Outgoing Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price made it official. She's running for Tarrant County Judge.
Recently, long-lasting Judge Glen Whitely declared he won't look for a fifth term in office one year from now.
Long-lasting Tarrant County Judge Glen Whitley won't look for re-appointment
He teased Price's declaration. He's now underwriting her for the work.
Price has served Fort Worth as city hall leader for a very long time.
In her mission declaration Thursday morning, she featured a portion of her achievements, including lessening the local charge rate, upgrading the police annuity, and aiding the city through its post-COVID recuperation.
She said she is excited about leaving on the mission and feels she has a great deal of public help energy left in her.
Over the following few years, Price said the province court would lose a ton of involvement through retirement. She desires to supplant that and thinks her range of abilities as city hall leader will move well to into the district judge position.
She intends to enjoy a reprieve to invest energy with her family through mid-August and afterward will dispatch a site and commencement her mission.
Previous Tarrant County Republican Party Chair and previous Farmers Branch city hall leader Tim O'Hare has additionally declared his application.
The following essential political race for the Tarrant County judge is in March of 2022, with the overall political race continuing in November.