Hicks reported raising $10,310 in contributions, and spending $28,596. She reported $27,198 in cash on hand.
Contributions included $2,500 from FW Mason Heights, L.P., headed by Happy Baggett, and one of the developers working on a major mixed-use development in the district off of U.S. 287. Baggett was a supporter last year of Gray's challenger, Ramon Romero.
Other contributions included $2,500 from Sendera Title executive Marjie Wrigley; and $500 from the Linebarger Goggan Blair law firm, also a contributor to Gray in the same amount.
Hicks recently won the endorsement of the Fort Worth Police Officers Association. Her report reflected no contributions yet from the POA.
- Scott Nishimura, Star-Telegram Fort Worth City Hall reporter