‘It was just a mess’: Texas Rental Relief Program has distributed about 3% of its billion-dollar allotment
“Unfortunately, those delays caused a lot of pain, headaches and heartaches in terms of people just trying to keep a roof over their heads for themselves and their families,” said state Rep. Philip Cortez.
Data: How much money San Antonio mayoral, city council candidates have raised and spent for May 1 election
With several crowded races on the ballot — more than 80 candidates are running for 11 seats — hundreds of thousands of dollars in contributions and expenditures have run through local campaigns.
Data: How the latest spike in migrants at U.S.-Mexico border compares to past years
The influx in migrants is nothing new: it’s a cyclical trend that has fluctuated over the last two decades and is often less tied to the president’s policies and fueled more by seasonal trends and the increasingly difficult and dangerous realities that people are trying to escape.
Political contributions link ERCOT board to Abbott and the state committee now investigating the troubled entity
Three current members of the ERCOT board, including two appointed by Governor Greg Abbott, have contributed thousands to Abbott's campaign. Another board member donated to three members of the House committee now charged with investigating ERCOT.
How San Antonio has voted in past presidential elections
A strong Democratic backing in Bexar County, and a hint at who locals may vote for in the Nov. 3 election between Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden, is shown in KSAT analysis of voter registration and turnout data from the Secretary of State’s Office (SOS). The numbers are based on presidential and vice-presidential votes in the General Election for Bexar County, going back to 1992.