Jack Reynolds, a former economics professor at Tarrant County College, is seeking a seat on the college’s board of trustees.

Reynolds, 54, is one of four candidates vying for the board’s District 4 seat, which represents West Fort Worth, Azle, Haslet, Watauga, North Richland Hills and Haltom City. Other candidates to date include incumbent Bill Greenhill, Laura Forkner Prichett and Larry Dale Carpenter Jr.

Election Day is May 6. Early voting begins April 24 and ends May 2. The last day to register to vote is April 6.

Reynolds announced his campaign last summer.

“I will put taxpayers first. I own property in the district, and property taxes will be my first priority,” he said in a Facebook post.

The District 5 seat on the TCC board also is slated for the May ballot. Trustees are elected to four-year terms and serve in single-member districts.

Candidates have until Feb. 17 to file for a place on the ballot.

Jacob Sanchez is an enterprise journalist for the Fort Worth Report. Contact him at jacob.sanchez@fortworthreport.org or via Twitter. At the Fort Worth Report, news decisions are made independently of our board members and financial supporters. Read more about our editorial independence policy here.

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Jacob Sanchez is an enterprise reporter for the Fort Worth Report. His work has appeared in the Temple Daily Telegram, The Texas Tribune and the Texas Observer. He is a graduate of St. Edward’s University....