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2016 In Review: Honorable & Dishonorable Mentions

2016 In Review: Honorable & Dishonorable Mentions

HONORABLE MENTIONS Advocate and ally: State Senator Jose Menéndez Long-considered an ally, Senator Jose Menéndez has worked to advance legislation that is beneficial to the LGBT community. Recently, Equality Texas named him one of the top five senators on LGBT issues. In April 2015, Menéndez worked to help prevent the passage of Senate Bill 2065,

2016 In Review: A Year in the Life of LGBT SA

A select month-by-month recap of stories about our community reported here and elsewhere in 2016. JANUARY Rev. Mick Hinson to leave MCC SA Reverend Mick Hinson, pastor of the Metropolitan Community Church of San Antonio announced he was resigning his position. Candidates line-up to speak at Stonewall Dems endorsement forum The Stonewall Democrats of San

Sheriff Candidates to Speak at LGBT LULAC Meeting

The top two of candidates vying for the office of Bexar County Sheriff will be guest speakers at the September 15 membership meeting of San Antonio’s LGBT LULAC Council, Orgullo de San Antonio. The current sheriff, Republican Susan Pamerleau, and her Democratic opponent SAPD Sgt. Javier Salazar will address the LULAC meeting. “Orgullo de San

SA Community Reacts to Orlando Shootings

Updated: Sun. June 12, 2016 6:48 p.m. The San Antonio LGBT community awoke on Sunday morning to the news of the horrific killing of 50 people and the wounding of 53 others at the Pulse dance club in Orlando, Florida. Investigators are classifying the crime, which is the worst mass shooting in the history of

Salazar Will Face Off Against Pamerleau in Sheriff’s Race

With his landslide win in the May 24 Democratic runoff, Sgt. Javier Salazar of the San Antonio Police Department will now face off against Republican incumbent Susan Pamerleau in the November election for Bexar County Sheriff. In a race that began in March with four candidates in the Democratic primary, Salazar racked up almost 75

Pamerleau Eyes Second Term

Susan Pamerleau has the distinction of being the first woman to ever be elected Sheriff of Bexar County. After four years on the job, the sheriff, a Republican, says she’s ready for another term. In November, she’ll face off against either Javier Salazar or Andy Garcia, depending on who wins the Democratic primary runoff. Pamerleau

Javier Salazar: SA cop wants the sheriff’s badge

On November 14, Sgt. Javier Salazar, the public information officer for the San Antonio Police Department, officially filed the paperwork to run for Sheriff of Bexar County. He is a Democrat. (Editor’s note: As this story went to press, Salazar stepped down from his spokesman’s position and requested a transfer to another unit within SAPD

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