Mayor of San Antonio

The Mayor of San Antonio works closely with City Council to pass laws and create policies for the City, as well as the City Manager, who serves as the City’s chief administrator. While City Council members are elected by district, the Mayor represents all of San Antonio (for a two-year term, with a four-term limit). Candidates are listed here as they will appear on the ballot. All information shared is public information.

Ivy Taylor (incumbent)

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About Ron Nirenberg
 
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City Council District 1

The City of San Antonio is divided into 10 districts, and each district elects one representative to City Council (for a two-year term, with a four-term limit). Together, City Council creates policies and passes laws on city services, capital improvement projects, land use and development, economic development, and other City issues. Candidates are listed here as they will appear on the ballot. All information shared is public information.

About Roberto C. Treviño (incumbent)
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About Michael Montaño
 
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City Council District 2

The City of San Antonio is divided into 10 districts, and each district elects one representative to City Council (for a two-year term, with a four-term limit). Together, City Council creates policies and passes laws on city services, capital improvement projects, land use and development, economic development, and other City issues. Candidates are listed here as they will appear on the ballot. All information shared is public information.

Alan Warrick ll (incumbent)

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William “Cruz” Shaw

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City Council District 6

The City of San Antonio is divided into 10 districts, and each district elects one representative to City Council (for a two-year term, with a four-term limit). Together, City Council creates policies and passes laws on city services, capital improvement projects, land use and development, economic development, and other City issues. Candidates are listed here as they will appear on the ballot. All information shared is public information.

Greg Brockhouse

Candidate was invited to participate in the Represent!SA Video Voters Guide, but did not.

About Melissa Cabello Havrda
 
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City Council District 8

The City of San Antonio is divided into 10 districts, and each district elects one representative to City Council (for a two-year term, with a four-term limit). Together, City Council creates policies and passes laws on city services, capital improvement projects, land use and development, economic development, and other City issues. Candidates are listed here as they will appear on the ballot. All information shared is public information.

About Manny Palaez
 
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About Cynthia Brehm
 
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City Council District 9

The City of San Antonio is divided into 10 districts, and each district elects one representative to City Council (for a two-year term, with a four-term limit). Together, City Council creates policies and passes laws on city services, capital improvement projects, land use and development, economic development, and other City issues. Candidates are listed here as they will appear on the ballot. All information shared is public information.

Marco Barros

Candidate was invited to participate in the Represent!SA Video Voters Guide, but did not.

About John Courage
 
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City Council District 10

The City of San Antonio is divided into 10 districts, and each district elects one representative to City Council (for a two-year term, with a four-term limit). Together, City Council creates policies and passes laws on city services, capital improvement projects, land use and development, economic development, and other City issues. Candidates are listed here as they will appear on the ballot. All information shared is public information.

About Clayton Perry
 
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About Ezra A. Johnhson
 
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