Political observers said Greg Brockhouse’s slow release of policy planks this week was an intelligent strategy to keep the mayoral challenger in the news.
San Antonio’s progressive-leaning City Council that took office in 2017 could swing back towards a more philosophically divided body this year.
Keith Toney and Jada Andrews-Sullivan remain in District 2’s June 8 runoff after a recount failed to show additional votes for Denise Gutierrez-Homer.
Mayoral candidate and Councilman Greg Brockhouse (D6) released the first of a series of policy proposals for his first 90 days in office.
The next City Council B session on Wednesday will be held at Port San Antonio as part of an effort to increase public engagement.
The Bexar County Elections Department data shows which neighborhoods were swayed – to varying degrees – towards each candidate.
The Rivard Report compiled several common questions and answers about the June 8 mayor and City Council runoff election and how it works here.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Councilman Greg Brockhouse will be sharpening their rhetoric over the next five weeks in hopes to win a June 8 runoff election.
This story has been updated.Many voters are experiencing déjà vu Saturday night as San Antonio heads into yet another fierce runoff election between two very different candidates for mayor.
Commentary: Creating targeted programs and policies, along with removing barriers to voting, can boost civic engagement in San Antonio.