing the four Wards that make up the City of Edmond. Ward representative council terms are four years and the mayor serves a two-year term.
An updated map of the City of Edmond council Wards can be found here: https://www.edmondok.gov/DocumentCenter/View/7731/2022-NEW-WARD-MAP
To make sure you are registered to vote, please visit: https://oklahoma.gov/elections/voter-registration/register-to-vote.html
UPDATE 12-9: Ed Moore has withdrawn from the race for Mayor, according to the Oklahoma County Board of Elections website: https://www.oklahomacounty.org/Portals/0/DNNGalleryPro/uploads/2022/12/9/EdmondCandidateWithdrawal.pdf
UPDATE 12-13: Rich Hess has withdrawn from the race for Mayor, according to the Oklahoma County Board of Elections website: https://www.oklahomacounty.org/Portals/0/DNNGalleryPro/uploads/2022/12/9/EdmondCandidateWithdrawal2.pdf
Because there are now only two candidates for the Mayor's seat, there is no need for a February primary vote. The final two candidates, current Edmond mayor Darrell A. Davis and Brian Shellem will be on the ballot for the Mayor seat in the April 4 general election.