Sandoval plans to put all of her experience and knowledge toward improving not only her district, but also San Antonio as a whole.
Around the time Councilman Warrick (D2) announced Toney’s endorsement, Shaw, accused Toney of asking him to pay $15,000 in exchange for his support.
Incumbent Mayor Ivy Taylor and Councilman Ron Nirenberg (D8) shared their thoughts on the Alamo Master Plan Tuesday night.
Taylor and Nirenberg are now in a runoff sprint, with early voting starting May 30 and the runoff election on June 10.
The head-to-head mayor’s race and close battles in many of the council districts will present a high stakes scenario that will excite and motivate voters.
Ana Sandoval stunned incumbent District 7 Councilman Cris Medina, winning a razor-thin general election victory with 50.79% of the votes cast in the race.
After Saturday’s vote, one thing is clear: Bexar County supports its public schools.
San Antonio’s $850 million bond package received overwhelming support from voters Saturday, passing easily with approval of more than 67% for each proposition.
Separated by less than 5,000 votes, Taylor and Nirenberg now vie for the nearly 20% of the votes that went to 12 other candidates on the ballot.
The Alamo Colleges District’s $450 million bond issue made a strong showing Saturday with 66.83% voting in favor, even with the accreditation sanctions handed down this January.