Jada Andrews-Sullivan, Adriana Rocha Garcia, and Melissa Cabello Havrda were sworn in as City Council’s newest members at a ceremony Wednesday.
Jada Andrews-Sullivan and Keith Toney were separated by only 99 votes after early returns were released Saturday evening.
San Antonio’s June runoff election began with a slow start Saturday morning, with about 5,500 voters casting ballots before 10 a.m.
The campaign finance report Keith Toney filed last week was a headscratcher.
District 2 City Council candidate Keith Toney was photographed standing near an early voting polling location Tuesday but denied he was electioneering.
In his race against Jada Andrews-Sullivan, Keith Toney will aim to win election to the District 2 council seat after three previous attempts.
San Antonio’s progressive-leaning City Council that took office in 2017 could swing back towards a more philosophically divided body this year.
The third-place candidate has filed paperwork and submitted a deposit with the City Clerk’s office for a recount in the District 2 City Council race.
The San Antonio City Council District 2 race is likely headed to a runoff with a former occupant of the seat, Keith Toney, at the top of the heap.