Hakemy conceeds Southlake City Council Place 2 race to Robbins, Torres-Lepp wins Place 5 seat

Randy Robbins and Amy Torres-Lepp are Southlake City Council's newest members. (Courtesy Robbins and Torres-Lepp)
Randy Robbins and Amy Torres-Lepp are Southlake City Council's newest members. (Courtesy Robbins and Torres-Lepp)

Randy Robbins and Amy Torres-Lepp are Southlake City Council's newest members. (Courtesy Robbins and Torres-Lepp)

Editor's Note: This story has been updated to reflect the most up-to-date information.

Southlake City Council Place 2 candidate Sabreena Hakemy has conceded the race to opponent Randy Robbins in a Facebook post. Robbins received over 70% of the votes.

"I can’t say I’m not disappointed, but I can say I’m grateful to every single voter, every single donor, every single supporter, you are the ones that inspired me to run in the first place," Hakemy wrote on in her post.

Hakemy is an entrepreneur and has served on the Zoning Board of Adjustment for the city of Southlake for two terms. Robbins is a physician and has served on the Community Engagement Committee, GRACE board of directors and Southlake Young Life Committee.

Amy Torres-Lepp won the Southlake City Council Place 5 race against Elisha Rurka with 70% of the votes.


Torres-Lepp is the founder and CEO of Texas Excel Title and has served on the Southlake Planning & Zoning Commission. Rurka is a mother of students currently enrolled in Carroll ISD and has served on her community’s HOA Board for eight years.

All election results are unofficial until verified and canvassed.

Visit communityimpact.com/voter-guide/election-results to see results from all local elections in your community.
By Sandra Sadek
Sandra Sadek covers the cities of Grapevine, Southlake and Roanoke as well as Carroll ISD for Community Impact. She graduated from Texas State University where she majored in journalism and international relations. She has experience working for several local papers including the University Star, the Katy Times, and the Fort Stockton Pioneer. When she's not on the ground reporting, she enjoys a good book and a hot drink. Follow her on social media @ssadek19.


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