2015 City of San Antonio Elections

In the runoff election June 13 voters choose Ivy Taylor to be the next Mayor of San Antonio and Cris Medina for City Council District 7. 

With 100 percent of precinct counted, Ivy Taylor got 50,659 votes, or 51.7 percent, and Leticia Van de Putte got 47,328 votes or 48.3 percent. The race was decided by a 3,331-vote margin.

With all 51 precincts reporting in the runoff election for City Council District 7, Incumbent Cris Medina got 6,732 votes, or 54.29 percent and Mari Aguirre-Rodriguez got 5,668 votes, or 45.71 percent. That race was decided by a 1,064-vote margin. 

Voters Guides

 

TPR & NOWCastSA Profiles

NOWCastSA teamed up with Texas Public Radio to spend time learning more about the personal qualities of  the four front-runners in the 2015 campaign for mayor of San Antonio. Watch and listen to the stories here.

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Upcoming Candidate Forums

 

Mayoral Candidate Forum Videos

 

June 1 | Clean Air, Clean Water, Healthy City Forum with Ivy Taylor and Leticia Van de Putte


June 1 | Texas Public Radio Mayoral Candidate Debate with Leticia Van de Putte and Ivy Taylor

Texas Week, May 15 | Mayoral Forum with Ivy Taylor & Leticia Van de Putte


Texas Week Special | San Antonio Chamber of Commerce 2015 Mayoral Forum


Mayoral Candidate Forum on Clean Energy and Economic Development


Mayoral candidates discuss making San Antonio age-friendly

Mayoral candidates discuss nonprofit impact in San Antonio

Texas A&M University-San Antonio Mayoral Candidate Forum

Mayoral candidates discuss views on mental health issues

Three candidates for San Antonio Mayor tackle issues at February forum

COPS/Metro Call for Living Wage and Economic Justice

Mayoral Candidates Forum at Northwest Vista College

Upcoming City Council Candidate Forums

 

City Council Candidate Forum Videos

 

District 2 Candidate Forum at St. Philip's College with the League of Women Voters

District 3 and 4 Council Forum at UTSA

District 5 and 8 City Council candidate Forum at UTSA

District 7 City Council Candidate Forum at UTSA

District 9 and 10 Council Forum at UTSA