One week after it dropped a controversial lawsuit, the City has not heard from the firefighters union or its representatives about contract talks.
San Antonio voters are clearly unconvinced that City Manager Sheryl Sculley was worth their vote of confidence.
Click Here For Updated Election ResultsThis article will be updated.With all precincts reporting at 1:30 a.m., voters sent unique messages for each of the City's three highly disputed ballot propositions Tuesday evening.
The Go Vote No campaign on Tuesday released six more audio clips of firefighters union President Chris Steele.
Both Sheryl Sculley and Chris Steele have been paid millions for their work in San Antonio, but it's clear which has provided a greater return on investment.
Passage of any of the three charter measures muscled on to the Nov. 6 ballot by the firefighters union and their out-of-town paid petition peddlers would bring San Antonio's momentum to an ugly stop.
San Antonio firefighters union President Chris Steele told firefighters he had "five solid votes" on City Council that would support the union, according to a second leaked recording released on Tuesday.
Two political campaigns are painting different pictures of Steele, who successfully led the charge to get three Charter amendment proposals on the November ballot.
Spokespeople for the San Antonio First campaign attempted to steer the press conference toward their willingness to debate the issues ahead of the Nov. 6 election.
In a leaked recording, fire union boss Chris Steele says he wants to "put our own guy in the mayor’s office, which would be Greg Brockhouse."