With less than three months until the city election, San Antonio’s three major mayoral candidates began defining their positions on a host of local issues.
Mayoral candidates Councilman Ron Nirenberg (D8) and Bexar County Democratic Party Chairman Manuel Medina participated in a panel discussion in front of retired senior citizens at Morningside Ministries at The Meadows.
Gallagher announced his decision on Thursday during Council’s regular meeting.
Hurd, who served as a CIA officer from 2000-2009 in South Asia and the Middle East, has an ample background in computer science, cybersecurity and national security, sits on the Homeland Security Committee, and is chairman of the IT Subcommittee for Oversight and Government Reform.
Flanked by notable community and business leaders, Mayor Ivy Taylor announced Sunday afternoon that she will be running for office again in 2017.
“Four days before the pivotal 2016 election, I’m back and North Carolina is again a battleground state.”
The presidential election is far from over, Republican and Democrat representatives say.
“We should be outraged that we the people have grown too soft and ungrateful to nurture and protect that system in even the simplest of ways.”
Tech Bloc and Bexar County officials will host a luncheon and informational session to recruit the next generation of election volunteers.
Approximately 200 people came out to Galería E.V.A on the Southside to support Green Party presidential candidate Dr. Jill Stein, as well as state and local candidates in the 2016 election, which is less than a month away.