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A Saturday in the park.
Hey there, today I had the opportunity to meet with the Express-News Editorial Board and discuss my desire to serve as your councilman in District 10. Very nice building, but quite different from the newsroom I worked in across the street at Avenue E and 3rd.
Please watch and check out my District 10 opponents as well.
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Hello from Rick.
Why I am running for the district 10 seat on the city council.
My wife and I are military brats and we both attended high schools in San Antonio, earned degrees from San Antonio colleges and universities, married and raised four children that attended and graduated from NEISD schools in District 10. I currently teach at Madison high school.
Before teaching I enjoyed working alongside many media greats at KENS-TV from 1983-to 1998. From 1998 to 2001 I worked as a producer for CBS NEWS.
My teaching career began in 2002 at Memorial high school on the westside of San Antonio. I have also taught at Kennedy and South San Antonio high schools, where I was blessed to have remarkable students.
Because of my love for San Antonio, its rich culture and wonderful people, I want to give back as a public servant in a way that I can help not just those citizens in my district, but of my city, as well.
After twenty years as a journalist, followed by twenty years as a public-school teacher, I have a good idea what San Antonio is all about, about our citizens and their hopes for now and the future. I know that what we need to stay on a positive and vibrant course are elected representatives who are motivated by nothing else other than serving our community.
Because of my interest in Texas history, I co-authored a play title “Shout Freedom”. The play, written with Tray Brown, explores the history of Juneteenth, a holiday I have been a long-time advocate for.
I am not a professional politician and I do not seek this office to further my political career and the agendas of others.
I’m a regular guy who understands the importance of listening to others and engaging them to find and share our common desires with the interests of all San Antonians in mind.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.