Betsy Price 
March 15th at 7:30PM

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Part of a 4 part series, Betsy Price will be sharing her experience, strength, and inspiration of her success in politics and her future plans of running for Tarrant County Judge. After running her own successful business for 17 years, Betsy Price turned to public service and was first elected in 2000 to serve as the County Tax Assessor. Not afraid to ask tough questions, Betsy made her department one of the most efficient in Texas, saving taxpayers millions of dollars. 

Serving as Fort Worth Mayor for a decade, Betsy excelled at improving the basic services of her growing city with stronger public safety, fiscal responsibility, and job growth. She accomplished this while also reducing the city’s property tax rate by 12 percent – one of the largest tax cuts among Texas cities. 

Betsy earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas at Arlington. Together with Tom, her husband of 49 years, Betsy has three adult children, Kathryn, Phillip and Paul, and has been

an active member of her church for 4 decades. In her spare time, she is an avid cyclist, competitive clay shooter and enjoys spending quality time with her many grandchildren.