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2019 Mayoral Election

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With Election Day fast approaching, reporting from San Antonio Express-News' Brian Chasnoff reveals new information related to a 2009 allegation of domestic violence by City Council representative Greg Brockhouse, who is in a runoff for mayor.

Guest: Brian Chasnoff, investigative reporter for the San Antonio Express-News

Courtesy Greg Brockhouse

District 6 Councilman Greg Brockhouse appeared on TPR's "The Source" on Thursday to explain his plans if he is elected mayor. He also defended himself from allegations of domestic violence he supposedly committed in 2009.

San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg and San Antonio City Councilman Greg Brockhouse addressed some of the top issues of the June 8th mayoral runoff election during separate appearances on TPR's "The Source."

Courtesy Greg Brockhouse

 

Thursday at noon on "The Source" — District 6 City Council representative Greg Brockhouse is in a heated runoff for San Antonio Mayor against incumbent Ron Nirenberg. 

Courtesy of the candidate.

WEDNESDAY at noon on "The Source" — The race for Mayor of San Antonio is closer than expected. Will incumbent Ron Nirenberg hold on to the office or succumb to the momentum of challenger Greg Brockhouse?


Joey Palacios | Texas Public Radio

"Building the City You Deserve" is how San Antonio’s mayor set the foundation for his 2019 re-election campaign. But is it enough to be re-elected? Ron Nirenberg wants voters to look at the progress of projects started under his tenure and see him as a fellow resident who wants the best for San Antonio.

Joey Palacios | Texas Public Radio

Greg Brockhouse has emerged as the main challenger to Mayor Ron Nirenberg in the 2019 municipal elections. The District 6 councilman is attempting to unseat an incumbent mayor, and he's gambling his political career on this fight.

Texas Public Radio's signature talk show "The Source" hosted San Antonio mayoral candidates Ron Nirenberg and Greg Brockhouse for a live forum Monday. What are their visions for San Antonio? Where do they stand on critical policies? What can we learn from their records?