Julián Castro in his Own Words
When I want to find out more about a politician, one of my favorite things to do is to watch him or her speak. Is ...
When I want to find out more about a politician, one of my favorite things to do is to watch him or her speak. Is the candidate a numbers wonk or someone who prefers a personal story? Is he or she an old school pol or a slick focus-group-tested salesman? Usually, you can learn a lot just by watching someone speak.
Julián Castro was elected mayor of San Antonio this weekend, winning redemption after his 2005 defeat. Castro is supposed to be a rising star in the Democratic Party. So, he's someone worth watching.
Castro produced a series of videos during the campaign where he talked directly to the camera about issues facing San Antonio. Here are three of them.
His thoughts on downtown:
His thoughts on promoting San Antonio:
His thoughts on transportation (that traffic sure is noisy):
We invite you to discuss and comment on this article using social media.
Trump Instructs DeVos to Reduce the Feds' Role in Education11 hours ago
The Governor Happiest That Trump's Revisiting National Monuments11 hours ago
States Seek Shortened Probation and Parole for Many11 hours ago
Gas Tax to Increase, as Others Get Cut, in Tennessee11 hours ago
Suspended From Alabama's Supreme Court, Roy Moore Resigns to Run for U.S. Senate12 hours ago
Victim-Blaming No More: Washington State Helps Prostitutes Clear Charges12 hours ago