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San Antonio City Elections 2023

This May, there are San Antonio city-wide elections for the all districts for the City Council and Mayor and Proposition A.

Visita nuestro página de votación to learn how to vote on or before Election Day. Scroll below to learn more about each of the positions up for grabs on May 6th. More information on each candidate will be provided as we get closer to election day.

San Antonio Offices



Ron Nirenberg (i)

Gary Allen

Ray Adam Basaldua

Armando Dominguez

Michael Idrogo

Christopher Longoria

Michael Samaniego

Christopher Schuchardt

Diana Uriegas

City Council: District 1


Mario Bravo (i)

Lauro Bustamante

James Duerr

Kaitlyn Falk

Sukh Kaur

William Lamar-Boone

Roberto Rios Ortega

Jermy Roberts

Ernest Salinas

City Council: District 2


Jalen McKee-Rodriguez (i)

Wendell Carson

Edward Giles

Michael Good

James Guild

Denise Gutierrez

Patrick Jones

Denice McVea

Rose Requenez Hill

Carla Walker

City Council: District 3


Phyllis Viagran (i)

Erin Gallegos Reid

Larry Larose

Jayden Munoz

City Council: District 4


Adriana Garcia (i)

Gregorio De La Paz

City Council: District 5


Teri Castillo (i)

Arturo Espinosa

Rudy Lopez

City Council: District 6


Melissa Cabello Havrda (i)

Chris Baecker

Irina Rudolph

City Council: District 7


Marina Alderete Gavito

Jacob Chapa

Andrew Luck

Sandragrace Martinez

Dan Rossiter

City Council: District 8


Manny Pelaez (i)

Cesario Garcia

City Council: District 9


John Courage (i)

David Lara

Jarrett Lipman

Dominique Liu

City Council: District 10


Robert Flores

Madison Gutierrez

Bryan Martin

Rick Otley

Margaret Sherwood

Joel Solis

Marc Whyte

Proposition A

Proposition A
“yes” vote supports: establishing a city justice director appointed by the mayor and city council;prohibiting police from issuing citations or making arrests for certain misdemeanor marijuana possession offenses;prohibiting police from enforcing criminal abortion laws;banning no-knock warrants and chokeholds by law enforcement; andusing citations instead of arrests for certain misdemeanors.
“no” vote opposes this initiative to establish a justice director, prohibit police from issuing citations or making arrests for certain misdemeanor marijuana possession offenses, prohibit police from enforcing criminal abortion laws, and change policing practices.