Political people in high places are sowing doubt about voting and elections, making our 200-year-old system seem fraught with problems and even crime. Vote anyway.
Texans will be voting in the middle of a pandemic on congressional, legislative and state board seats.
The runoff election for the Democratic and Republican primaries is July 14. The runoffs were postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Lila Cockrell was a master at appealing to voters by appearing to be an apolitical force working solely for the benefit of the city at large
Mayor Ron Nirenberg has emerged victorious Saturday night in a tight and hotly contested runoff election against District 6 Councilman Greg Brockhouse.
Today is the first day to vote in the June 8 runoff election involving the mayoral and three City Council seats. Early voting runs 8 a.m.-6 p.m. today through Saturday, and continues 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday, June 3 and, Tuesday, June 4. There is no early voting Sunday, June 2.
For the entire night on Saturday night, Mayor Ron Nirenberg held a slim lead over District 6 Councilman Greg Brockhouse, but never reached the 50 percent vote total threshold that would have given him an outright victory. As a result, the contentious race for mayor will continue toward a June 8 runoff.
Late Saturday, the City Council incumbents running for re-election all held commanding leads and appeared to secure victories. Three of the races will be decided in a June 8 runoff election.
Today is the last day to vote for San Antonio’s mayor and all 10 City Council seats. Places on various school boards are also up for grabs.
In an effort to inform our readers for the upcoming May 4 election, we asked all candidates running for mayor of San Antonio how they feel about some of our city’s most pressing issues.