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You Will Decide the Greatest Dallasites of All Time

We're looking for your votes to determine the people who have made the most significant contribution to our city's history.
By Jason Heid |
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Who’s had the bigger impact on the city of Dallas? George Kessler or George Bush? John Neely Bryan or John Wiley Price? Ron Kirk or Ron Chapman? Ross Perot or Roger Staubach? Emmitt or Troy?

You get the picture. Starting Sept. 12, we’re looking for you to decide the ultimate ranking of the Greatest Dallasites of All Time by determining who should win out in head-to-head matchups among these and many other North Texas titans from throughout the city’s history.

Stay tuned.

dmagazine.com/greatest

UPDATE: Voting is now open and runs through Sept. 23. Go here.

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