Commentary: San Antonians voting in the constitutional amendment election Nov. 5 should pay close attention to Propositions 5 and 8.
Commentary: Creating targeted programs and policies, along with removing barriers to voting, can boost civic engagement in San Antonio.
The three propositions proposed by the fire union are among the most hotly debated items on the ballot.
Voting for the three ballot proposition would allow the citizens of San Antonio to neutralize the special interests that have run city government for decades.
More so than bond ratings, I am concerned about what passing the ballot props would do to the many historically marginalized people in our city.
Unlike most congressional districts in Texas that have a distinct red or blue shade, this district, which stretches from San Antonio to El Paso, could go either way.
I am proud of my record in Congress, and I humbly ask my bosses, the people I represent in District 23, to allow me to keep working hard for them.
Republican Chip Roy and Democrat Joseph Kopser are vying for the 21st Congressional District seat that is being vacated by retiring Republican Lamar Smith.
Texans are blessed with abundant energy and natural resources and cling happily to their faith and hard-fought and hard-won constitutional rights.
With population and jobs growth fueling a rapidly evolving economic footprint, District 21 is uniquely prepared to assume a leadership role.