Election Results Rundown: Dallas Seats, Fort Worth Props

See the results of all races here.

Elections were held across North Texas Saturday, with several city council and school board seats up for grabs.

In Dallas, for trustee seats with the Dallas Independent School District were up for election.

In District 4, Jaime Resendez has 57 percent of the vote.

In District 5, incumbent Lew Blackburn has 52 percent of the vote.

District 7, Audrey Pinkerton has 59 percent of the vote in a contentious race with Isaac Faz.

In Fort Worth, there are several propositions on the ballot. Props 1 through 4 had to do with the city council and either adding seats or adding pay -- one of which would have double the mayor's salary to just under $60,000 per year.

Prop 1

Prop 2

Prop 3

Prop 4

Propositions 5-11 all passed.

Prop 5

Prop 6

Prop 7

Prop 8

Prop 9

Prop 10

Prop 11

The mayor of Keller, Mark Mathews, will hold on to his position after a failed recall effort. The recall effort begain in 2015 over a conflict of interest debate.

In Collin County, residents in two cities were voting on alcohol sales.

In Allen, the referendum passed.

Frisco, however, will stay dry.

See the results of all races here.

NBC 5 Political Reporter Julie Fine tracks May 7 races.
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