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City Council Election 2011: District 10 

Isy Perez

Phone: (210) 391-9142

Website: Facebook

Bio: Perez is a 19-year-old political science student a Rockhurst University in Missouri and has run most of the campaign from out of town. Among other things, Perez says he would like to see a local Fair Tax system and hopes increased public transit could battle drunk driving. Instead of raising money, Perez says he’ll only rely on social networking to campaign.

Current coverage: Isy Perez: A reluctant candidate (District 10)

Campaign Contributions (as of April 14): $0


Bud Little

Websites:, Facebook

Bio: A recently retired WOAI reporter, Bud Little spent 36 years covering City Hall. Little has been president of the Hills of Park North Neighborhood Association, President of Keep San Antonio Beautiful, and President of the Rose Society.

Current coverage: Isy Perez: A reluctant candidate (District 10)

Campaign Contributions (as of April 14): $25,375


Carlton Soules

Websites:, Facebook

Bio: Carlton Soules has worked in the food brokerage industry, winning broker of the year awards from companies such as the J.M. Smucker Co. and Dole Packaged Foods, as well as sitting on advisory councils for these and other large food companies. Soules is currently an owner of a commercial property leasing company in District 10. He has served on numerous local boards, commissions, and committees over the years.

Campaign Contributions (as of Jan. 15): $9,780



Laura Thompson


Bio: Laura Thompson owns her own local ad agency, the Laura Thompson Agency. Thompson says she has long been a local education and literacy advocate. 

Endorsements: Stonewall Democrats

Campaign Contributions (as of April 14): $1,510




Find out what district you live in, how to register to vote, information on the the other districts and more in our 2011 City Council Election Guide.




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