A former Congressional candidate is bringing a message of unity in a hotly divided political climate, and he believes addressing jobs and the economy can help.
Cityflag created a mobile app that enables citizens to engage with local government and alert officials about municipal problems, such as road hazards.
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Board and commission appointees serve as community representatives and advisors to both council members and the mayor on specific topics.
The panel discussion “Contemporary Thought Leaders: A Civic Engagement Symposium” will take place at the Pearl Stable on April 10 at 6:30 p.m.
A coalition of organizations and nonprofits launched a campaign meant to raise awareness around the May 6 City Election and encourage more people to get to the polls.
When it comes to politics, do Latino Millennials care about anything?
In 2014, there were 53.3 million Latinos in the United States, comprising 17.1% of the total U.S. population, according to the Pew Research Center.
The City of San Antonio is inviting citizens to take a deeper dive into the annual budgeting process via the SASpeakUp Survey, which can be taken in English or Spanish and allows participants to try out an interactive budget balancing simulator.
In an effort to boost voter turnout for local elections, Councilmember Ron Nirenberg (D8) has proposed that San Antonio move its municipal election from May of odd-numbered years to November of even-numbered years to coincide with federal elections.