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Julian Castro

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  1. Candidates, cash piling up in mayoral race

    The 2015 race for San Antonio mayor is shaping up to be one of the more expensive in recent memory. "A city-wide race is very expensive. It's a million-dollar ... FULL ARTICLE AT KSAT

  2. Mayor Taylor's announcement getting reaction from present, former councilmen

    What had been rumored around City Hall for weeks became reality on Monday. Mayor Ivy Taylor announced that she will be a candidate for the office in this spring’s ... FULL ARTICLE AT KSAT

  1. Mayor Ivy Taylor announces she will run for mayor

    San Antonio Mayor Ivy Taylor announced Monday morning that she will run in the May 9 mayoral election. The San Antonio City Council voted in July to appoint Taylor, who ... FULL ARTICLE AT KSAT

  2. Can The Government Afford To Cut Mortgage Fees?

    Much of the questioning---especially from Republican lawmakers---will surround HUD Secretary Julian Castro's recent decision to cut the fees charged on loans backed by the Federal Housing Administration. FULL ARTICLE AT Real Time Economics

  3. President Obama's Record Budget Proposal Provides Homes For 67,000 At-Risk Families

    President Barack Obama impressed the need to make "smart investments that strengthen America" when he introduced his record $4 trillion budget plan for fiscal year 2016 on Monday, which includes ... FULL ARTICLE AT Huffington Post Business

  1. Julián Castro: Obama's housing chief wants to talk about the middle class, not politics

    Julián Castro, the new housing secretary for President Obama, says he's "flattered" by all of the national attention he's getting. But good luck getting him to discuss his ... FULL ARTICLE AT Fortune

  2. PACENow applauds today’s announcement by California Governor Jerry Brown and HUD Secretary Julián Castro of a number of steps that the state and HUD are taking to make qualifying ... FULL ARTICLE AT Emediawire.com

  3. California Gov. Jerry Brown and Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro announced partnerships Thursday to expand financing for energy efficiency and renewable energy in multifamily, affordable housing. FULL ARTICLE AT Mercury News

  4. San Antonio receives funds to alleviate homelessness

    The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has given a $760,000 to the San Antonio Housing Authority which will benefit a special needs assistance program for ... FULL ARTICLE AT Business First of Columbus

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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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