Run-Off Election Set for June 10 with Early Voting Beginning May 30

With the race for Mayor and six City Council districts still undecided, REALTORS® have a unique opportunity to have their voices heard at City Hall.The most prominent election is for Mayor where incumbent Ivy Taylor is challenged by sitting District 8 Councilman Ron Nirenberg. Mayor Taylor took 42 percent to Nirenberg’s 37 percent in the May 6 election, with another 15 percent going to Manuel Medina. The election will hinge on how Medina’s voters redistribute themselves. During her time as Mayor, Ivy Taylor has worked closely with SABOR to protect private property rights. As a result, SABOR supports Mayor Taylor for re-election.

Among the other six run-off elections in the City of San Antonio, four are for open council seats—Districts 6, 8, 9 and 10. The other two, Districts 1 and 2, feature challenged incumbents. To find out who SABOR supports in each of these races, click here.

Click here for early voting sites, times of operation and dates. The run-off is expected to bring higher than normal turnout to the polls. Additionally, registered voters who failed to vote on May 6 are eligible to vote in the June 10 run-off.  Do your part and get out to vote. Make sure the REALTOR® voice is heard loud and clear!

Early voting will be May 30 – June 3, and June 5 – June 6. Election day is June 10.

Send us your pictures of your “I Voted” sticker through Twitter (@saboardrealtors) or Facebook ( But most importantly, get out and VOTE! As the largest trade association in the San Antonio area, our collective voice has the power to impact every race.

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