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Tell Us: As Mayoral Election Nears, What Changes Do You Want To See In Fort Worth?


Fort Worth’s political leadership is about to change for the first time in years.

City elections are coming up on May 1, and Betsy Price, Fort Worth’s longest-serving mayor, is not seeking reelection after a decade in office.

Two City Council members are running for Price’s job, and another is retiring, leaving another three seats open on a Council that has not changed since 2017.

Plus, the races are far more crowded than usual. Ten candidates are running for mayor alone. In a city known for its polite, nonconfrontational politics, a shakeup could be on its way.

Ahead of the election, KERA wants to hear from Fort Worth residents. What do you want to change in your community as a result of this election?

Fill out the form below, and a reporter will contact you. You can also leave us a voicemail at ‪(430) 558-1603‬.

Got a tip? Email Miranda Suarez at You can follow Miranda on Twitter @MirandaRSuarez.

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Miranda Suarez is KERA’s Tarrant County accountability reporter. Before coming to North Texas, she was the Lee Ester News Fellow at Wisconsin Public Radio, where she covered statewide news from the capital city of Madison. Miranda is originally from Massachusetts and started her public radio career at WBUR in Boston.