June 12, 2017: Flores, Thalman joining councils, but it was close
Carlos E. Flores, an aerospace engineer who grew up on the north side, will represent District 2 on the Fort Worth City Council at a time of unprecedented growth.​ Fort Worth Star-Telegram 

​June 10, 2017: Flores wins in Fort Worth
In the end, Flores said he ran his campaign on facts and the issues, and is what he attributes his victory to. He was also thankful to his campaign staff, who he said was “a wonderful, supportive and proactive team.”​ Fort Worth Star-Telegram 

May 18, 2017: Carlos Flores is the best choice for District 2
Flores, with his deep knowledge and understanding of local government, stands ready to serve the residents of District 2. He is someone who will put into productive action his many years of public service. The Star-Telegram Editorial Board recommends Carlos Flores for Fort Worth City Council District 2.​ Fort Worth Star-Telegram

May 8, 2017: Tarrant County voters return to polls June 10 to settle runoffs

The race to replace retiring Councilman Sal Espino comes down to two candidates. Carlos Flores drew 43.8 percent of the vote in a four-way race. The runoff election is open to all local voters, regardless if they voted in the May 6 election.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram

March 13, 2017: Fort Worth Officers Association Endorses Carlos Flores for City Council District 2

The Fort Worth Police Officers Association has endorsed Carlos Flores for the Fort Worth City Council - District 2 seat.
His father Stan Flores served on the Crime Control & Prevention District (CCPD). Carlos followed his father's path with distinguished service as a board member on the CCPD. In addition, as President of the Northside Neighborhood Association, Carlos worked hard on crime prevention and reduction efforts in our community. As a Councilmember, Carlos will work to add more police officers to improve response times and increase neighborhood police presence, expand the number of crime watch groups, and ensure the new North Fort Worth Police Substation is built for our community. Public safety is of paramount importance. Working together, our police and neighborhoods can make Fort Worth the nation's safest major city.

March 11, 2017: Fort Worth Council Issues

Bud Kennedy writes about the Fort Worth Chorizo and Menudo Breakfast. Fort Worth Star-Telegram


April 13, 2017: Four candidates crowd ballot for the District 2 council seat

New to the ballot is Carlos Flores, an aerospace engineer and north Fort Worth native, whose service on several city boards and commissions, he says, has laid a foundation for a tenure on the City Council. Fort Worth Star-Telegram

January 18, 2017: Filing as Candidate for City Council

Excited to file as a candidate for City Council District 2! Looking forward to the opportunity to serve the citizens of the district and Fort Worth. The Fort Worth Star-Telegram mentioned the filing of candidates.

November 28, 2016: Sal Espino won’t seek seventh Fort Worth City Council term

City Councilman Sal Espino announced early Monday that he would not seek a seventh term for the District 2 council seat next spring and then threw his support behind Northside Neighborhood Association President Carlos Flores to replace him. Fort Worth Star Telegram

April 21, 2017: Carlos Flores, ready to take reins of District 2

His seasoned knowledge of local government enables him to approach things with an open mind. As he puts it, his job is to collect the necessary information from several sources and make the best balanced decision, adding that his roots in the north side give him a unique and valuable historical perspective of the area. The Star-Telegram Editorial Board recommends Carlos Flores for Fort Worth City Council District 2. Fort Worth Star-Telegram

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Thank you for electing me to represent District 2!