Social media may be making waves in the national political landscape, but the trend has yet to reach Dallas, where former mayoral candidates say popular websites like Facebook and Twitter didn’t make much of a difference in the recent election.
Former Pizza Hut CEO Mike Rawlings will be sworn in as the new Dallas Mayor in a ceremony being held on Monday morning.
It’s decision day for voters in Dallas and Fort Worth as they go to the polls to choose new mayors in a runoff election.
By the end of the weekend, Dallas and Fort Worth will both have new leaders. Voters will head to the polls on Saturday for runoff elections.
People are beginning to choose sides in the runoff for Dallas Mayor.
Dallas mayoral runoff candidates David Kunkle and Mike Rawlings will meet in a candidate forum sponsored by the Dallas Regional Chamber.
With Saturday’s mayoral election in Dallas over, the two men who will now face each other in a runoff had little time to savor their victories. Each was back on the campaign trail Sunday, and on the phones as well.
After the list of candidates for Dallas mayor shrunk from four to two this weekend, remaining candidates Mike Rawlings and David Kunkle wasted no time jumping back on the campaign trail.
Mayoral candidates Mike Rawlings, David Kunkle, Ron Natinsky and Edward Okpa discussed a range of issues surrounding the city Tuesday during a mayoral debate held at Southern Methodist University.
The first major candidate to enter the race for mayor has formally filed campaign papers today.
Former Dallas Police Chief David Kunkle tells KRLD he’s, “strongly considering” running for mayor.
Dallas Police Lt. Regina Smith has filed a racial discrimination lawsuit against the city claiming she was not promoted to deputy chief last year because she is black.