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San Antonians, steal back your City today!

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Many people are unaware that there is ONE City Council seat up for grabs tomorrow. That is District 2, currently held by Keith Toney. Toney was just appointed tothis seat, after Ivy Taylor was appointed to step into the Mayor’s seat, following Castro’s appointment by President Obama to head HUD.

Independent Texans, has been on the phones to City Council District 2 voters asking folks to consider voting for Alan Warrick, rather than Keith Toney who voted for the $3.4B Vista Ridge water grab last week. All 11 members of the Council rushed through this project — telling all San Antonio Water System ratepayers to take a hike!

If you know folks who live in these District 2 neighborhoods (see list below), please contact them and ask them to vote for Warrick. We spoke with Alan and he readily understands the problems of Vista Ridge, especially that it was such a rushed deal. He is also concerned about gentrification of District 2 and someone we can work with over the coming months and beyond. Remember, we now have 30 months, by virtue of a provision in the Vista Ridge contract, to get SAWS to walk away.

Polls are open 7 to 7 pm. Here’s where folks can find their poll site:  http://bexar.org/cfdocs/electionspublic/Where2Vote.cfm

Or they can call this number to find out their poll site:  210-335-8683

Pass it on and Remember Vista Ridge!

THE KEY DISTRICT 2 NEIGHBORHOODS ARE:

Jefferson Heights
Denver Heights
Highland Park
Highland Hills
Pecan Valley
Dellcrest Area
Wheatley Heights

AlSO:
Dignowity Hill
Harvard Place – Eastlawn
Jefferson Heights
Nevada Street
Arena District
Denver Heights
Highland Park
Sunny Slope
Highland Hills
Pecan Valley
Lower Southeast Side
Dellcrest Area
Wheatley Heights
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We love toll roads, don’t you?!

Tell Austin Officials “No Thank You” on $752 million in new toll roads

This coming Monday night, May 12, Austin’s transportation officials are set to vote on $752 million to build three (3) new toll roads over the next four years.  That’s a whopping 77% of all the spending projected for the Austin metro area’s 2015 to 2018 road and other “non-transit” projects.

You can tell them “No Thank You!” by emailing campo@campotexas.org or Read the rest of this entry »

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The Big News! Citizens and Candidates Defy the Lobbies!

Many of you have been asking us, “What can I do to help.” Read this update, then please vote for these candidates, depending on where you live. Then get on the phone or on the computer and get your friends out! These are tight races where your vote will count extra!

Early voting ends this Friday, Feb. 28. Election Day is Tuesday, March 4th.

Debra has always been there, standing with the grassroots to protect our land, our water and… our rights!

THE BIG NEWS FOR STATEWIDE RACES IS THIS…
DEBRA MEDINA stands to come in first in a crowded race for Texas Comptroller!
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Media Advisory: Water War Boils Over! Come to Giddings.

Media Advisory  
Join us at 6:30 pm (until 8),
Wednesday, February 19
Giddings American Legion Hall
1502 US Highway 77 map here Read the rest of this entry »

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We Proudly Endorse! Medina for Comptroller, Delasandro for House District 12, in the Republican primary!

Click here for the flier below announcing our support for Debra Medina.

Click here for the flier below announcing our support for Timothy Delasandro in House District 12.

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