Tulsa City Council elections: What you need to know

VIDEO: A deeper look into the Tulsa city councilor race

TULSA, Okla. — Three Tulsa City Council seats are up for grabs in the upcoming Nov. 3 election.

Voters will decide who will represent the city in Districts 5, 6 and 7.

The decisions made on Election Day are the result of a runoff stemming from the August election that decided several other city positions in Tulsa.

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Tulsa City Council District 5

District 5 represents a portion of midtown and east Tulsa stretching from Yale to Highway 169 between 11th Street and 51st Street.

Cass Fahler is the incumbent in this race, defending his seat against Mykey Arthrell.

He and seven other council members voted in favor of the recommendation to carry out the street project that removed the “Black Lives Matter” message from Greenwood Avenue.

In Their Own Words: Mykey Arthrell makes case for Tulsa City Council District 5

Tulsa City Council District 6

District 6 represents a portion of east and south Tulsa stretching from Highway 169 to South 257th East Avenue between Route 66 and 61st Street.

Connie Dodson, the incumbent, is being challenged by Christian Bengel.

'In Their Own Words': Tulsa City Councilor Connie Dodson (District 6)

She and seven other council members voted in favor of the recommendation to carry out the street project that removed the “Black Lives Matter” message from Greenwood Avenue.

'In Their Own Words': Candidate for Tulsa City Council Christian Bengel (District 6)

Tulsa City Council District 7

District 7 represents a portion of east and south Tulsa stretching from Sheridan and 129th East Avenue between 31st Street and 101st Street.

Justin Van Kirk is looking to take the seat of the incumbent Lori Decter Wright.

'In Their Own Words': Tulsa City Councilor Lori Decter-Wright (District 7)

She and seven other council members voted in favor of the recommendation to carry out the street project that removed the “Black Lives Matter” message from Greenwood Avenue.

'In Their Own Words': Candidate for Tulsa City Council Justin Van Kirk (District 7)