Elections

Thursday, October 31, 2019 by Jo Clifton

Two political action committees fight city Prop A

While any enthusiasm there might have been for the city ballot measure known as Proposition A has apparently dwindled, Anthony Precourt and his company are taking no chances. Austin TeamCo LLC, owner of Austin FC, gave the Austin United Political…

Tuesday, August 27, 2019 by Andrew Weber

Austin City Council finalizes ballot language for convention center vote

In November Austin voters will decide the fate of the convention center’s expansion, along with a possible reshuffling of how the city spends money from hotel stays.Ballot language for the public referendum was OK’d by the Austin City Council this…

Tuesday, August 20, 2019 by Jack Craver

Travis County asks voters to approve future hotel tax for expo center

Travis County isn’t giving up on getting a taste of the hotel tax.On Tuesday, the Commissioners Court voted to put a measure on the November ballot that, if approved, would authorize the county to levy a 2 percent tax on…

Wednesday, July 24, 2019 by Jo Clifton

Democrat Howard touts cash for Precinct 3 run

Although he hasn’t made an official announcement, a number of Democrats have made it clear that they plan to run for Travis County Precinct 3 Commissioner Gerald Daugherty’s seat. Daugherty said Tuesday he would announce his plans by mid-August, possibly…

Wednesday, July 17, 2019 by Jo Clifton

Hot race shaping up for Republicans in HD 47

Former Austin City Council Member Don Zimmerman outraised four other Republican candidates vying for the chance to meet Democratic state Rep. Vikki Goodwin in the House District 47 race next year.Zimmerman reported raising nearly $37,700 in his July 15 filing…

Tuesday, July 16, 2019 by Jo Clifton

Reports: Running for office is expensive

Mayor Steve Adler’s campaign still owes him more than $449,000 from loans he has made to his campaign starting when he first ran in 2014. When that race was over, the Adler campaign reported owing the candidate more than $418,000.…

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