If she’s re-elected?
This notification appeared in today’s City Council meeting agenda:
For notation pursuant to Section 2.92.080 of the City Code, receipt of campaign contribution of five hundred dollars or greater by Representative Isabel Salcido in the amounts of $500.00 from Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson, LLP; $1,000.00 from J. Kirk Robison; $2,500.00 from Stanley P. Jobe; $1,000.00 from L. Frederick Francis; $2,500.00 from Gerald Rubin & Stanlee Rubin; $1,000.00 from Adam Z. Frank & Dana M. Frank; $5,000.00 from Robert L. Bowling IV; $5,000.00 from Randall J. Bowling & Paige Bowling; $5,000.00 from Paul L. Foster; $2,500.00 from Maria F. Teran; $500.00 from John C. Karlsruher & Mary Eileen Karlsruher; $5,000.00 from Woody L. Hunt & Gayle G. Hunt; $2,500.00 from Demetrio Jimenez; $500.00 from Rogelio Lopez; $1,000.00 from Donald R. Margo II & Adair W. Margo; $2,500.00 from Raymond Palacios; $2,500.00 from Douglas Schwartz; $1,000.00 from Jack Chapman.
That’s a lot of cabbage from people who make a lot of money via the City’s largess.
Real estate developers. Contractors. Builders.
And some, I assume, are good people.
Since Rep. Salcido’s election in 2018, she has voted to authorize $389 million in Certificates of Obligation. COs are debt that is issued without voter approval.
Ms. Salcido will face former Texas State Representative Joe Pickett in the November, 2022, election.