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2018 Midterm Election Primaries

Early Voting: Feb 20 – March 2, Election Day: March 6

Everything you need to know

San Antonio's Municipal Government

The current Mayor and Council Office acts as the policy-making and legislative body within the City's government. They were elected in 2017 and will be up for re-election in May, 2019.

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Ron Nirenberg


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City Council

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Roberto C. Treviño

District 1

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William "Cruz" Shaw

District 2

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Rebecca J. Viagran

District 3

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Rey Saldaña

District 4

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Shirley Gonzales

District 5

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Greg Brockhouse

District 6

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Ana Sandoval

District 7

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Manny Pelaez

District 8

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John Courage

District 9

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Clayton Perry

District 10

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See Our Community’s Progress

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of registered voters actually voted in June 2017 municipal election.


Total registered voters in June 2017 in San Antonio


Total number of voters in June 2017 municipal election


Estimated San Antonio Population in 2016

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