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Sat June 15, 2013
Fort Worth Votes For Change In Council, School Board Races
Fort Worth voters rejected three incumbents on the city council and school board in Saturday runoff elections
Jacinto Ramos, Jr. stomped incumbent school board member Carlos Vasquez, 86% to 14%.
School board candidate Ashley Paz narrowly unseated Juan Rangel, 51% to 49%.
Former broadcast reporter Gyna Bivens turned out sitting councilman Frank Moss, 57% to 43%.
In Dallas, Rick Callahan defeated Jesse Diaz, 60% to 40%, to represent Pleasant Grove on the Dallas City Council.
Philip Kingston defeated Bobby Abtahi, 54% to 46%, to succeed Angela Hunt in Dallas City Council District 14 which includes downtown.