The Greg Brockhouse-supporting public safety unions spent twice as much as Mayor Ron Nirenberg on Facebook ads last week as the June 8 runoff nears.
PACs are trying to leave their mark on one of San Antonio’s most contentious mayoral elections by spending hundreds of thousands of dollars to support their preferred candidate.
Nearly 82,000 people cast ballots during the early voting period for the June runoff election, beating the 2017 runoff turnout by more than 12,000 votes.
A side-by-side comparison of that with other reports Gomez wrote that week indicate they were written by the same person.
The campaign finance report Keith Toney filed last week was a headscratcher.
Early voting started last Tuesday, and more than 68,000 have cast ballots so far. Early voting ends Tuesday, and polls are open 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed a lawsuit to get the City of San Antonio to release documents related to his investigation into the city’s removal of Chick-fil-A from an airport contract.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg is on track to outpace Councilman Greg Brockhouse in campaign contributions, according to the latest campaign finance reports.
Former Mayor Lila Cockrell, 97, was turned away from a polling place Wednesday for not having a required form of ID but returned to cast her vote Friday.
The City of San Antonio is waiting to submit its application for nearly $14 million in grants from the FAA as the City is under investigation from the federal agency regarding its removal of Chick-fil-A from an airport contract.