Meet Lee Henderson

Lee Henderson is a Fort Worth native and an experienced servant leader. He grew up in Ridgmar and currently resides in the North Hi Mount neighborhood. 

A community leader with deep Fort Worth roots, Lee Henderson is proud of our city’s growth and knows we need strong leaders to ensure Fort Worth continues to work for us. 

A graduate of Arlington Heights High School, he came home to Fort Worth after college and built a manufacturing and technology company as the Chief Financial Officer, creating hundreds of good-paying jobs.

Lee currently serves as a national policy advocacy strategist, as well as a key advisor to many Fort Worth elected officials such as FWISD Trustee Ashley Paz and former Councilmember Kathleen Hicks.

Lee supports fully funding our public safety agencies, lowering taxes, promoting economic development, and improving our neglected city infrastructure and transportation.


MENDING A BROKEN INFRASTRUCTURE

Fixing Fort Worth’s broken infrastructure and improving roads and public transportation to reduce traffic and commute times

ECONOMIC GROWTH FOR FORT WORTH

Modernizing our government to ensure we have smart, sustainable growth and can attract new businesses that create good-paying jobs

EASING THE TAX BURDEN FOR HOMEOWNERS

Easing property tax burdens on homeowners while strengthening essential services and public safety

ISSUES

Lee has a proven record of fighting for the rights and freedoms of every Texan and will put that dedication and experience to work for us.

TAXPAYER WATCH DOG

For too long homeowners have had to shoulder the burden of funding city projects in the form of sky-high property taxes. Lee fully supports bringing in taxpayer watchdogs to ensure that the taxpayers have lower property taxes.  Additionally we must ensure that city spending does not work to fund frivolous projects that do not benefit Fort Worthians.

CRUSHING THE PANDEMIC

We are lucky to live in such a resilient city. Throughout the pandemic we have seen acts of kindness and assistance from the city. We must continue to bring Fort Worth back to its status as a thriving city with healthy citizens.  Lee will support all attempts to restore normalcy and a speedy recovery. 

FIXING PERMITTING & CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY PROCESS

Project Managers, Developers and Realtors tell of a recurring problem that is costing us jobs and tax revenue. While we must protect our neighorboods, this problem occurs in our industrial and commercial zones. These experts say we are losing projects and business to the suburbs because of lengthy delays and red tape. They point to our city processes in comparison to other major cities and the surrounding suburbs as they key point to losing out.

CITY INFRASTRUCTURE & TRANSPORTATION

We must address our neglected city infrastructure. Addressing this brings about incredible benefits such as more businesses and jobs to Fort Worth. Additionally, our streets are congested and commute times are too long. We must work to expand and improve our roads as well as our public transportation system.

ELECTION DAY – VOTING

Election Day is Saturday, May 1st.
Use the map below to find a convenient location.

You must vote in the county you are registered, either Denton or Tarrant.

Tarrant County Voters can vote at ANY LOCATION in the county.
Denton County Voters must vote at their LOCAL PRECINCT location.

Both counties locations are on this map.

7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m