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  • commented 2017-07-05 13:07:31 -0500
    My husband has spent the past few days going up and down Bulverde Road from 1604 to Evans. He found 4 of your small signs still in place. he picked them up and saved them for you. We’ll be happy to bring them to a District 10 or NNA meeting if you would like them returned.
  • commented 2017-06-01 13:08:14 -0500
    Ezra Johnson, Where do you stand on annexation?
  • commented 2017-05-18 12:31:34 -0500
    Dear Mr. Johnson,

    The Food Policy Council of San Antonio is a non-profit stakeholder group working for policy improvements in our local food system. Access to healthy, fresh, affordable food is the foundation of human health and economic vitality. Sustainable local agriculture is the foundation of a resilient population.

    To better understand your priorities in this area, we have some policy-related questions. Our intention is to connect voters with your stance on these issues to help them make the most informed decision possible. We have distributed this questionnaire to all of the runoff candidates, including your opponent.

    What do you intend to do as mayor/councilperson to increase the city’s access to affordable, healthy food for all citizens and the cultivation of sustainable food in San Antonio?

    The Food Policy Council of San Antonio is seeking five policy changes within the next year, all based on the goals adopted within SA Tomorrow. Those include:

    · The hiring of a Food Policy Coordinator. That position will connect departmental programs, engage community members, coordinate research, and suggest policy on the San Antonio food system and its resilience, production, and equitable distribution.

    · The execution of a study of the State of the Food System, to assess the current challenges and opportunities.

    · The creation of a local procurement program for either Pre-K 4 San Antonio or the city’s After School Challenge program, to initiate a model of municipal selective sourcing that builds up regional food production.

    · The establishment of a Healthy Corner Store initiative, to bring more nutrition access to the most at-need neighborhoods in the city.

    · Update the livestock provisions of the animal code, in partnership with Animal Control Services, to ensure the ability to raise food at home, protect animal welfare, and avoid nuisance complaints.

    If elected, are these goals you would adopt? Why or why not? How might we as a city best achieve the goal of a better food system?

    Thanks so much for your time,

    Mitch Hagney

    President of the Food Policy Council of San Antonio
  • commented 2017-05-17 18:32:02 -0500
    Yes, we are trying to get Ezra to come to a debate with his opponent before our neighborhood coalition on May 27th or 28th.
  • commented 2017-05-17 16:20:11 -0500
    Mr. Johnson, I received a response from Clayton Perry and his is available for a debate either the evening of May 27th or May 28th. Are you available either of those dates?

    Robert Woody

    cell 210-771-4364
  • commented 2017-05-16 17:31:14 -0500
    Mr. Perry & Mr. Johnson,

    I am the pastor of Church of Reconciliation, 8900 Starcrest, at the intersection of Starcrest and Barrington, in District 10. For several years we have been organizing and hosting a Neighborhood Coalition made up of representatives from the public and private schools, apartments, townhome and condo complexes and neighborhood associations all located in the Serna Elementary catchment area, around our church. We have created a neighborhood nonprofit called Barrington Neighbors that how hosts the Neighborhood Coalition. We had a meeting of our Neighborhood Coalition this past Wednesday, 5/10, and talked about issues in our neighborhood that we want to collaborate on.

    In the course of the conversation, someone asked if we could get both of you to come and have a debate in front of our Neighborhood Coalition. We would like to hear your positions on issues that are important to our neighborhood. We did this once before for City Council candidates several years ago. We would have the debate in our parish hall which seats up to ~ 200. I told them I would contact the candidates and ask if we could arrange a debate.

    We could probably host the debate any evening between 5/26 and 6/5 except 6/30. Our preference would be 5/26, 5/27 or 5/28. If both of you are not willing or able to attend, we could have one of you for an “interview.”

    Please let me know as soon as possible if you are willing to participate in this debate.


    Robert Woody

    Cell 210-771-4364

    [I sent the same email to Mr. Perry]
  • commented 2017-05-13 14:11:19 -0500
    Where ars your headquarters? I want a yardsign.
  • commented 2017-05-12 17:13:17 -0500
    I would like to have more info on what you will aggressively push for,,,the details…addressing the traffic congestion along 281, 1604, and non-TxDOT road improvement projects. TxDOT and the city has a history of using expremely poor project management not to mention project planning (ex: Bulverde Road expansion was a nightmare and the contractor went through at least 5 project managers with no apparent punitive action taken by the city). Our city has grown to the point that we have a realistic need for a commuter rail system that transport people from the outer suburbs to various job centers within San Antonio. We have a need to convince Amtrak to move their terminal from downtown to the San Antonio International Airport to better service their customers with an efficient parking system that does not exist in the downtown area (they are forced to use the Mariner Garage and that’s a minimum of 7 blocks from the terminal-not feasible for the elderly, disabled, or others that have walking challenges). People I hear talking about this one transportation issue are fed up with the Republican position of do nothing AND condoning poor or non-existent management for transportation improvement. Again, what details can you offer that would convince a conscientious voter to support you?
  • commented 2017-05-12 09:15:06 -0500
    Please attend.

    This is a follow-up email I am sending to a voice mail I left at 210-526-1632.


    My name is Dorothy Wallace, I am a leader in COPS/Metro Alliance (Citizens Organized for Public Service and the Metro Alliance) a long-time community organizing group here in San Antonio.

    As a constituent of District 10, I would like to invite you to a Runoff Accountability Assembly on Monday, May 22, 2017 from 7:00pm to 8:30pm at the Dominion Church of God in Christ located at 3023 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, San Antonio, TX 78220.

    All candidates who attend will be provided questions to be asked prior to the assembly.

    We are also inviting Clayton Perry to this event. All candidates, to include those for mayor and districts with runoff races, will be invited to this assembly.

    Please RSVP either by phone or return email.

    Dorothy Wallace

    4350 Putting Green

    SATX, 78217

    590-1303 (H)

    269-2709 ©
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  • commented 2017-05-09 13:14:49 -0500
    Please let me know how I can get a sign. My address is 312 Larchmont 78209
  • commented 2017-05-08 00:58:00 -0500
    My mother in law and brother in law just moved in with us. How can I get them registered for the run off?
  • commented 2017-04-28 09:59:50 -0500
    See what I wrote just now.
  • commented 2017-04-28 09:58:59 -0500
    I have left two voice mails about volunteering. No one has called me back. I am a member of the Alamo Sierra Club and I live in District 2.
  • commented 2017-04-21 17:44:25 -0500

    I am a resident in district 10 and plan to block walk my neighborhood next week for the candidate I plan to support. Before I support anyone I would like to talk about a few issues with all the candidates to see where they stand. Can you have someone from the office give me a call to talk about a few issues?

    I appreciate it.
  • commented 2017-04-21 12:50:29 -0500
    How can I get a yard sign?
  • commented 2017-04-02 08:30:46 -0500
    Mr. & Mrs. Johnson ~ I write this solely on my personal behalf. It is important for you to know how disappointed and insulted I am that you would use our Tornado Heroes Appreciation Event as a platform for your campaign. We held the event to honor those who put their lives on the line for our neighbors, not for anyone’s political gain. Other District 10 candidates were present. They behaved professionally and in the spirit of the event. Only you demonstrated poor judgement by wearing campaign paraphernalia, speaking inappropriately and having your photo taken in front of a sign made possible by generous donations from the neighbors. I hope good sense prevails and you are not so disingenuous to use those photos in your campaign. Because I am the one who spent hours organizing this event, your egregious behavior was especially distasteful to me. I hope this heartfelt note brings self-awareness of your inappropriate behavior.
  • commented 2017-03-22 18:56:10 -0500
    Hi there-

    Can you let me know if there are any debates/town halls coming? I’d like to know where you stand on income inequality and public education vs charters.


  • commented 2017-03-20 10:42:50 -0500
    I would like our next District 10 representative on City Council to support San Antonio’s needs and growth in line with the principles of the Strong Towns organization. Here’s info:


    Our cities can’t afford the desired social and environmental sustainability if they are not also financially sustainable. Please spend a little of your precious time reviewing their positions.
  • commented 2017-02-07 06:10:55 -0600
    I would also like to know your positions on LGBTQ equality and, most specifically, make sure that no support for Lt. Gov. Patrick’s “bathroom bill” is going to be given in San Antonio. I would also like to know your position on SAPD cooperation with ICE. I feel that the two functions should stay separate. Thanks!
  • commented 2017-02-06 14:18:16 -0600
    How is Ezra about equality for all, meaning LGBTQ?
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  • commented 2017-01-20 09:39:06 -0600
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  • commented 2017-01-17 17:37:31 -0600
    Haven’t heard anything about SAPD officers wearing Trump campaign a while back. The mayor agreed to give them a slap on the wrist. The photo was re-posted thousands of times and left the city with a black eye.