IRVING CITY COUNCIL, Place 4


PHIL RIDDLE (INCUMBENT)

“I want to see continued enhancements to our parks in Southwest Irving, including the Oak Meadow park; the "Old Central" fire station needs to be rebuilt and reactivated with an engine company to help with coverage in the downtown Heritage area. we need to continue to address storm drain issues in South Irving that have resulted from the lack of storm sewer; and we need to continue efforts to reduce or hold taxes down for our property owners.”

IRVING CITY COUNCIL, Place 6


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General Al Zapanta (Incumbent)

*Candidate did not complete an election video.

IRVING CITY COUNCIL, Place 8


Dennis Webb

"I’m very concerned with our homeless situation that we’ve got that’s continuing to grow and the lack of affordable housing in the city, so that’s one area I really want to focus on. We’re coming out of the pandemic so we have to really figure out how to ensure that we are providing the services to our citizens, but keeping our tax rate low so that citizens won’t have to bear the brunt of tax increases. Keeping taxes low and the homeless situation and affordable housing are my priorities."

IRVING ISD, DISTRICT 3


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Pam Campbell (Incumbent)

*Candidate did not complete an election video.

IRVING ISD, DISTRICT 4


Nuzhat Hye (Incumbent)

“My priorities in this term would be early literacy, parent education and fine arts. We have to fill all the gaps that have been caused by COVID-19 and we have to ensure that there are no achievement gaps left from this. For parent education, achievement doesn’t happen in a vacuum, so we have to educate our parents to make sure we get at least an Associate’s Degree and we are working closely with Dallas County Promise to extend this opportunity to parents free of cost. Lastly, the fine arts, we want to compete more heavily at state and national levels.”

Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD, Two At-Large Seats


Sally Derrick (Incumbent)

“The biggest challenge facing all Texas Public School districts is school finance, and there’s no doubt that the pandemic has caused challenges statewide, but we must ensure our schools remain fully funded. The school board’s responsibility is to ensure the school's accountability for all the funds we receive from the state, ensure we are meeting the needs of our students and taxpayers as well. Our community deserves a dynamic school district that is providing a robust education to all students. As a Trustee, I will continue to advocate for the full funding of our schools and ensure that all dollars received are maximized for the greatest return on investment.”

COPPELL ISD, PLACE 6


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Nichole Bentley (Incumbent)

*Candidate did not complete an election video.

Coppell ISD, Place 7


Tracy Fisher (Incumbent)

“Budgeting and state-mandated educational policy are two critical issues that will continue to weigh on public schools. When communities understand the processes and the system, they understand how important their votes are. That’s the work I’ve been doing. It’s important to navigate state constraints through local advocacy efforts in Austin, I have firsthand knowledge, expertise and advocacy strategies, these are dynamic policies that change every single legislative session and affect our schools.”