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EZ Election Day Memory Joggers

 

Mayor

R.G. Griffing: Muckraking Righty

Julie Iris Oldham: Mama Bexar

Patrick McCurdy: Jesus’s Baker

Michael Idrogo: Airbus! Airbus!

Phil Hardberger: Sitting Pretty Incumbent

Rhett R. Smith: Impeach Bush

Eiginio Rodriguez: Anti-PGA Watchdog


District 1

Kat Swift: Dreadlocked Green

Mary Alice Cisneros: Henry’s wife

R. Esmeralda Monreal de Mercado: Emphasis Monreal


District 2

Sheila McNeil: Anti-Redifuel Incumbent

Keith A. Toney: Fort Sam ISD Trustee

Ron Wright: J. William’s Underling


District 3

Roland Gutierrez: Unchallenged, suckers


District 4

Manuel Navarro Jr: Heidegger Fan

Philip Cortez: No Masters Degree


District 5

Gilbert Gallego: Beatrice’s Son

David Medina: Radle-Garza’s Zoolander

Raymond Zavala: Shipping Clerk

Don Wilkins Castillo: Wheelchair Veteran

Lourdes Galvan: P. Radle’s Underling

Ralph Gomez: D. Garcia’s Underling


District 6

Delicia Herrera: Pro-Microsoft Incumbent

Pete Galaviz: Pro-Methadone Engineer


District 7

Justin Rodriguez: SAISD Man

Elena K. Guajardo: Esperanza Woman


District 8

Gloria A. Sanchez: Retired Teacher

Diane Cibrian: Ex-SA Development Agency Chair

Bert Cecconi: Dentist, 2005 Run-off #2

Morris A. Stribling: Foot Doctor from Zoning

Mario Obledo Jr.: L. Van de Putte’s Underling

Jacob Dell: Valero Nerd


District 9

Kevin Wolff: Unchallenged, suckers


District 10

John Clamp: Realtor-Accountant for moral purity

Rey De Los Santos: Lawyer-Pilot for environmental purity



Election-day hours, Saturday, May 12: 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Declaration of results: Tuesday, May 22, 10 a.m.

To check whether you’re registered: 335-VOTE (Option #4, then #3)

To see a sample ballot (candidates, propositions, and bonds) and where to vote: Tinyurl.com/2ofwle



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