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District 6 Councilman Greg Brockhouse held a news conference at the fire union’s banquet hall Wednesday to detail his concerns about the recordings and support San Antonio city charter amendments proposed by the fire union.

Council members, freom left, Manny Pelaez, Anna Sandoval and Shirley Gonzales speak at the Go Vote No campaign headquarters after the release of secretly recorded audio. 10.9.18
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The Go Vote No Campaign, which opposes the San Antonio Professional Firefighter’s Associations proposed city charter amendments, has released another secret recording of what it says is fire union President Chris Steele.

 


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The San Antonio Professional Firefighters Association held a news conference Thursday, one day after the Go Vote No Campaign released audio of what it says is fire union President Chris Steele talking to firefighters about the union's political plans.

 


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The Go Vote No Campaign, which opposes the San Antonio Professional Firefighters Association’s proposed amendments to the San Antonio city charter, has released secretly recorded audio that it says is the fire union president discussing the union’s ultimate goals.

 


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Registered voters in San Antonio will see three key propositions when filling out their ballot for the Nov. 6 election cycle. 


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