Commentary: There is an old tabloid newspaper saying that some stories are “too good to check.” This is one of them.
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.”
A political action committee formed to oppose three propositions on the November ballot has placed a $500,000 ad buy with cable and network television stations.
San Antonio Professional Firefighters Association leaders raised questions about who is funding a political action committee opposing three ballot measures.
The appeal was seen as Secure San Antonio’s Future’s last chance to avoid a long and a likely ugly fight with the firefighters union to sway voters.
The biggest issue facing San Antonio’s citizens is protecting our system of municipal government from a union hijacking.
Officials called on locals to spread the word about the “vital” investment in San Antonio’s infrastructure represented in the 2017 Municipal Bond.
Interim Mayor Ivy Taylor was the last candidate to jump into the race, had the least experience in elected office of the four major candidates, and was outspent at least 2-1 by runoff opponent and former state Sen. Leticia Van de Putte.
Political strategist and consultant Christian Archer, who ran winning mayoral campaigns for former Mayors Phil Hardberger and Julián Castro and more recently for the successful re-election of Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff, has been hired as the new director of the Leticia Van de Putte for Mayor campaign.