Our city is strongest when we work TOGETHER.

That’s why the University Park Community League is proud to endorse these four outstanding candidates to serve on the University Park City Council. We believe that these individuals have what it takes to keep University Park one of the finest communities in America! Please join us in supporting these candidates with your vote on Election Day, Saturday, May 5.

Meet our Candidates:

Liz Farley has been giving back to the City of University Park for nearly two decades. “Living in a city like University Park is not something to take for granted,” says Liz. “The people before me did not, and I take the responsibility to continue to balance progress with preservation…to look forward while at the same time nodding to those who have created this city that we love.”


Liz Farley

A lifelong resident of University Park, Taylor Armstrong is running for reelection to the city council. His background as an architect, urban planner and real estate developer has proven valuable during his addressing many of the issues that face the city.


Taylor Armstrong

Gage Prichard is a staple of the University Park community. His steady leadership and foresight merit him another term on the city council. He grew up attending University Park Elementary, Highland Park Middle School and Highland Park High School and attended SMU. 


Gage Prichard

Because of his hard work and can-do attitude, we are thrilled to endorse Randy Biddle, who is seeking his second term on the city council. Randy has called University Park his home since 1979, and has served in various civic leadership positions, including time on the Zoning Ordinance and Advisory Commission, as well as the Planning and Zoning Commission.


Randy Biddle

Election Information


Early Voting begins April 23 through Friday April 27, and continues Monday, April 30 and ends Tuesday, May 1. You can cast your vote from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the HPISD Administration Building, 7015 Westchester Drive, Dallas, TX 75205

 

Election Day is Saturday May 5, and polls are open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Highland Park Middle School, located at 3555 Granada Ave, Dallas, TX 75205.

 

Find your voter registration information at www.dallascountyvotes.org.