In the Fort Worth City Council race to replace Wendy Davis, Joel Burns was leading with almost 45 percent of the votes.
Juan Rangel was second with 21 percent, followed by Chris Turner (15 percent), Jim Beckman (13 percent), Bernie Scheffler (5 percent) and Mark Pederson (1 percent).
A proposition to allow Fort Worth firefighters to collectively bargain was winning 56 percent to 44 percent, according to early voting totals.
A crime tax proposal in Arlington was losing 59 percent to 41 percent.
A $593.6 million bond package for the Fort Worth School district was winning with 71 percent support.
All 16 amendments to the state constitution were winning with 62 percent or better. A $3 billion proposition for cancer research in the state was winning with 64 percent support.
Tuesday, November 06, 2007
fort worth area early results
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