San Antonio mayoral election, 2019
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On May 4, 2019, the city of San Antonio, Texas will hold an election to choose the next mayor of San Antonio. The election will be a nonpartisan blanket primary. If no candidate takes a majority of over 50% of the total vote, the two top vote-earners will advance to a runoff election. Incumbent mayor Ron Nirenberg is expected to run for a second term in the office.
- Matt Pina, 2018 Libertarian Party nominee for Texas Land Commissioner
- Ron Nirenberg, incumbent Mayor of San Antonio
- Greg Brockhouse, member of the San Antonio City Council, District 6
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