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Betsy Price

Betsy Price
44th Mayor of Fort Worth, Texas
Incumbent
Assumed office
12 July 2011[1]
Preceded by Mike Moncrief
Personal details
Political party Republican

Betsy Price is the 44th mayor of Fort Worth, Texas. She was elected on June 18, 2011, in a nonpartisan race to replace mayor Mike Moncrief, and took office on July 12.[2] She is a Republican who previously served 2½ terms as Tarrant County tax assessor-collector, from 2001 to 2011. Price graduated from Arlington Heights High School and earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas at Arlington. Since then, she has been an active mother and a leader in the Fort Worth community, serving on numerous boards, commissions and professional associations. After running her own successful business for 17 years, Price turned to public service, and was elected in 2000 to serve as Tarrant County’s Tax Assessor. She has been married to Tom, an insurance agent, for more than 40 years and has three adult children, Kathryn, Phillip and Paul.

References

  1. ^ "City of Fort Worth Mayors and Council Members 1967 - Present".  
  2. ^ "Price handily defeats Lane in runoff for Fort Worth mayor".  

External links

  • Campaign website
  • City website
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