November 2, 2021 Election Results (all): Texas constitutional amendments, House District 118, school bonds, area municipal races
Voters across Texas headed to the polls on Tuesday to vote on eight amendments to the Texas Constitution, a special election in House District 118 and several bond and municipal elections in the San Antonio area.
Gov. Greg Abbott sets date on special runoff election for Texas House seat vacated by Leo Pacheco
A Republican who once held the seat and a Democrat will go head-to-head in a runoff after no clear winner was decided in the special election to fill the seat of former state Rep. Leo Pacheco of San Antonio.
Republican Lujan, Democrat Ramirez headed for runoff in Special Election for Texas House District 118 in San Antonio
A Republican who once held the seat and a Democrat will go head-to-head in a runoff after no clear winner was decided Tuesday night in the special election to fill the seat of former state Rep. Leo Pacheco of San Antonio.
Castillo, Lopez in runoff to be new face of District 5 in San Antonio
Current Councilwoman Shirley Gonzales is completing her final, fourth term in office, leaving her seat open. Teri Castillo and Rudy Lopez finished at the head of an 11-way race to replace Gonzales in the May 6 municipal election with 2,077 and 991 votes, respectively.
San Antonio City Council District 3 runoff features familiar South Side names
The current councilwoman, Rebecca Viagran, has reached her four term limit, leaving the seat open. Competing to replace her on the council is her sister, Phyllis Viagran, and Tomas Uresti, a former Harlandale ISD school board trustee and state representative for District 118.
Prop B fails, Nirenberg reelected, 5 council races head to runoff after record-setting election in San Antonio
Voters were driven to the polls largely by a contentious proposition related to policing and the mayor’s race. The mayor’s race was called relatively early in the night, after early vote totals were released, while Proposition B was too close to call until right up to the end.
Texas mayoral races, Austin homeless measure among key issues on Saturday ballots. Here’s what you need to know.
Local elections are happening across Texas on Saturday, some of which have drawn statewide — and even national — attention. Here are the four that we are watching most closely, plus a few other contests to keep in mind.
Mayor Nirenberg claims third term after challenger Brockhouse concedes
With 13 other candidates running for mayor, it remains to be seen whether Nirenberg's fundraising advantage and incumbent status is enough to propel him to victory on May 1, when he would need more than 50% of the vote to avoid a runoff election.
‘There is nothing I could tell him’: Popovich declines sit down with SAPOA leader after Prop B endorsement
Gregg Popovich has been vocal this week about his support for Proposition B on the May 1 ballot, but on Thursday declined an invitation to discuss the measure further with the head of the San Antonio Police Officers Association.
Here’s how, where to vote early now in Bexar County for the May 1 election
Early voting is underway in San Antonio for high-profile races, including the mayor, City Council, a proposition aimed at repealing police officers’ collective bargaining power and a proposition that could expand the use of bonds.