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The race for San Antonio Mayor ended undecided on Election Day Saturday, May 4th with a 3,151 voter spread between incumbent Mayor Ron Nirenberg and his prime challenger Councilman Greg Brockhouse, the two, in addition to the top candidates in District 2, 4 and 6, are headed to a June 8th Runoff Election. Issues in […]

Today is Election Day in Bexar County. The San Antonio Mayor and City Council will be decided and less than 7%, only 66,875, of the nearly one million registered voters in the County (961,087) participated in Early Voting that took place in April during Fiesta. The Claude Black Center was shy of 1,000 Voters with […]

With two days of Early Voting underway, the Brookhollow Library leads with the most Early Voters having 512 cast their ballots on the first day, Monday, April 22nd and 659 the second day. The Claude Black Center saw 93 and 99 Voters on the same two days. Thunderstorms in the greater San Antonio area are […]

Early Voting commenced this morning and runs through Tuesday, April 30th in Bexar County for the San Antonio Mayoral and City Council Elections, as well as many other municipalities inside the county such as Balcones Heights, Leon Valley, Windcrest, and school board races. Check out this Early Voting Guide for information such as what voters […]

Eight Candidates are vying for the San Antonio City Council District 2 position that will be decided on Saturday, May 4th in the upcoming Municipal Election, however, a run-off is likely with eight people on the ballot. In one week, voters will begin deciding who they want to serve with the start of Early Voting […]

Early Voting for the upcoming Municipal Elections in Bexar County is just days away starting Monday, April 22nd through Tuesday, April 30th. Election Day is Saturday, May 4th. The San Antonio Mayoral and City Council positions are among contested races on the ballot. Find out more, including sample ballots, early voting locations and hours, and […]

In Local News – The San Antonio current reported that: “A long-simmering dispute between Bexar County Democratic Party officials overflowed on Wednesday into allegations by its current leader that loyalists to former chairman Manuel Medina committed financial crimes.”At a press conference outside the Bexar County Courthouse, current Chairwoman Monica Alcantara said she discovered documents showing “more than […]

In Local News – Republican Gov. Greg Abbott is pushing a bill that would stop cities from forcing private employers to provide paid sick leave to workers. Cities such as Austin and San Antonio recently passed ordinances requiring private employers to provide paid sick leave. But a state appeals court found Austin’s policy unconstitutional in […]

The People’s Legislator by Doug Heath When it comes to noteworthy African American female legislators from Texas the names of Barbara Jordan, Shirley Chisholm and Shelia Jackson-Lee quickly come to mind. Residents from the Eastside of San Antonio would add the late Ruth Jones McClendon’s name the to list of distinguished legislators. Ruth Jones McClendon […]

-sponsored by VIA Metropolitan Transit In Local News – VIA Metropolitan Transit is providing Park & Ride Service to all San Antonio Commanders home games for the 2019 season. Park & Ride Service to Commanders home games will be provided from the Crossroads Park & Ride (151 Crossroads Blvd.) and the Madla Transit Center (1584 Cantrell Drive). Service will begin […]


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