More than a few political observers and one serious potential candidate believe Mayor Ron Nirenberg is vulnerable to being defeated next year.
Carlton Soules, a conservative Republican, will help Manuel Medina’s bid to become San Antonio’s next mayor.
Nirenberg saw San Antonio’s promise before the city developed into what it is today; keeping that momentum going is one of his top priorities as a mayoral candidate.
CentroMed, the local nonprofit health care organization that focuses on serving vulnerable populations, plans to open a primary care clinic and wellness center in October 2017 that will serve one of the most underserved communities in Bexar County.
Members of San Antonio’s lesbian, bisexual, gay, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) community want the city’s next mayor to follow the lead of Dallas and Houston and expand the 2013 non-discrimination ordinance (NDO) to include private companies.
During a forum hosted by the hospitality industry, the four primary mayoral candidates began to take stronger stances against one another’s viewpoints.
The electronic ballot for the May 9 City Election ballot is not going to be an easy one to navigate.
Political strategist and consultant Christian Archer, who ran winning mayoral campaigns for former Mayors Phil Hardberger and Julián Castro and more recently for the successful re-election of Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff, has been hired as the new director of the Leticia Van de Putte for Mayor campaign.
Editor’s Note: The Rivard Report team has an update to share regarding our sold-out Pints & Politics event: I personally spoke to each of the four candidates and proposed a second event at a larger venue.
Editor’s Note: Sen. Leticia Van de Putte delivered her farewell speech in the Texas Senate Tuesday.