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City of San Antonio 2019 Elections Recap

Jun 10, 2019
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Monday at noon on "The Source" – In a very close runoff race, incumbent Ron Nirenberg edged out challenger Greg Brockhouse on Saturday to secure a second term as Mayor of San Antonio.

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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

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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.

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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. 

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?

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Two of the nine candidates for San Antonio mayor met for their first debate Friday morning. Incumbent mayor Ron Nirenberg faced off against challenger District 6 Councilman Greg Brockhouse.

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District 6 Councilman Greg Brockhouse has ended months of speculation; he’s running for mayor.


The first-term councilman said he believes San Antonio is not heading in the right direction and will challenge incumbent Mayor Ron Nirenberg, who is in his first term leading the city council. The two often trade barbed words with each other over city driven policies and decisions.

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Updated 6:30 p.m.

Sheryl Sculley announced her retirement Thursday, after more than 13 years as San Antonio's city manager.

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With talk of a "blue wave" and partisan mud-slinging, the midterm elections would have been divisive and tribalistic enough, but for San Antonio voters there’s additional fear at the polls.

Known as Propositions A, B, and C, these ballot items have been especially combustible in local politics. 

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The midterm elections will decide the fate of three local propositions which, if approved, would change the San Antonio City Charter and how municipal government is managed.