2017 Mayoral Election

Joey Palacios / Texas Public Radio

Ron Nirenberg’s campaign headquarters was a one-time car lot on Broadway across from Maverick Park. This is where former mayors Phil Hardberger and Julian Castro also set up shop and forged paths to the mayor’s office – and now it was Nirenberg’s turn.

At 7PM Saturday when the early voting totals were posted online by the Bexar County Election’s Office it was clear that Nirenberg’s victory was almost a certainty. And as Election Day ballot results came in his margin grew, ending the night with 55 percent of the vote against Ivy Taylor’s 45 percent.

From Texas Standard:

Have you voted yet? We're looking at you Pasadena, and you, El Paso, and you, too, San Antonio. Tomorrow there are runoff elections in all three cities. And in each city, the top job in city government is at stake.

Brandon Watts http://bit.ly/1gXUTNn

San Antonio's technology sector is a small but growing force in business and politics. On the issue of Saturday's election for Mayor, there isn't a uniform response. 

San Antonio Police Officers Association Endorses Taylor For Mayor

May 24, 2017
Joey Palacios / Texas Public Radio

The San Antonio Police Officers Association has endorsed Mayor Ivy Taylor for reelection.  Taylor is locked in a June 10 runoff battle with District 8 Councilman Ron Nirenberg.

IvyRTaylorSA Facebook/VoteRon.com

Mayor Ivy Taylor had promised to run a clean reelection campaign, but she's now launched an attack website against her challenger, Councilman Ron Nirenberg. 


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