- Published on Monday, 27 January 2014 03:59
Governor - No Endorsement
SDSA members approved a motion that SDSA "refrain from endorsing a candidate for Governor in the 2014 Texas Democratic Party primary election, but extend best wishes to both candidates in this race and pledge to support the nominee of the party in the general election in November."
Lieutenant Governor - Leticia Van De Putte
Attorney General - Sam Houston
Comptroller of Public Accounts - Mike Collier
Commissioner of the General Land Office - John F. Cook
Commissioner of Agriculture - Hugh Asa Fitzsimons III
Railroad Commissioner - Steve Brown
Chief Justice, Texas Supreme Court - William Moody
Justice, Texas Supreme Court, Place 6 - No Endorsement
Justice, Texas Supreme Court, Place 7 - Gina Benavides
Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 3 - John Granberg
Member, State Board of Education, District 3 - Marisa B. Perez
- Published on Tuesday, 07 January 2014 17:28
SUNDAY, January 26, 2014, 1:00 P.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Fiesta Room, Luby's Cafeteria, 911 N. Main, San Antonio
Come and meet the candidates who will be on the ballot in the Democratic Party primary elections in March.. This meeting will be open to the public and the media.
All candidates (from U.S. Senator and Governor at the top of the ballot to Justice of the Peace and County Chair at the bottom of the ballot) have been asked to complete a questionnaire prior to the meeting. The questionnaire asks each candidate to address issues that are important to the LGBT community. The questionnaire also allows candidates to address other issues he or she considers important.
During the forum, each candidate will have the opportunity to make a brief opening and closing statement. Following the opening statement, SDSA members may ask questions of each candidate. After all candidates have appeared, SDSA members will decide which candidates will receive the organization’s endorsement. Only members of SDSA whose dues are current will be permitted to vote on the endorsements. You must have been a member of SDSA prior to December 28, 2013 to be eligible to vote at this meeting. Lapsed members can renew up to the time of the meeting.
A list of SDSA endorsements will be posted on our website prior to early voting in this election. Early voting beginson February 18 and ends on February 28. Election day is Tuesday, March 4.
If you have questions, contact the Endorsement Committee Co-Chairs as follows: Daniel Graney (210) 334-7850 or Linda Libby-Saliba (210) 433-7999.
- Published on Thursday, 21 March 2013 12:07
ñ City of San Antonio Mayor – No Endorsement
ñ City of San Antonio Member of Council, Place 1 - Diego Bernal
ñ City of San Antonio Member of Council, Place 2 - Norris Tyrone Darden
ñ City of San Antonio Member of Council, Place 3 - Leticia Ozuna
ñ City of San Antonio Member of Council, Place 4 - Rey Saldana
ñ City of San Antonio Member of Council, Place 5 - Shirley Gonzales
ñ City of San Antonio Member of Council, Place 6 - Ray Lopez
ñ City of San Antonio Member of Council, Place 7 - Gloria Rodriguez
ñ City of San Antonio Member of Council, Place 8 - No Endorsement
ñ City of San Antonio Member of Council, Place 9 - No Endorsement
ñ City of San Antonio Member of Council, Place 10 -Celeste Montez-Tidwell
ñ San Antonio ISD, District 4 - Fernando Velazquez
ñ Harlandale ISD, District 1 - Juan Mancha
ñ Harlandale ISD, District 4 - Norma Cavazos
For a list of early voting times and locations as well as your precinct polling location on May 11, visit the Bexar County Elections Department website at www.bexar.org/elections.
The last day to register to vote in the May 11 City and School Spring Elections is April 11, 2013. Go to http://www.bexar.org/cfdocs/ElectionsPublic/VRDB/VRSearch01.cfm to verify that you are registered to vote in Bexar County.
Paid Political Advertising Paid For By Stonewall Democrats of San Antonio
- Published on Thursday, 21 March 2013 12:00
Members of the Stonewall Democrats of San Antonio spent several hours on Sunday, March 17 listening to and questioning candidates running in the May 11 municipal election. Office seekers for City Council and for School District races made their pitches in hopes of snagging Stonewall's endorsement. (Read more at QSanAntonio.com)
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