The filing deadline has passed for candidates wishing to seek local office in 2023, finalizing the field of candidates who will appear on the ballot this spring. Two new Fort Worth City Council districts have been created to expand the elected representation of the city’s residents. Get to know the districts and the candidates below.
District 2 – North Central Fort Worth
District 3 – Southwest Fort Worth
District 4 – North Fort Worth
District 5 – Far East Fort Worth
District 6 – South Fort Worth
District 7 – Northwest Fort Worth
District 8 – Central-South Fort Worth
District 9 – Central Fort Worth
District 10 – Far North Fort Worth, newly-created district
District 11 – East Fort Worth, newly-created district
To read more about each candidate, read the Fort Worth Report’s coverage of Fort Worth City Council races.
Advocacy At Work
The Fort Worth Chamber signed onto a letter with dozens of industry stakeholders including statewide trade associations, local chambers of commerce, and economic development organizations in support of economic development tools that will keep Texas competitive with the rest of the country when it comes to attracting capital-intensive investments.
Read the full letter here.
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