Here are our final stories, after final results posted about 1 a.m.:

And from the Texas Tribune: Texas voters approve two modest property tax relief measures

11 p.m.: The final precincts are taking awhile to tally. Results are pending.

10 p.m.: A note from reporter Rachel Behrndt:

9:45 p.m.: Looks lik Blaylock will win outright, avoiding a runoff.

9:15 p.m.: Another note from reporters Emily Wolf and Kristen Barton:

8:45 p.m.: If results finish like they are currently, we will see a runoff between Wallace Bridges and Brian Dixon. Let’s see what final results will be.

7:33 p.m.: A report from reporters Emily Wolf and Kristen Barton.

7:20 p..m.: It looks like good news for the city of Fort Worth. Eary voting indicates that all 5 bond proposals will pass.

7:12 p.m.: Here’s an early look at FWISD results. Brian Dixon takes the lead over Wallace Bridges.:

7:06 p.m.: Here’s an early look at Fort Worth Prop F, which would give pay raises to the mayor and city council.

And an early look at Council District 4:

Early voting results should come in about 7 p.m.

Read all of our prior coverage here.

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