Updated, 10:17 p.m.: Here's the final. http://www.star-telegram.com/2013/06/15/4940785/vasquez-concedes-to-ramos-in-fort.html#my-headlines-default
Updated, 9:11 p.m.: Paz takes lead 927-893 with 98 percent of vote in, Bivens leads 1240-936, Ramos leads 862-146.
Updated, 8:37 p.m.: Bivens leads Moss 1051-840; Ramos leads 764-142, and Rangel leads 769-528. In Crowley, Dornan leads 167-124, and in Pelican Bay, Oberg leads 71-53.
Updated, 8:10 p.m.: With 20 percent of the vote counted, Gyna Bivens has opened a small lead over Frank Moss, 801-773. In the schools races, Jacinto Ramos is leading Carlos Vasquez 525-115; Juan Rangel is leading Ashley Paz, 662-403. No updates in the Crowley and Pelican Bay races yet.
Updated, 7:37 p.m.: Carlos Vasquez concedes to Jacinto Ramos, Jr.
Updated, 7:35 p.m.: For Crowley City Place 3, James Dornan is leading Jesse Johnson, 106-87 with the mail-in and early in-person vote counted. All votes are from Tarrant County. There was no early voting among Johnson County residents eligible to vote in the election, a city official said tonight.
Updated, 7:28 p.m.: In Pelican Bay Place 4, Glen Oberg is leading Tish Allen, 71-53, with the mail-in and early in-person vote counted.
Updated, 7:26 p.m. with early vote totals for the Fort Worth schools and city races.
These are the leaders, with the mail-in and early in-person votes counted in today's runoffs. More info coming up shortly. All updates on this post.
In Fort Worth schools District 1, Jacinto Ramos Jr. is leading incumbent Carlos Vasquez, 487-110.
In Fort Worth schools District 9, incumbent Juan Rangel is leading Ashley Paz, 617-379.
For Fort Worth City Council District 5, challenger Gyna Bivens is leading incumbent Frank Moss, 716-715.
- Scott Nishimura, Star-Telegram Fort Worth City Hall reporter
- Jessamy Brown, Star-Telegram Fort Worth schools reporter