Election History

Crime Control & Prevention District Election, July 14, 2020

Results

Tarrant County Denton County Parker County Total
For 35,581 418 46 36,045
Against 19,751 161 18 19,930

General Election, May 4, 2019

May 4, 2019, general election results.

Mayor

Candidate Tarrant County Denton County Parker County Vote Total Percent of Vote
Betsy Price(current office holder) 21,508 88 21 21,617 55.79%
Mike Haynes(write in) 33 2 0 35
James H. McBride 866 6 0 872
Deborah Peoples 16,193 25 1 16,219
38,743

District 2

Candidate Tarrant County Denton County Parker County Vote Total Percent of Vote
Carlos E. Flores(current office holder) 1,460 0 0 1,460 100%
1,460

District 3

Candidate Tarrant County Denton County Parker County Vote Total Percent of Vote
Brian Byrd(current office holder) 5,571 0 18 5,589 80.59%
Tanner Smith 1,342 0 4 1,346
6,935

District 4

Candidate Tarrant County Denton County Parker County Vote Total Percent of Vote
Cary Moon(current office holder) 3,140 0 0 3,140 74%
Max J. Sticker 1,103 0 0 1,103
4,243

District 5

Candidate Tarrant County Denton County Parker County Vote Total Percent of Vote
Gyna Bivens(current office holder) 2,794 0 0 2,794 66.01%
Thomas Brown 305 0 0 305
Waymond Brown, Sr. 205 0 0 205
Tammy Pierce 683 0 0 683
Bob Willoughby 246 0 0 246
4,233

District 6

Candidate Tarrant County Denton County Parker County Vote Total Percent of Vote
Jungus Jordan(current office holder) 3,631 0 0 3,631 55.07%
Daryl R. Davis, II 2,351 0 0 2,351
Rod Smith 611 0 0 611
6,593

District 7

Candidate Tarrant County Denton County Parker County Vote Total Percent of Vote
Dennis Shingleton(current office holder) 3,033 62 3,095 67.81%
David Hawthorne 507 26 533
Michael Matos 912 24 936
4,564

District 8

Candidate Tarrant County Denton County Parker County Vote Total Percent of Vote
Kelly Allen Gray(current office holder) 1,956 0 0 1,956 53.28%
Kevin “KL” Johnson 243 0 0 243
Chris Nettles 1,472 0 0 1,472
3,671

District 9


Candidate Tarrant County Denton County Parker County Vote Total Percent of Vote
Ann Zadeh(current office holder) 3,583 0 0 3,583 100%
3,583

Bond Election, May 5, 2018

Ordinance(PDF, 74KB)

Propositions(PDF, 48KB)

Results

Tarrant Denton Parker Totals
For Against For Against For Against For Against
Prop A 14845 3576 63 25 0 0 14908 3601
Prop B 13571 4795 52 36 0 0 13623 4831
Prop C 14003 4359 52 35 0 0 14055 4394
Prop D 15156 3221 66 22 0 0 15222 3243
Prop E 13535 4814 47 41 0 0 13582 4855
Prop F 14764 3634 63 25 0 0 14827 3659
TRWD 12370 6325 12370 6325

District 2 Run-off Election, June 10, 2017

On June 10, 2017, a run-off election will be held to elect a City Council representative for District 2.

Candidate Vote Total Percent of Vote
Carlos E. Flores 1,370 51.84%
Steve Thornton 1,273 48.16%

General Election Results, May 6, 2017

On May 6, 2017, a general election was held to elect City Council representatives and the mayor.

Mayor

Candidate Vote Total Percent of Vote
Betsy Price(current office holder) 23,140 70.3%
Chris Nettles 9,775 29.7%

 

District 2

Candidate Vote Total Percent of Vote
Carlos E. Flores 1,277 43.8%
Miguel "Tony" Perez 56 1.9%
Steve Thornton 1,050 36%
Jennifer Trevino 532 18.3%

District 3

Candidate Vote Total Percent of Vote
W.B. "Zim" Zimmerman(current office holder) 3,396 45.5%
Brian Byrd 4,062 54.5%

District 4

Candidate Vote Total Percent of Vote
Cary Moon(current office holder) 2,323 76.1%
Max J. Striker 728 23.9%

District 5

Candidate Vote Total Percent of Vote
Gyna Bivens(current office holder) 2,582 95.8%
Bob Willoughby(Write-in Candidate) 112 4.2%

District 6

Candidate Vote Total Percent of Vote
Jungus Jordan(current office holder) 2,695 62.1%
Paul E. Hicks 484 11.1%
Nicholas St. John 539 12.4%
Roderick "Rod" Smith 624 14.4%

District 7

Candidate Vote Total Percent of Vote
Dennis Shingleton(current office holder) 3,025 73.4%
Michael Matos 1,094 26.6%

District 8

Candidate Vote Total Percent of Vote
Kelly Allen Gray(current office holder) 1,914 71.5%
Kevin “KL” Johnson 758 28.3%
Johnnie Sanders(Write-in Candidate) 5 0.2%

District 9

Candidate Vote Total Percent of Vote
Ann Zadeh(current office holder) 3,159 66.3%
John Fitzgerald 1,603 33.7%

Documents

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Charter Election, May 7, 2016

 On May 7, 2016, a special election was held to allow voters to determine whether to amend the Fort Worth City Charter.

The Fort Worth City Charter defines the organization, powers, functions and essential procedures of city government. The city’s first home rule charter was adopted in 1924, establishing the city council/city manager form of government Fort Worth uses today. The charter has been amended 13 times since adoption, most recently in 2006.

An 11-member task force, appointed by the City Council, presented most of these recommended amendments to the City Council in December 2015. The City Council voted to call the special election in January 2016.

Propositions

There are eleven propositions on the ballot. Voters must vote for each proposition separately.

Here are the propositions you will see on the May 7 ballot.

Proposition 1

Shall Sections 1 and 2 of Chapter III and Section 2 of Chapter IV and other sections referencing the term of office for the City Council in the Fort Worth City Charter be amended to increase the current two (2) year terms for the City Council to three (3) year terms starting with the 2017 general election?

Impact: Increases the number of years from two years to three years that a council member serves after elected.

For Against
6,518 9,387

Proposition 2

Shall Sections 1, 2 and 5 of Chapter III and Section 3 of Chapter IV and other sections referencing the number of council members in the Fort Worth City Charter be amended to increase the number of City Council members from nine (9) to eleven (11) members, one of which is the mayor, beginning with the first election following the 2020 census and adoption of the new redistricting map by the City Council and to maintain the quorum at two-thirds (2/3) of the members of the City Council?

Impact: Increases the number of council members from nine members to eleven beginning with the first election following the 2020 census.

For Against
8,041 7,856

Proposition 3

Shall Section 3 of Chapter III of the Fort Worth City Charter be amended to increase the compensation of council members from the sum of twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000.00) per year to forty-five thousand dollars ($45,000.00) per year and the compensation of the mayor from twenty-nine thousand dollars ($29,000.00) per year to sixty thousand dollars ($60,000.00) per year starting October 1, 2016?

Impact: Increases the salaries of the Mayor and Council Members in October of 2016.

For Against
5,474 10,359

Proposition 4

If Proposition 1 is approved by the voters, shall Section 4 of Chapter III of the Fort Worth City Charter be amended to allow a majority of the City Council to appoint a qualified person from the district whose place has been vacated to serve the unexpired term if the vacancy occurs twelve (12) months or less prior to the end of an unexpired term?

Impact: If Proposition 1 passes, it would allow a council seat that is vacant to be filled by a majority of the City Council, provided the seat will be vacant 12 months or less prior to the next election

For Against
8,092 7,643

Proposition 5

Shall the first paragraph of Section 5 of Chapter III of the Fort Worth City Charter be amended to provide that the newly-elected City Council members may be sworn in at the same meeting at which the election results are canvassed provided the meeting is held within the City limits of Fort Worth?

Impact: Will allow the mayor and councilmembers to be sworn in at the same time the votes are canvassed.

For Against
11,875 3,802

Proposition 6

Shall Sections 1 and 3 of Chapter IV of the Fort Worth City Charter be amended to clarify that a person seeking election to the City Council must have resided in the district for which he or she seeks election for 180 days prior to the first allowed filing date for the election?

Impact: Clarifies that a candidate must live in district 180 days before the first day to file.

For Against
13,883 1,867

Proposition 7

Shall Chapter VII of the Fort Worth City Charter be amended to add a new section to provide that municipal judges will be appointed and may be removed for cause by a majority vote of the City Council?

Impact: Allows removal of municipal judges for cause.

For Against
10,507 5,075

Proposition 8

Shall Section 2 of Chapter X of the Fort Worth City Charter be amended to provide for budget hearings, adoption and publication of the budget, appropriation ordinance and tax levy ordinance in accordance with State law?

Impact: Public hearings and publications will be handled in compliance with state law, reducing costs

For Against
13,019 2,491

Proposition 9

Shall Section 6 of Chapter XX of the Fort Worth City Charter be amended to clarify that when competing ordinances are presented to the voters at an election that the ordinance that receives the highest number of favorable votes prevails?

Impact: Clarifies that the ordinance with highest number of affirmative votes prevails.

For Against
13,001 2,622

Proposition 10

Shall Chapter XXVII of the Fort Worth City Charter be amended to add Section 21 to provide for electronic and other web based publications and notices as a substitute for newspaper publications where allowed by State law?

Impact: Allows the City to use electronic notices if allowed by state law.

For Against
8,425 7,046

Proposition 11

Shall Section 8 of Chapter III and Section 7 of Chapter XXVII of the Fort Worth City Charter be amended to eliminate the provisions in each section that are in conflict with State and Federal law?

Impact: Removes Charter provisions inconsistent with state and federal law.

For Against
12,061 3,324

General Election, May 9, 2015

Results

District 2

Candidate Votes
Salvador "Sal" Espino 1,171
Steve Thornton 1,144

District 4

Candidate Votes
Danny Scarth 1,520
Cary Moon 2,266

District 5

Candidate Votes
Bob Willoughby 389
Gyna Michelle Bivens 2,402

District 7

Candidate Tarrant County Denton County Total Votes
Andy Gallagher 608 3 611
Dennis Shingleton 2,342 12 2,354

District 8

Candidate Votes
Kelly Allen Gray 1,971
Sharon Mason-Ford 559

Candidates

 

Mayor

Candidate: Betsy Price
3908 Summercrest
Fort Worth, TX 76109

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 100066
Fort Worth, TX 76185

District 2

Candidate: Salvador "Sal" Espino
7120 Old Santa Fe Trail
Fort Worth, TX 76131

Mailing Address:
1205 North Main Street
Fort Worth, TX 76164

Candidate: Steve Thornton
1701 Lee Avenue
Fort Worth, TX 76164

Mailing Address:
SAME

District 3

Candidate: W.B. 'Zim' Zimmerman
11400 Northview Dr.
Fort Worth, TX 76008

Mailing Address:
SAME

District 4

Candidate: Danny Scarth
505 Highwoods Trail
Fort Worth, TX 76112

Mailing Address:
SAME

Candidate: Cary Moon
4040 Vernon Way
Fort Worth, TX 76244

Mailing Address:
SAME

 

District 5

Candidate: Gyna Bivens
5913 McKaskle Dr
Fort Worth, TX 76119

Mailing Address:
SAME

Candidate: Bob Willoughby
617 Fay Boulevard
Fort Worth, TX 76120

Mailing Address:
6731 Bridge Street, #125
Fort Worth, TX 76112

District 6

Candidate: Jungus Jordan
5316 Starry Court
Fort Worth, TX 76123

Mailing Address:
SAME

District 7

Candidate: Dennis Shingleton
8600 Crosswind Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76179

Mailing Address:
SAME

Candidate: Andy Gallagher
5464 Santa Marie Ave.
Fort Worth, TX 76114

Mailing Address:
SAME

District 8

Candidate: Kelly Allen Gray

2820 Galvez Avenue
Fort Worth, TX 76111

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 1692
Fort Worth, TX 76101

Candidate: Sharon Mason-Ford
8316 Tallahassee Lane
Fort Worth, TX 76123

Mailing Address:
SAME

 

District 9

Candidate: Ann Zadeh
3408 Harwen Terrace
Fort Worth, TX 76109

Mailing Address:
SAME

Special Election, Nov. 4, 2014

Election Notice

Tarrant County Elections

Results

Proposition No. 1
Total Votes Percent of Vote
For 99,456 78.96%
Against 26,503 21.04%
Proposition No. 2
Total Votes Percent of Vote
For 96,094 76.78%
Against 29,064 23.22%
Proposition No. 3
Total Votes Percent of Vote
For 88,768 72.15%
Against 34,268 27.85%

Campaign Information

Committee: Forward Fort Worth Partnership

PO Box 28
Fort Worth, TX 76102

Campaign Treasurer:
Michael J. and Rosie Moncrief, Co-Treasurers
777 Taylor Street, Suite 1030
Fort Worth, TX 76102

District 9 Special Election Runoff Election, June 21, 2014

Results

Candidate Number of Votes Percentage
Ed Lasater 1,399 46.14%
Ann Zadeh 1,633 53.86%

Results by precinct(PDF, 58KB)

Election Notice(PDF, 92KB)

Candidates

Election Date: June 21, 2014

Candidate: Ed Lasater

Street Address:
2101 Ward Parkway
Fort Worth, TX 76110

Mailing Address:
SAME

Campaign Treasurer:
Ellison "Ellie" Lasater
2101 Ward Parkway
Fort Worth, TX 76110

Candidate: Ann Zadeh

Street Address:
3408 Harwen Terrace
Fort Worth, TX 76109

Mailing Address:
SAME

Campaign Treasurer: Jamshyd M. Zadeh
115 West 2nd Street, Suite 201
Fort Worth, TX 76102

District 9 Special Election Candidates, May 10, 2014

Results

Candidate Number of Votes
Juan Rangel 152
Bernie Scheffler 278
Ann Zadeh 1,006
Ed Lasater 772
Greg Hughes 548
Margot Garza 459

Candidates

Candidate: Ed Lasater

Street Address:
2101 Ward Parkway
Fort Worth, TX 76110

Mailing Address:
SAME

Campaign Treasurer:
Ellison "Ellie" Lasater
2101 Ward Parkway
Fort Worth, TX 76110

Candidate: Ann Zadeh

Street Address:
3408 Harwen Terrace
Fort Worth, TX 76109

Mailing Address:
SAME

Campaign Treasurer: Jamshyd M. Zadeh
115 West 2nd Street, Suite 201
Fort Worth, TX 76102

Candidate: Bernie Scheffler

Street Address:
3028 Willing Avenue
Fort Worth, TX 76110

Mailing Address:
SAME

Campaign Treasurer: Christina Elbitar
3016 6th Avenue
Fort Worth, TX 76110

 

Candidate: Greg Hughes

Street Address:
2544 Stadium Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76109

Mailing Address:
SAME

Campaign Treasurer: Wendy Roach
1240 Kelpie Ct.
Fort Worth, TX 76111

Candidate: Juan Rangel

Street Address:
2259 Lipscomb St.
Fort Worth, TX 76110

Mailing Address:
SAME

Campaign Treasurer: Juan Rangel
2259 Lipscomb St.
Fort Worth, TX 76110

Candidate: Margot Garza

Street Address:
2532 6th Ave.
Fort Worth, TX 76110

Mailing Address:
SAME

Campaign Treasurer: Joe Faust
1500 Riverview Dr.
Arlington, TX 76012

Crime Control & Prevention District Election, May 10, 2014

Results

Number of Votes
For 11,879
Against 2,403

Campaign Filings

Committee: Voters Supporting Fort Worth's Future

777 Taylor Street, Suite 900
Fort Worth, TX 76102

Mailing Address:
SAME

Campaign Treasurer:
Ben D. Loughry
417 N. Retta St.
Fort Worth, TX 76111-4002

Bond Election, May 10, 2014

Results

Proposition For Against
1 11,879 2,403
2 11,188 3,092
3 11,093 3,139
4 11,704 2,535
5 9,586 4,574
6 9,624 4,514
7 11,055 3,177

Campaign Filings

Committee: Voters Supporting Fort Worth's Future

777 Taylor Street, Suite 900
Fort Worth, TX 76102

Mailing Address:
SAME

Campaign Treasurer:
Ben D. Loughry
417 N. Retta St.
Fort Worth, TX 76111-4002

District 5 Runoff Election, June 15, 2013

Results

View the results

Candidates

Frank Moss

5625 Eisenhower Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76112

Mailing Address:
SAME

Gyna Bivens

5913 McKaskle Dr
Fort Worth, TX 76119

Mailing Address:
SAME

General Election, May 11, 2013

Results

View the results

Candidates

 

Mayor

Candidate: Betsy Price

3908 Summercrest
Fort Worth, TX 76109

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 100066
Fort Worth, TX 76185

District 2

Candidate: Jim Lane

1725 Grand Ave
Fort Worth, TX 76164

Mailing Address:
204 W. Central Ave
Fort Worth, TX 76164

Candidate: Salvador "Sal" Espino

7120 Old Santa Fe Trail
Fort Worth, TX 76131

Mailing Address:
1205 N. Main Street
Fort Worth, TX 76164

District 3

Candidate: W.B. 'Zim' Zimmerman

11400 Northview Dr.
Fort Worth, TX 76008

Mailing Address:
SAME

District 4

Candidate: Paul Gardner

3833 Drexmore Road
Fort Worth, TX 76244

Mailing Address:
SAME

Candidate: Danny Scarth

505 Highwoods Trail
Fort Worth, TX 76112

Mailing Address:
SAME

District 5

Candidate:Frank Moss

5625 Eisenhower Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76112

Mailing Address:
SAME

Candidate: John Tunmire

7105 Hightower St
Fort Worth, TX 76112

Mailing Address:
SAME

Candidate: Gyna Bivens

5913 McKaskle Dr
Fort Worth, TX 76119

Mailing Address:
SAME

District 6

Candidate: Jungus Jordan

5316 Starry Court
Fort Worth, TX 76123

Mailing Address:
SAME

District 7

Candidate: Dennis Shingleton

8600 Crosswind Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76179

Mailing Address:
SAME

District 8

Candidate: Kelly Allen Gray

2820 Galvez Avenue
Fort Worth, TX 76111

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 1692
Fort Worth, TX 76101

Candidate: Kathleen Hicks

2308 Jenson Circle
Fort Worth, TX 76112

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 15921
Fort Worth, TX 76119

District 9

Candidate: Joel Burns
2420 S. Adams St.
Fort Worth, TX 76110

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 12663
Fort Worth, TX 76110

Candidate: Graham Newberg Brizendine
2321 Yucca Ave.
Fort Worth, TX 76111

Mailing Address:
SAME

Runoff Election, June 23, 2012

Results

View results

Candidates

Candidate: Ramon Romero Jr.

Street Address:
421 Conner Ave.
Fort Worth, TX 76105

Mailing Address:
1204 Nashville
Fort Worth, TX 76105

Campaign Treasurer: Alicia Duran
3320 View St.
Fort Worth, TX 76103

Candidate: Kelly Allen Gray

Street Address:
2820 Galvez Ave.
Fort Worth, TX 76111

Mailing Address:
2820 Galvez Ave.
Fort Worth, TX 76111

Campaign Treasurer: Phyllis W. Allen
2707 Ennis Avenue
Fort Worth, TX 76111

Special Election, May 12, 2012

Results

View results

Candidates

Candidate: Ramon Romero Jr.

Street Address:
421 Conner Ave.
Fort Worth, TX 76105

Mailing Address:
1204 Nashville
Fort Worth, TX 76105

Campaign Treasurer: Alicia Duran
3320 View St.
Fort Worth, TX 76103

Candidate: Kelly Allen Gray

Street Address:
2820 Galvez Ave.
Fort Worth, TX 76111

Mailing Address:
2820 Galvez Ave.
Fort Worth, TX 76111

Campaign Treasurer: Phyllis W. Allen
2707 Ennis Avenue
Fort Worth, TX 76111

Candidate: Marshall Hobbs

Street Address:
1820 Oakland Blvd.
Fort Worth, TX 76111

Mailing Address:
5804 Goodman Ave.
Fort Worth, TX 76107

Campaign Treasurer: Juna Harris
1037 Colvin St.
Fort Worth, TX 76104

Mayor and District 7 Runoff Election, June 18, 2011

Results

2011 Official Precinct Reports - Tarrant County and Parker County

2011 Official Cumulative Reports - Tarrant County and Parker County

2011 Official Cumulative Reports - Denton County

Mayor

Tarrant County

Candidate Early Voting Total Election Day Total Total Votes Percentage of Vote
128 of 128 Precincts Reporting
Jim Lane 7,973 7,734 15,707 44.08%
Betsy Price 11,435 8,491 19,926 55.92%

 

Denton County

Candidate Early Voting Total Election Day Total Total Votes Percentage of Vote
3 of 3 Precincts Reporting
Jim Lane 13 3 18 32.73%
Betsy Price 20 13 37 67.27%

District 7 

Candidate Early Voting Total Election Day Total Total Votes Percentage of Vote
14 of 14 Precincts Reporting
Jon Perry 1,111 925 2,036 38.34%
Dennis Shingleton 1,614 1,660 3,274 61.66%

Candidates

Mayor

Candidate: Jim Lane

1725 Grand Avenue
Fort Worth, TX 76164

Mailing Address:
204 West Central Avenue
Fort Worth, TX 76164

Campaign Treasurer: Ken Barr
3101 Avondale Street
Fort Worth, TX 76109

Candidate: Betsy Price

3908 Summercrest
Fort Worth, TX 76109

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 100066
Fort Worth, TX 76185

Campaign Treasurer: Alice Puente
3824 Bellaire Circle
Fort Worth, TX 76109

District 7

Candidate: Dennis Shingleton

8600 Crosswind Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76179

Mailing Address:
SAME

Campaign Treasurer: John Stevenson
1207 Hillcrest Street
Fort Worth, TX 76107

Candidate: Jon Perry

5309 Kingsknowe Parkway
Fort Worth, TX 76135

Mailing Address:
SAME

Campaign Treasurer: Vanessa Lang
6340 Lake Worth Boulevard
Fort Worth, TX 76135