Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Councilman Greg Brockhouse (D6) participate in their final debate on KLRN seeking the office of Mayor in the upcoming election.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Councilman Greg Brockhouse (D6) participate in a debate on KLRN on May 2. Credit: Scott Ball / San Antonio Report

Either Mayor Ron Nirenberg or Councilman Greg Brockhouse (D6) will be mayor of San Antonio for the next two years after the polls close and votes are tallied on election night, June 8. It’s been a rancorous campaign season, and voters have a clear choice between the two.

Here’s a simplified breakdown of their similarities and differences on policy matters. Click links within these descriptions of their stances to read more about the issues.

To find out more about the candidates from their campaigns visit www.voteron.com and www.gregbrockhouse.com.

Public Safety

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Public Safety Unions

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Pre-K 4 SA

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Iris Dimmick

Iris Dimmick

Senior reporter Iris Dimmick covers City Hall, politics, development, and more. Contact her at iris@sareport.org