Dallas Council Candidate Says His Partner Never Called for Oak Lawn Restaurant Boycott

A Dallas City Council candidate acknowledged Tuesday that his partner called an Oak Lawn restaurant to ask for the removal of another candidate's political sign but said that his partner did not threaten the eatery with a boycott.The candidate, Omar Narvaez, is running for a seat in the West Dallas area, not in Oak Lawn. But the sign involved was in support of a candidate in Oak Lawn who is running against Narvaez's political ally, council member Philip Kingston.BuzzBrews owner Ernest Belmore said last week that his Lemmon Avenue restaurant took down a sign for council candidate Matt Wood after a man called to complain about the sign and accuse Wood of being anti-LGBT.  Continue reading...

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