May 1, 2021 Election Results: San Antonio Mayor, City Council, Propositions A, B; surrounding areas

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San Antonio residents headed to the polls on Saturday, May 1, to vote in races for mayor, all 10 city council seats, two propositions and school district boards. Surrounding suburbs and municipalities also have elections (scroll down.)

San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg will serve his third term as mayor. His closest competitor Greg Brockhouse conceded in a statement on Saturday after trailing by a large margin. Nirenberg had 62% of the vote while Brockhouse had 31% of the vote.

SA Mayor

Candidate

Votes

%

Ron Nirenberg*
92,06762%
Greg Brockhouse
46,80831%
Denise Gutierrez-Homer
2,7092%
Gary Allen
2,0461%
Antonio "Tony" Diaz
1,3561%
Tim Atwood
7861%
J. Miller
7020%
Ray Basaldua
6310%
Michael "Commander" Idrogo
4060%
John M. Velasquez
3390%
Dan Martinez
3320%
Frank Adam Muniz
2080%
Justin Macaluso
2070%
Joshua James Galvan
1720%
*Incumbent
100% of Precincts Reporting

(243 / 243)

Proposition B failed to pass with 51% voting against the measure. But a majority of San Antonio voters approved Proposition A, which will expand the ways San Antonio can use bond money.

San Antonio Propositions

Candidate

Votes

%

For
84,80058%
Against
60,78242%
100% of Precincts Reporting

(243 / 243)

Candidate

Votes

%

Against
76,78151%
For
73,30649%
100% of Precincts Reporting

(243 / 243)

Of the 10 city council seats that were up for election, two - District 3 and District 5 - had no incumbent because the current officeholders reached term limits.

The District 1 race is headed to a runoff with Roberto C. Trevino finishing with 45% of the vote after election day and Mario Bravo with 34%.

Candidate

Votes

%

Roberto C. Treviño*
5,64545%
Mario Bravo
4,22534%
Cyndi Dóminguez
1,65613%
Lauro A. Bustamante
3833%
Raymond Zavala
3823%
Matthew J. Gauna
2782%
*Incumbent
100% of Precincts Reporting

(243 / 243)

The District 2 race is also headed to a runoff with the top two vote-getters being Jalen McKee-Rodriguez with 26% of the vote and incumbent Jada Andrews-Sullivan with 17%.

Candidate

Votes

%

Jalen McKee-Rodriguez
2,25926%
Jada Andrews-Sullivan*
1,43917%
Norris Tyrone Darden
1,19114%
Kristi Villanueva
7579%
Nneka "Miss Neka" Cleaver
5857%
Andrew Fernandez Vicencio
5667%
Walter E. Perry Sr.
4225%
Chris Dawkins
4135%
Pharaoh J. Clark
3975%
Dori Brown
2263%
Michael John Good
1582%
Carl Booker
1582%
*Incumbent
100% of Precincts Reporting

(243 / 243)

In the City Council District 3 seat race, Phyllis Viagran and Tomas Uresti will face off in a runoff with Viagran getting 22% of the vote and Uresti with 15%.

Candidate

Votes

%

Phyllis Viagran
2,26022%
Tomas Uresti
1,51315%
Marcello Martinez
1,22312%
Angela Cardona
9439%
Rodolfo "Rudy" Lopez
8989%
Walter Murray
8208%
Mark Arthur Vargas Jr.
7748%
Katherine Herrera-Garza
7477%
Ted Gonzalez
4584%
Diana Flores Uriegas
3443%
Stephen "Steve" Valdez
1932%
Rafael C. Vela
851%
100% of Precincts Reporting

(243 / 243)

In District 4, Adriana Rocha Garcia has been declared the winner with 70% of the vote.

Candidate

Votes

%

Adriana Rocha Garcia*
4,71670%
David Tristán
71911%
Raymond Guzman
68510%
Curtis Mueller
6429%
*Incumbent
100% of Precincts Reporting

(243 / 243)

District 5 will go to a runoff with Teri Castillo getting 31% of the vote. She will likely be facing Rudy Lopez who had 15% of the vote.

Candidate

Votes

%

Teri Castillo
2,07331%
Rudy Lopez
99115%
Anthony Gres
75411%
Norberto "Geremy" Landin
75411%
Irma G. Barron
4877%
Ricardo Moreno
4467%
Marie Crabb
3255%
Ray Garza
2944%
Jason Mata
2834%
David Yañez
2323%
Jesse "Jay" Alaniz
1252%
100% of Precincts Reporting

(243 / 243)

In the District 6 race, Melissa Cabello Havrda will serve another term after winning 55% of the votes.

Candidate

Votes

%

Melissa Cabello Havrda*
6,89255%
Irina Rudolph
3,51528%
Robert Hernandez
9658%
Robert Walker
5995%
Chris Baecker
4544%
*Incumbent
100% of Precincts Reporting

(243 / 243)

In the District 7 race, Ana Sandoval declared victory with 71% of the vote.

Candidate

Votes

%

Ana E. Sandoval*
11,30871%
Patricia Ann Varela
4,56429%
*Incumbent
100% of Precincts Reporting

(243 / 243)

Incumbent Manny Palaez declared victory in the District 8 race with 59% of the vote.

Candidate

Votes

%

Manny Pelaez*
10,38859%
Rob Rodriguez
3,64621%
Suzanne McCarty
1,6439%
Cesario Garcia
1,1607%
Tammy K. Orta
6674%
*Incumbent
100% of Precincts Reporting

(243 / 243)

Incumbent John Courage is facing a runoff in San Antonio City Council District 9 after finishing with 47% of the vote. He will face Patrick Von Dohlen who had 36% of the votes.

Candidate

Votes

%

John Courage*
11,83947%
Patrick Von Dohlen
8,97336%
Erika Moe
3,10512%
Antonio Salinas
9854%
Cory W. Dennington
2461%
*Incumbent
100% of Precincts Reporting

(243 / 243)

Clayton Perry was reelected in District 10 with 54% of the vote.

Candidate

Votes

%

Clayton Perry*
10,69154%
Ezra Johnson
5,77429%
Emily Norwood
1,5338%
Gabrien Gregory
1,0906%
Alexander Svehla
5863%
*Incumbent
100% of Precincts Reporting

(243 / 243)

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