Results of the elections: see all the races here
The incumbent Betsy Price defeated Deborah Peoples and James McBride to win his fifth term as mayor of Fort Worth.
In a city that has no time limits, Price is now the longest running mayor in the history of Fort Worth.
"Our priorities will remain the same with which we have been successful," said Price. "We are working on education, transport, infrastructure and job creation, recruiting jobs for this city".
People said he knew he could never match Price's war and that he had to depend on people to spread his message.
He said he was proud of his campaign.
"We were able to keep the message," said Popoli. "Fort Worth has problems, it's a problem with the tax base, it's a problem with transport, it's a problem with transparency."
Fort Worth voters were also asked to consider eight city council seats, although candidates in districts 2 and 9 were running without opposition.
In District 3, the incumbent Brian Byrd defeated challenger Tanner Smith to win his second term, while in C 4 Moon of District 4 he beat Max Striker to earn his third.
In District 5, the incumbent Gyna Bivens beat four challengers to keep his place. In district 6, longtime counselor Jungus Jordan faced two challengers to win his eighth term. Jordan, elected for the first time in June 2005, represented the district for 14 years.
The incumbent Dennis Shingleton overcame two challengers competing for his place in District 7. Shingleton has been on the city council since 2011 and sought his fifth term. In district 8, Kelly Allen Gray won his fourth term since he was sworn in for the first time on 10 July 2012.
In District 2, the President of the ISD Council of Fort Worth, Tobi Jackson, obtained another mandate; Jackson has been on the board since 2010. In District 3, Quinton Phillips beat Cleveland Harris to fill the vacated seat by Christene Chadwick Moss. Moss was elected for the first time to represent District 3 in 1990.
In district 5, Judy Needham chose not to seek re-election. C. Evans won against Carla Morton to replace Needham.
In district 6, the second vice president, Ann Sutherland, opted to withdraw and not apply for re-election. Anne Darr had the approval of Sutherland and passed two other challengers to win the place.
Scott Gordon of NBC 5 contributed to this report.