San Antonio is the fastest growing city in the country, with the highest possible credit rating.

Props A, B, and C put our prosperity on the line.

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Taxes will be raised substantially

You will pay more in taxes and get less

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Communities will be divided

Pitting neighbors against neighbors, and council districts against districts

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Access to Services will be Cut

Libraries, parks, senior centers, sidewalks, and street repair

Has this been done before?

What were the repercussions?

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Join your neighbors in voting NO on November 6th.

Rep. Diego Bernal

“This is a game of chicken that went too far, with the primary goal of eliminating local, neighborhood control. We’ve seen this happen in other places and it has not ended well. We can’t allow cross-city warfare to destroy our thriving community.”

Phil Hardberger

“After years of refusing to negotiate with the City, the firefighters union is retaliating to get what they want, risking billions of dollars and public services. This is not only an attack on City Hall, this is an attack on our entire city.”

Tom Heger

“These referendums don’t place power in the hands of the people, they hand it over to special interests. We shouldn’t take budget decisions away from qualified people we elected to make them.”

Don't let Special Interests Decide for you

The Truth About PROPS A, B, C

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Special interests will hijack city resources and cripple for the most vulnerable.

Our vote is our voice, and we should all have an equal say about what happens in our own backyard.

Should 2% of voters dictate decisions that impact our entire city?

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Special interests will force their agenda with contracts and budgets rather than

As citizens of San Antonio, we will lose our voice.  

Should we forfeit our vote on how tax dollars are spent?

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Special interests are and lowering the caliber of our leadership.

San Antonio is raising the bar as the fastest growing city in the country and the only big city with a AAA bond rating.  We should demand excellence from leaders managing our $2.7 billion budget.

Should we pay more to get less?

Learn more about why you should on propositions A, B, and C.

Press + Media

Steele Wears Uniform Resembling Official Fire Department Attire

September 20, 2018 – In his crisp white shirt with its embroidered fire patch and gold badge, fire union president Chris Steele stood Thursday at the Bexar County Democratic Party’s headquarters to announce the group’s month-old City Charter amendment endorsement at a raucous, hastily called news conference.

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Drama, Confusion Ensue After Fire Union President Backs Out of Town Hall Meeting With Mayor

September 20, 2018 – Drama, confusion and anger ensued Thursday night after the president of the San Antonio Professional Firefighters Association backed out of a town hall meeting with Mayor Ron Nirenberg at the eleventh hour.

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Charter Amendment Town Hall Canceled After Steele Backs Out at Last Minute

September 20, 2018 – A highly anticipated debate between Mayor Ron Nirenberg and fire union President Chris Steele over three proposed City Charter amendments was set for Thursday night, but less than two hours before its start, the event collapsed as Steele rescinded his promise to participate.

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