Mayor Ron Nirenberg and former mayors Julián Castro, Phil Hardberger, Henry Cisneros, and Ed Garza joined forces on Monday to tell voters to vote no on Propositions A, B, and C.
My reason for voting no on Propositions A, B, and C is clear: I will not turn my back on San Antonio, on my community, or on my children.
Here’s a simple breakdown of what voters will be choosing in the ballot box when they vote on propositions A, B, and C.
Pelaez and attorney David Van Os went toe to toe Monday night debating the three propositions San Antonio voters will see on the November ballot.
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.
Fire union President Chris Steele backed out of a scheduled panel discussion Thursday night with Mayor Ron Nirenberg.
San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg and firefighters union President Chris Steele are slated to to discuss three controversial propositions on the November ballot.
Go Vote No, the campaign against three charter amendments on the local November ballot, hosted its official kick off party Saturday morning at La Villita.
The political action committee fighting three proposed charter amendments will officially launch its “Go Vote No” campaign Saturday morning at La Villita.