Rolando Briones
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Dear Neighbor,

Having been born and raised in San Antonio and a District 8 resident for over 20 years, the people of this great city hold a very special place in my heart. It is my commitment to you to work hard to ensure that our families always have a safe, enjoyable community to live in and that our local businesses have continued opportunities for growth and success.

As a small business owner of a LOCAL engineering firm, I have the real world EXPERIENCE necessary to deal with the reality of today’s fiscal challenges. I am prepared to make the tough decisions now, so that we can all enjoy a better tomorrow.

Thank you,

Rolando Briones

Breaking News:

Endorsement:

“I support Rolando because he has the record of service and will work tirelessly to make District 8 and San Antonio better by focusing on infrastructure, jobs, and public safety.”

Texas State Representative, Lyle Larson

Endorsement:

Rolando Briones has the business experience and problem solving skills we need at City Hall. I rarely endorse in city council races but this election is too important - Rolando Briones is clearly the best choice for District 8 voters.” 

U.S. Congressman Lamar Smith

Endorsement:

“I support Rolando Briones because as a graduate student at UTSA Rolando analyzed and studied the Edwards Aquifer. And as a civil engineer, Rolando Briones already has experience working to secure additional sources of water while protecting our water supply.”

Bexar County Commissioner, Kevin Wolff

Endorsement:

"Rolando Briones believes that City Hall must focus on core City Services. As our Councilman, he will dedicate himself to make safer neighborhoods, improve our streets and reduce traffic congestion. See, Rolando is a business owner with important business experiences, and he will use them to attract and keep good paying jobs in our community. Please, join me in voting for Rolando Briones. He is the best candidate to speak our needs in City Hall as our District 8 Councilman.”  

Former U.S. Congressman Quico Canseco