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Friday, May 22, 2015

Tommy Adkisson endorses Mayor Ivy Taylor for re-election, 5-22

Mayor Taylor's Experience & Diplomacy
Earn Endorsement from Tommy Adkisson


 On the steps of City Hall, with nearly one hundred supporters, former Bexar County Commissioner Tommy Adkisson formally endorsed Mayor Ivy Taylor in the runoff race for Mayor of San Antonio.

Speaking to numerous members of the media and a diverse crowd, Mayor Taylor stated, “Adkisson’s love for the community is evident- it shines through every time he speaks,” and went on to say she agrees with the messaging Adkisson brought forth on earlier this year on the campaign trail. 

Taylor said our local government must work “to ensure that we have strong neighborhoods across the city- to ensure that our citizens have confidence in their government- especially for those areas of our community that have been neglected in the past. We need to return the Mayor’s seat to the people!”
As she thanked Adkisson, Mayor Taylor said, “I really am humbled and I am grateful for this endorsement.”

Adkisson based his endorsement decision on Mayor Taylor’s significant local experience and diversity of thought, as well as her ability to exercise incredible tact and genuine diplomacy. 

We need someone who will put San Antonio first, someone who will put politics aside and get the job done. Mayor Taylor is the right candidate for the job and the right person for this city."

Both Mayor Taylor and Adkisson are united in their commitment to refocus local resources on the core functions of city government: walkable and sustainable neighborhoods, road infrastructure- along with curbs and sidewalks, flood control, and supporting small businesses.

Press Release

Community Event- get out the vote for Leticia van de Putte, 5-23


Thursday, May 21, 2015

Local Democrats gather to organize for Hillary for President, 5-21

Organizer Manfred Mecoy with Bexar County Democratic Party Chair Manuel Medina, Carlos Raymond, Karen Embs, Rocky Aranda, organizer Steve Rivas, Bexar County Democratic Party Director Diana Arevalo, Joyce Towndsend, Rosemary DeHoyos, Ninan Mathews, Claudia Sanchez, participants. Hillary stickers, LULAC bag, Edmund Cody Branch Library

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Invite for breakafst with Mayor Ivy Taylor @ 8151 Broadway, 5-23

Mayor Taylor & daughter
This Saturday May 23rd I would like to meet you for breakfast and a morning of volunteering. I am asking my closest friends and supporters to help my
campaign by volunteering to canvass or phone bank. If you can help out
please view the information below and RSVP with Team Ivy.

Canvassing/Block-walking is a great opportunity to meet with voters one on one to remind them to vote in the runoff. If you'd prefer to do phone-banking, Team Ivy will provide you with a script and phone numbers to do so. (Both phone bankers and canvassers will be given a script to reference and beginners are welcome)



Campaign Headquarters is located at 8151 Broadway St.
If you have not already RSVP’d please do so by calling Elizabeth at 210-605-7420 or emailing info@ivytaylor.com.

-Mayor Ivy Taylor

22nd National Senior Health & Fitness Day @ Senior Center, 5-27

Golden Outlook Insurance Services Celebrates National Senior Health & Fitness Day® Local Organization Part of National Event to Promote Healthy Lifestyles for Older Adults San Antonio, TX— Golden Outlook & Elvira Cisneros Senior Community Center by WellMed will join local community leaders to celebrate the 22nd Annual National Senior Health & Fitness Day (NSHFD) on May 27th, 2015. 

As an official host site, Elvira Cisneros Senior Community Center by WellMed will hold a Zumbathon and Mini-Resource Fair on May 27th. On this day, Golden Outlook & Elvira Cisneros Senior Community Center by WellMed will join with an estimated 100,000 seniors across the country expected to help promote active, healthy lifestyles through physical fitness, good nutrition and preventive care. 

Our event is a wonderful opportunity for seniors to make, renew, and revitalize their commitment to live healthier lives through better health and fitness.

Date: Wednesday, May 27th
Time: 9 a.m.- noon
Address: Elvira Cisneros Senior Community Center by WellMed
517 SW Military, San Antonio, TX 78221

For information & approval please call Monica Froboese (210) 784-8430
National Senior Health & Fitness Day is always held on the last Wednesday in May in support of Older Americans Month and National Physical Fitness and Sports Month. The program, the largest of its kind, is organized by the Mature Market Resource Center, a national clearinghouse for professionals who work with older adults. For more information about National Senior Health & Fitness Day, visit http://www.fitnessday.com

For more information about making a move towards better health, please contact (877) 647-0329 About National Senior Health & Fitness Day®

Van de Putte receives lots of new endorsements from local officials

Endorsements for Leticia van de Putte for Mayor
I am honored to have received endorsements from several elected officials over the last week. The confidence that state and local leaders are expressing in my vision is both humbling and inspiring. Thank you for your support and kind words:
State Senator Jose Menendez
State Senator Jose Menendez
"Leticia has a track record of working across party lines to get done what's best for San Antonio. that's why I'm proud to support Leticia Van de Putte for Mayor of San Antonio."
State Rep. Ruth Jones McClendon
"Leticia and I shared many successful years in the Legislature, I also know through my experience on San Antonio City Council what it takes to make an impact for regular people. Leticia has a rare ability to bridge divides and deliver results. We need her leadership."
Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff
"Leticia stood up for the city and the county every time that we needed her to. She'll be a great Mayor. She understands where we need to go. She understands the need for job creation, better education opportunities, better skill training. She will be a great Mayor for San Antonio."
Former San Antonio Mayor Phil Hardberger
I support Leticia Van de Putte for Mayor because of her leadership qualities. She is ready to speak out and be the leader that San Antonio needs.
Bexar County Tax Assessor Albert Uresti
"I humbly ask for your vote for my friend Leticia Van de Putte.  Leticia shares my commitment to helping our Senior Citizens, our Disabled, our Veterans, and ultimately our Children.  Leticia also shares my commitment to fiscal responsibility.  Please join me in electing Leticia as our next San Antonio Mayor."
State Representative Joe Farias
I’ve had the honor of working alongside Leticia and have seen firsthand how she led the charge in passing legislation on behalf of veterans, public education, and San Antonio.  She knows how to get everyone moving toward the same goal.  Leticia will help San Antonio take big steps forward. Please join me in supporting Leticia Van de Putte for Mayor.
State Representative Diego Bernal
Leticia Van de Putte has the special ability to bring people together and make big things happen. I know she will be a transformational Mayor that pushes San Antonio back in the right direction.
Constable Robert "Mike" Blount
"Beyond a doubt, Leticia Van de Putte is the most qualified person to run for Mayor of San Antonio in years. We need Leticia. With proud enthusiasm, I support her as our next Mayor of San Antonio."
Thank you for joining me in building a great American city, one piece at a time, through thoughtful planning and innovation.

Best Regards,

Get Out the Vote!
If you didn't vote in the last election, you can still make your voice heard during Early Voting, happening June 1-9, or on the Election Day, on Saturday, June 13, 2015. For more information, visit the Bexar County Elections website for details.
We Need Your Help
The momentum is squarely behind us, but I need your help for the final push in the Runoff.

We are reaching out to all corners of the city, to win the confidence of all San Antonians.

The runoff on June 13 is coming up fast, can you volunteer at our headquarters to blockwalk, phone bank, and help out

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

2014, Nov. 11th Veteran's Day celebrating Buffalo Soldiers flashback

Walker Report Editor & former Judge Steve Walker with Gloria Ray, Nettie Hinton, then Congressman Pete Gallego, former Councilman Richard Perez, then Councilman Keith Toney, Judge Michael Mery, then Congressman Pete Gallego with Director of Selective Service Larry Romo, participants, two Medal of Honor recipients headstones, San Antonio Cemetery