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Section A: General News


Miller pulls off election upset


Miller pulls off election upset
Councilmen-elect Jim Miller and Mario Morones celebrate in the street Nov. 6 after the results of the Floresville city elections are revealed.


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November 14, 2012
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FLORESVILLE -- The city council here will have a new look following a Nov. 6 election in which almost 39 percent of Floresville’s registered voters cast ballots. . . .

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Fed Up With Arrogance  
Sin City  
November 20, 2012 2:02pm
 
This is what Tejada did to this community. He brought down other people with him. That is something he left off his "I Love Me" letter he sent out at the taxpayers' expense. I wonder what will happen to this minister ... More ›

 
In the know  
Floresville  
November 20, 2012 10:12am
 
Everyone, including this Methodist minister, has a right to their opinion. But this was not an opinion, this was a minister calling someone a "loser". That is name-calling, not an opinion. God loves all of his children ... More ›

 
LaLa Land  
Floresville, TX  
November 20, 2012 5:06am
 
A man of God and he calls someone a loser he does not even know? What is the story here???

 
Concerned Tax Payer  
Floresville, Texas  
November 20, 2012 5:03am
 
A preacher judging someone he does not even know, hum, that's a church I want to go to. Who is this man and why did he do that? What church is this? Does anyone else see the problem here? Tax fraud if he is preaching politics.....

 
Airborne Trooper  
wilson cty  
November 19, 2012 8:31pm
 
Local I don't se anything wrong with the preacher taking side either, but when you start judging and name calling that is when he crossed the line. He calls himself ana of God and does that and you think it's ok? Not sure ... More ›

 
local buisnessman  
floresville  
November 19, 2012 4:04pm
 
I don't know the preacher personally but even a man of God can surely choose sides and express his feelings,but I will end my comments on that note .I surely am looking forward to seeing the city progress.Have a good Thanksgiving.

 
Connect the Dots  
Floresville  
November 19, 2012 2:55pm
 
Good vs. evil- Like the Methodist preacher calling Jim a loser, huh? Oh, it's defintiely good vs. evil. I just think your sides are flip-flopped.

 
local buisnessman  
floresville  
November 19, 2012 2:00pm
 
It is good and I too would be happy if the people I liked would have won but they did not, you guys make it seem like some type of bat man and robin movie ,(good over evil). In all realities not much will change ,not any time ... More ›

 
Eric  
Floresville  
November 18, 2012 11:22pm
 
The atmosphere at the first city meeting with our newly elected city leaders that several of you have spoken about is what Miller's campaign was about, one of his major campaign slogans was to give citizens their town back. ... More ›

 
TigerLily  
Floresville  
November 17, 2012 7:33pm
 
Yes, Once Voice. This was the dawning of a new day. I am also hopeful. The council will listen to the citizens of Floresville. Unlike the past mayor, there will be no more raising of voices, pointing of the finger at the ... More ›

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