Four new tidbits relating to San Antonio and one thing ties them all together: Money.
Word from Washington that the Democratic Super PAC has reserved air time in San Antonio for the 23rd Congressional District in the amount of $415,000.
From Brian Chasnoff we find out about the likely new Republican State Senator from the 25th District, Donna Campbell, and her crazy and ass-backwards fiscal policies. You could basically sum up her fiscal views with, "Let's get rid of public schools."
A Florida firm has rated the local credit unions from A+ (strongest) to E (weakest). According to the World Council of Credit Unions (WOCCU), as of 2011, there are almost 94 million credit union members in the U.S.
From the Pew Research Center we find out that San Antonio is the most economically segregated city in the U.S., followed by Houston and Dallas. What does it say about a state that it has the 3 most economically segregated cities?