Caraway Talks to WFAA About Being Mayor

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Tom Leppert writes in his official letter of resignation sent to the city council that he will officially step down as mayor at 11:59 p.m. tomorrow. At which point Dwaine Caraway will become the interim mayor of Dallas, and no one's more excited about that than Schutze, as you'll see shortly. But early this morning, the present pro tem went on WFAA-Channel 8 to talk about what we can expect during his brief but no doubt glorious reign. Of course, much of the interview dealt with the "negative, dark clouds" (in Cynthia Izaguirre's words) and controversies that have followed him in recent months.

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