We Must Make Austin More Affordable

There is no opportunity without affordability. We need to make sure that our families that want to keep living here can afford to do so. Austin is a great place to live and is powered by a vibrant creative community consisting of diverse ethnicities and cultures.  We are also richerKnow More

Our Future: Education

Education is the key to Austin’s continued success.  We have a moral imperative to give our children the tools they need to succeed.  Helping Austin to have the best schools must be part of the Mayor’s job – especially when those in charge in the State Capitol fail to makeKnow More

Traffic Congestion

It’s time to get Austin moving. It’s time to stop talking and start acting. We have nearly two million people in the Austin metropolitan area and we will have four million people in 25 to 30 years.  When that day comes, I can’t imagine an Austin without an integrated transportationKnow More

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Filing begins for Austin mayor, council races

AUSTIN (KXAN) — Candidates can officially file to run for Austin mayor today, or any of the ten new city council seats in Austin. Candidates have just under four weeks to file for the ballot. Sign-ups end August 18th at 5 p.m. You get your say November 4th, on ElectionRead More

Historic Support Calls for Change at City Hall

AUSTIN, TX – Steve Adler, candidate for Mayor of Austin, released his July 15 fundraising report today, in which he reported raising $366,191.82 from 1,444 donors. The seven-week fundraising total is the most raised in a city election under current campaign laws. Adler’s total includes one contribution from the campaignRead More

Austin Mayoral Candidate Steve Adler Touts Early Fundraising Lead

By Lilly Rockwell - American-Statesman Staff Providing an early glimpse into his fundraising prowess, Austin mayoral candidate Steve Adler said Tuesday he has raised $363,000 in seven weeks — more than current Mayor Lee Leffingwell raised either of the two times he ran for the office. The Adler campaign said that money cameRead More

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