SAN ANTONIO – With less than two weeks until the general election, the campaigns for president and congressional seats are heating up.
During a live discussion Thursday, KSAT anchor Steve Spriester and Juan Sepulveda, J.D., Ron Calgaard Distinguished Visiting Professor in Political Science at Trinity University, took a look at how the candidates and the issues are shaping up as we near the end of what has been an intense 2020 campaign for presidential politics, the U.S. Senate race and U.S. House seats in Texas. (Read more about all the key races on the Bexar County ballot here.)
Sepulveda was Texas state director for the “Obama for America” campaign in 2008 and senior advisor for Hispanic affairs at the Democratic National Committee for the 2012 Obama re-election campaign, as well as senior vice president for station services of PBS.
He also co-founded the DREAM LEAD Institute with the Hispanic Heritage Foundation, a national leadership institute for DACA recipients. Sepulveda was a Rhodes Scholar receiving a degree in politics, philosophy, and economics, and is a graduate of Stanford Law School.
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- Who is on the November 2020 election ballot for Bexar County
- These are the busiest, slowest polling locations in Bexar County during early voting
- Here’s how, where to vote early in Bexar County
- How Bexar County voter turnout in 2020 compares to last presidential election
- 6 tips for avoiding long lines at Bexar County early voting polling places
- Everything you need to know about voting in the 2020 November General Election
- Do’s and Don’ts when voting in Texas
- Sound off: What issue is driving you to the polls for the 2020 election?
- What to know about 3 propositions on November ballot in San Antonio