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District 11 covers the following zip codes:
75225, 75230, 75240, 75254, 75251, and 75243.


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Check back every Friday when we bring you a report from the campaign trail as we dig into the issues and find solutions, together.

District 11 Voting Irregularities: 22% of Early Votes Came in Mail, Highest Ever

The Dallas County DA and the Texas Attorney General are investigating cases of voter fraud in two Dallas City Council Districts, 2 and 6. Something is definitely rotten with the way mail-in voting ballots were handled, and no one has found “spectre man” Jose Rodriguez. He’s the name who appeared on hundreds of mail-in ballots […]

Senate “Fixed” the Dallas Police & Fire Pension Plan: a Win for Mayor Rawlings?

  Update, 11 p.m: More details are emerging on the Senate version of the Dallas Police and Fire Pension fix that was announced today at 3 p.m. in Austin. The Senate’s newest version gives the city longer to get the pension solvent — 46 years, whereas the Flynn version was 40 years. The City of […]

Dumb & Dumber: Lee Kleinman Voted for White Water Feature in Trinity, Which City Now to Yank

“She made me do it, mom!” In one of the lamest excuses I have ever heard from a public official, much less a grown man, my former opponent Lee M. Kleinman said at Wednesday’s City Council meeting that “Mary Suhm made him do it”. That is, she made him pass the approval to put that […]

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