DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Dallas will elect a new Mayor for the first time since 2011 when Mike Rawlings entered office. In June, his final four year term ends, and he will become the longest-serving mayor in more than 57 years.

State Rep. Eric Johnson and Dallas City Councilman Scott Griggs are set to face each other in a Runoff election after no candidate won over 50% of the vote in the Dallas Mayoral Election on Saturday, May 4.

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That runoff will happen on Saturday, June 8.

Starting April 4, when candidates were required to file their campaign finance reports, CBS 11 conducted on-camera interviews with all nine of them who originally appeared on the ballot.

See CBS 11 Jack Fink’s Interviews with Johnson and Griggs here.

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Click on each image of the candidate to see their interview.

Scott Griggs, Councilman

Eric Johnson, State Representative, D-Dallas

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