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Julian Castro

Julian Castro

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  1. 4 candidates vying for interim mayor position

    The San Antonio City Council will select an interim mayor Tuesday morning to serve out the rest of Julian Castro’s term. The candidates are Ivy Taylor, Shirley Gonzales, Ray ... FULL ARTICLE AT KSAT

  2. Mayor Julian Castro says farewell to co-workers, friends

    From Mayor to Secretary, Julian Castro is leaving his hometown, San Antonio, and heading to Washington, D.C., where he'll lead the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Hundreds ... FULL ARTICLE AT KSAT

  1. 4 City Council members up for interim mayoral seat

    Time's up for those City Council members still deciding whether or not to seek the interim mayor position. As the 5 p.m. deadline passed Wednesday, only four council ... FULL ARTICLE AT KSAT

  2. SA Current reconsiders partnership with UBER

    The San Antonio Current is reconsidering its partnership with UBER, the ride-sharing service, for their upcoming event COCKTAIL, which is taking place Friday, July 25 at the McNay Art Museum ... FULL ARTICLE AT KSAT

  3. Ivy Taylor wants to be interim San Antonio mayor

    District 2 Councilwoman Ivy Taylor wants to succeed Julian Castro as mayor of San Antonio on an interim basis. Taylor submitted her letter of intention to the city clerk Tuesday ... FULL ARTICLE AT KSAT

  1. City Councilman Krier will not toss hat into mayor ring

    Joe Krier has built some strong business and political relationships in San Antonio over the better part of the last three decades. He forged many of those bonds through a ... FULL ARTICLE AT San Antonio Business Journal

  2. Council members begin filing for interim mayor

    Monday marked the beginning of the filing period for San Antonio City Council members wishing to serve as interim mayor. The group will select one of its members to serve ... FULL ARTICLE AT KSAT

  3. Chambers hosting reception for Mayor Castro

    Before he departs for his new job in Washington, D.C., San Antonio’s chambers of commerce are joining together to throw one last party for Mayor Julian Castro. A ... FULL ARTICLE AT Business Journal of the Greater Triad Area

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Wikipedia

Julián Castro (born September 16, 1974) is an American politician and the current Mayor of San Antonio, Texas. Castro was born in San Antonio on September 16, 1974. He is the twin brother of Joaquín Castro, both graduates from Thomas Jefferson High School (San Antonio, TX). He graduated in 1996 from Stanford University, majoring in political science and communications. He said he began thinking... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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