Hunt passes on mayoral bid

By Bruce Felps

Unfair Park a bit ago posted an item in which Angels Hunt, the District 14 representative to Dallas City Council, said she will pass on a run at the mayor’s office during the upcoming elections.

She cited work still to be done in the district — notably the new ordinance covering part of Lower Greenville Avenue — that needs her direct attention, which she feels would be more precisely focused as a council member rather than mayor.

So where does that leave the three candidates who said they would run to fill the District 14 seat should Hunt decide to vacate it in an effort to gain the mayor’s chair?

Let’s see if we can’t find out.

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  1. 1 Rogers out « East Dallas Times

    […] that Hunt decided to bypass a mayoral run, Rogers said he will step aside and support Hunt in her re-election bid come the May […]

  2. 2 Nowlin in « East Dallas Times

    […] Penny Anderly, publicist for James Nowlin, confirmed that the Lakewood Heights resident will indeed run for the City Council District 14 seat even though Angela Hunt earlier today said she’d seek re-election in the district and pass on a run for mayor. […]

  3. 3 District 14 race thickens « East Dallas Times

    […] she stepped back from the mayoral race with yesterday’s announcement, one of the initial three, Jim Rogers, bowed out. James Nowlin said […]




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