Former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa will host a fundraiser for Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign at his newly purchased Hollywood Hills home.
By Kenric Ward, Texas Watchdog.org A new report could give San Antonio Mayor Ivy Taylor more legal leverage in contentious negotiations with the city’s police and fire unions.
A photo posted by Happening In Highland Park (@happeninginhighlandpark) on Apr 2, 2015 at 10:06am PDT In 2012, then-Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa announced the 50 Parks Initiative, a public-private partnership with the goal of transforming vacant lots and...
One year ago, Julian Castro (former Mayor of San Antonio, TX) was sworn in as the Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Many people (including this...
U.S. Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) either thinks he’s Latino or that Julian Castro, the secretary of Housing and Urban Development and former mayor of San Antonio, is not. Responding to a quote from Castro that said the “GOP can kiss the...Show More Summary
Mayor Ivy Taylor of San Antonio, Texas may be an African American and a Democrat, but she isn’t buying into all this rigmarole about the evils of the Confederate flag.
A terse, five-paragraph June 14 Associated Press report on the results of San Antonio's mayoral election the previous day gave no indication of the party affiliation or political outlook of the winner or loser. Readers could only determine...Show More Summary
The city of San Antonio, Texas has a new mayor and her victory has liberals and Democrats in this liberal stronghold in Texas scared. Why? Because she is a black
Ivy Taylor Becomes San Antonio’s First Black Mayor Via Reuters: San Antonio, the seventh-largest U.S. city and the only one of the 10 largest cities with a Hispanic majority, elected its first African-American mayor on Saturday in a closely
San Antonio, Texas, just elected its first African-American mayor, Interim Mayor Ivy Taylor. That’s really exciting news, and while we don’t know how 101-year old Mary Lou Miller planned to vote, she sure wishes her vote could have counted. Show More Summary
Voters in San Antonio, Texas elected their first African American mayor. Ivy Taylor, who was serving as interim mayor, won Saturday’s runoff with 52 percent of the vote, Reuters reports. It was a surprising victory against a popular Hispanic candidate in a Hispanic-majority city.
In a setback for LGBT equality in the nation's seventh-largest city, interim San Antonio Mayor Ivy Taylor — who voted against the city's nondiscrimination ordinance and later called it "a waste of time" — won a two-year term on Saturday....
SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Ivy Taylor has been elected mayor of San Antonio, becoming the first African-American elected to the post. Taylor, who was appointed interim mayor last summer, defeated former state Sen. Leticia Van de Putte in the runoff election Saturday. Show More Summary
MrBill sends us a link to the San Antonio Express News that tells the story of Jack Pratt, Junior, the mayor of Kerrville who won his office proclaiming that he was 4-tour Vietnam Special Forces veteran. He started telling that tale more than three years ago. Folks started wondering about it recently, and so they […]
May 10--San Antonio voters on Saturday strongly backed a city charter amendment that would give residents a chance to vote on future rail projects in the city and approved big increases in pay for the mayor and the City Council. GetShow More Summary
Saturday was Election Day in San Antonio, and all eyes have been on the mayoral race. LGBT equality has been a central issue in this election.
Anti-gay San Antonio Mayor Ivy Taylor, who recently called the city's LGBT protections a "waste of time," has advanced to a runoff for the seat. Meanwhile, the openly gay mayor of a small Texas town was defeated for re-election afte...
In an op-ed yesterday in The Advocate, HRC President Chad Griffin called on San Antonio Mayor Ivy Taylor to stand up for her LGBT constituents.
LGBT people are in the fight of their lives in Texas, but San Antonio Mayor Ivy Taylor says that’s all just a waste of time. read more
Last week we told you how San Antonio Mayor Ivy Taylor called the city's LGBT protections — which she voted against as a council member — "a waste of time." We also told you how Taylor, appointed mayor of the...