SAN ANTONIO, TX — Today, District 10 City Council candidate Marc Whyte proudly announces the endorsement of current District 10 Councilman Clayton Perry. Councilman Perry has worked closely with Whyte, appointing him to city boards and commissions to represent District 10 residents. Recognizing their shared values and commitment to the community, Councilman Perry will cast his vote for Marc Whyte and encourage all District 10 voters to do the same.
“Marc Whyte shares my commitment to lowering taxes, ensuring public safety, and supporting our military community. Marc will continue the important work we’ve started together in District 10,” said Councilman Perry.
Councilman Perry successfully led the effort to enact San Antonio’s first-ever homestead exemption, reduced property tax rates, and has lobbied for local tax relief every year since his election. Whyte shares Perry’s commitment to fiscal responsibility and will work tirelessly to lower taxes for District 10 residents. Perry and Whyte prioritize public safety and support initiatives that help our military community.
Whyte thanked Councilman Perry, saying, “I am incredibly grateful for Councilman Clayton Perry’s endorsement and his unwavering service to District 10. His support means a great deal to me, and I am eager to continue building on Councilman Perry’s work to protect taxpayers, neighborhoods, and our military community.”
Both leaders believe public safety is the most pressing issue for District 10 voters, with Perry advocating annually since his election for hiring more police officers and actually hiring 200 additional police officers during his term. Whyte has earned the endorsement of the San Antonio Police Officers Association for his commitment to expanding community policing and supporting first responders.
With Councilman Perry’s endorsement, eight District 10 council members, with terms spanning nearly fifty years, have endorsed Marc Whyte for San Antonio’s District 10 City Council position. Whyte has also earned the endorsements of Precinct 3 County Commissioner Grant Moody, the San Antonio Police Officers Association, the San Antonio Board of Realtors, and others.
Early voting for the City of San Antonio election begins April 24, and Election Day is Saturday, May 6. The deadline to register to vote in the May 6 election is Thursday, April 6. For more information about Marc Whyte’s campaign for District 10 City Council, please visit www.MarcWhyte.com.