Your Seat at City Council Awaits

Thursday, May 2nd  at 6:00 PM
Municipal Plaza Building
114 W Commerce St
San Antonio, TX

(Don’t go to the building that says “City Hall.” That’s not where the City Council Meets. It’s across the street, next door to the Cathedral.)

Viva Fiesta! Due to this oh-so-San Antonio tradition monopolizing the downtown area and offices, we are pushing our monthly event back to May 2nd.
We will be meeting in the City Council Chambers as the guests of District 10 Councilman Clayton Perry.
This is TWO DAYS before City Election Day, and the mayor and every single city council member is on the ballot. In spite of infamous low turnout and low awareness of city council, these elected city officials make major decisions that directly affect your life and wallet. (Anybody notice the city tax rates and programs we are paying for? Notice any city policies that you don’t agree with?)
There is history at city hall, and you’ll be interested to learn some of the back stories about how we got where we are. Come hear from insiders and ask questions.
Afterwards we’ll walk to a local institution for eats and drinks, to continue the conversation. It’s guaranteed to be eye-opening, and you’ll leave inspired to see that your friends and colleagues all vote on May 4th!

If you are interested in serving in an officer position in the Young Republicans of Bexar County for the coming year, representing our club to the state federation and steering local club activities, see Karen or Justin.

Political Trivia Night

Monday, April 1st (Really, no fooling)

Young Republicans are hosting

6:30-8:30 PM

330 E Basse Rd, Ste 101
San Antonio, TX

Brush up on your facts and famous figures (infamous, too) and join us! The Young Republicans of Bexar County are hosting Trivia Night! Bring a pencil to jot down your answers, and friends to play on your team. This is fun and games for those of above-average awareness of the political realm.
Prizes will be awarded to top winners.
Socializing, refreshments and teaming up will begin at 6:30 in the restaurant’s party room, and the contest will get underway at 7:00 PM.
No charge to attend, and buy your own refreshments from the host establishment.

One Short Race, One Long Awaited Change

In an unprecedented event since the district was gerrymandered in 1992, a Republican could represent Texas House District 125!

Republican Fred Rangel made it into a runoff in the February 12th special election to fill the vacated seat. Not only that–he won almost twice as many votes as the next closest contender. (37.91% to 19.49%)

Now the runoff election date has been set: March 12th.
Early voting runs March 4th-8th.

This race has already been compared by pundits to the upset accomplished by our Republican now-Senator Pete Flores in his 2018 special election. With a super-low turnout expected, every single vote and, more importantly, every single volunteer can change the outcome of this election.
Let’s help make this another praiseworthy win for Republicans. Whether you can only spend one hour or if you can spend one day, please help however you can, phoning people from home or block walking or posting.

We hope you can join us at his campaign headquarters
6510 Bandera Rd.
This Thursday evening, February 28th, 2019
Come at 5:00 PM if you can, or as soon as you can make it.
For information on how else you can help this worthwhile campaign, call 210-602-5550
Campaign Phone: 210-802-5017