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City officials will release the newest iteration of the San Antonio Climate Action and Adaptation Plan on August 22. What's changed? Will the debate over if and how the City should address climate change continue to be mired in controversy or is there common ground to be found for addressing climate change on the local level?


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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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?


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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San Antonio is in a race against time to address key transportation issues to meet the demands of a growing population. 


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Several dozen people braved the chilly winds at Alamo Stadium in San Antonio Saturday to hear Mayor Ron Nirenberg announce that he was running for a second term as San Antonio.

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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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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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According to the U.S. Census Bureau, San Antonio had the largest numeric population gain in the country from 2016-2017, for U.S. cities of at least 50,000 residents. With a growth rate of 1.6 percent, the city added at least 24,200 people in that year-long period.


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