Neither Mayor Taylor nor Ron Nirenberg said “yes” or “no” to signing such statements or issuing an official local resolution in support of the Paris accord.
District 1 Councilman Roberto Treviño has called accusations that he used City resources for his re-election campaign “unfounded and untrue,” adding that he and his staff “go through painstaking measures to make sure there’s an actual separation between campaign and City work.
From May 30 through Tuesday, June 6, just over 60,535 people took advantage of the early voting period
The most divisive topics during the last live broadcast mayoral debate were the “sanctuary cities” lawsuit, police union contract, and annexation policies.
With early voting in the June 10 runoff now underway, Councilman Alan Warrick (D2) faces a tough trial in the court of public opinion.
On a rainy Tuesday, the first day of early voting, 7,471 San Antonio residents cast votes in the mayoral and City Council runoff races, marking a 7% higher turnout than the first day of early voting for the May 6 general and bond election, when a total of 7,001 people turned out to vote.
Former Mayor Phil Hardberger has endorsed Councilman Ron Nirenberg (D8) for mayor in a video released Monday at 9 p.m., less than 12 hours before early voting opens in San Antonio’s June 10 mayoral and City Council runoff election.
Residents in San Antonio City Council District 6 have concerns including graffiti, public safety, growing traffic congestion, and street maintenance.
The campaign for City Council District 1 has been mostly about neighborhoods and how the City can serve people in some of the oldest parts of San Antonio.
Most political observers were unsurprised Wednesday by the police union’s endorsement of Mayor Ivy Taylor in the June 10 runoff election against Councilman Ron Nirenberg (D8).