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County Judge Nelson Wolff said the Bexar County Democratic Party made the right call to not boycott the Bill Miller restaurant chain.


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The Bexar County Democratic Party has been plagued by infighting, public clashes, allegations of misconduct, court battles and even a complaint to the FBI. Why is there such division and how can the party move forward?


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The chair of the Bexar County Democratic Party has requested an FBI investigation into what she says are financial discrepancies that took place before she took office last summer.

David Martin Davies

Bexar County’s Democratic Party Chair is facing criticism over his use of the party’s headquarters during his unsuccessful run for mayor. Critics are also questioning how Manuel Medina controls of the local party and if greater transparency is needed. 

On Election night, May 6, Manuel Medina’s campaign headquarters was jamming. His supporters are cueing up for food and beer after spending the day getting out the vote.