Policies

Quality of Life

Health | Equity | Transportation | Infrastructure (Streets & Sidewalks)

Where we live has an enormous impact on our health. Our district must work to improve the overall health and equity in our community. We need to engage small business owners, non-profit organizations, our elders, our veterans, and our youth, to continue developing our community. This way, we can address the issues that have plagued us for decades. There is room at the table for everyone.

Community Investment

Small Business | Workforce Development | Education

San Antonio is one of the most economically segregated cities in the country. How do we overcome the current gap? We can start with investment in our small businesses that are the backbone of the economy. Economic growth and educational opportunity provide jobs, a sense of purpose, and opportunities to build generational wealth for families. Ensuring that our youth have the resources they need to be successful is also crucial. Within the district, we continue to see high drop out rates while our non-profit partners struggle with little funding to provide after school options and opportunities for continued growth.

Community Safety

Homelessness | Safe Streets | Domestic Violence

The safety and vitality of San Antonio is reliant on the focus we have as a community on the safety of our streets and homes. In District 5, this is a focus for most residents. Homelessness, theft, domestic violence, and safe streets are continuously brought up in the community.

© 2021 Vote Geremy Landin Campaign | Pol. adv. paid for by Norberto Geremy Landín Campaign. Irene Chavez Treasurer.

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