No anticipated completion date for Precinct 1 audit as costs climb past $28K
SAN ANTONIO – More than three months after Bexar County Justice of the Peace Ciro Rodriguez requested a forensic audit of court cases heard in his precinct, county officials say they have no anticipated completion date for the examination. OCA figures for the same time period show that Tejeda heard 20,503 cases, while Ciro Rodriguez heard 6,085 cases. Additionally, Ciro Rodriguez has been given two yearly salary increases during that time and now takes home $125,792 a year, records show. Commissioner Rodriguez was easily defeated Tuesday in the Democratic primary runoff for Precinct 1 by political newcomer Rebeca “Becky” Clay-Flores. A county spokeswoman said via text message late last month that the audit is examining which judge ultimately heard 92,000 different cases in Precinct 1.
Political newcomer Clay-Flores wipes out hopes of a 5th term for Pct. 1 Commissioner Sergio ‘Chico’ Rodríguez
SAN ANTONIO – After four terms serving as Bexar County Precinct 1 Commissioner, Sergio “Chico” Rodríguez was defeated in the Democratic primary runoff by political newcomer, Rebeca “Becky” Clay-Flores. The win in the primary election has earned Clay-Flores, a special projects manager for the San Antonio Metropolitan Health District, the day off. For months, Clay-Flores campaigned throughout parts of South and West San Antonio, areas that make up Precinct 1. Bexar County Commissioner Sergio ‘Chico’ Rodriguez toppled by challenger Rebeca ‘Becky’ Clay-Flores in Precinct 1COVID-19 prevented some of Clay-Flores’ biggest supporters, such as her mother, from celebrating with the candidate as results were announced. For more information the issues Clay-Flores stands for, click here.
San Antonio political strategist talks key takeaways from Tuesdays runoff elections
SAN ANTONIO Longtime political strategist Christian Archer weighed in on some key takeaways from Tuesdays runoff election. I think most people in politics in San Antonio and Bexar County thought Chico would win, Archer said. Another race that Archer was closely watching was the Republican race for Bexar County Commissioner, Precinct 3. Roland Gutierrez won Bexar County pretty strongly. Looks like hes going to win Election Day, he said.
Texas March Primary Election Results Bexar County Commissioner Pct. 1 (D)
SAN ANTONIO – Election results will begin to populate on this page when early voting results are released at 7 p.m. (CST) on March 3 and we’ll have an election night livestream on KSAT.com. You can find additional election results by clicking here. For more election coverage, go to our Vote 2020 page or sign up for our free election newsletter.
Texas March Primary Election Results Bexar County
SAN ANTONIO – Election results will begin to populate on this page when early voting results are released at 7 p.m. (CST) on March 3 and we’ll have an election night livestream on KSAT.com. You can find additional election results by scrolling to the bottom of this page. For more election coverage, go to our Vote 2020 page or sign up for our free election newsletter.
Race for Open Seat Could Land a Woman on Commissioners Court
Wolffs father, Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff, took over for the last woman to serve on the court in 2001. With strong ties to the business community, DeBerry has owned a public relations company, the DeBerry Group, since 2011. Attorney Celeste Brown, a former judge for County Court-at-Law 8, said she wanted to push back against the bullies of Commissioners Court. Hortick has won endorsements from the North East Bexar County Democrats, Stonewall Democrats, and the San Antonio AFL-CIO. Precinct 2Bexar County Commissioner Justin Rodriguez (Pct.therivardreport.com