Thanks to your support, we’ve made the runoff, and now we’re in the homestretch. With your continued support, we’ll win the runoff election on June 8. I hope I can count on your vote once again.Read More
Las mujeres hispanas mostraron la fuerza de la comunidad, como Adriana Rocha que está en la delantera en las elecciones para ser concejal en el Distrito 4 y Ana Sandoval, que fue reelegida como Concejal del Distrito 7.Read More
With the one-month filing period for municipal elections starting today, we should get an answer to that question pretty soon.
As of now, however, there is only one City Council seat that definitely will be open this year (not counting District 2, where new appointee Art Hall’s current stance is that he won’t risk a run in May).Read More
SAN ANTONIO (September 21, 2017) — Yesterday, Ethics Review Board (ERB) Chair Dr. Adriana Garcia presented the ERB’s recommendations for strengthening San Antonio’s ethics ordinances to the City Council’s Governance Committee. The recommendations come from extensive analysis of the current ethics code and best practices and lessons learned from cities across the country.Read More
From the September 21, 2017 District 7 Newsletter:
Earning and maintaining your trust is just as important. That’s why I support the proposals the City’s Ethics Review Board discussed yesterday. The changes will strengthen our ethics code, and make elected officials and City staffers more accountable to you. Some of the reforms include limits to gifts of entertainment such as sports and show tickets, and expanding the prohibition on campaign contributions during high-profile contract bidding processes.Read More
The City Council’s Governance Committee reviewed recommendations by the Ethics Review Board (ERB) on Wednesday, sending revisions to the ethics and campaign finance codes on to the full Council.Read More
A package of recommended revisions to the City’s campaign finance code is on its way to the City Council Governance Committee. It will not, however, include one Council member’s proposal for a higher degree of disclosure on campaign contributions.Read More
The City’s Ethics Review Board (ERB) voted Tuesday that a panel of its members further examine proposed revisions to the City’s campaign finance code.
The City Council Governance Committee is expected to meet Sept. 20 to consider the ERB’s recommendations on changes to the campaign finance and ethics codes.Read More
The City’s Ethics Review Board reviewed major revisions to the City’s campaign finance requirements, including one that could extend a prohibition on campaign contributions from individuals or businesses seeking certain City contracts to affiliated subcontractors.Read More
The city’s Ethics Review Board could make recommendations as early as this spring on potential sweeping changes to rules on how politicians, government officials and others who orbit around City Hall act, the body’s newly elected chairwoman said late Wednesday.Read More