The Bexar County Conservative Coalition was formed in the summer of 2013. We are a non-partisan, inter-denominational, issue-focused group of San Antonio & Bexar County citizens. We are together because most of all we care about preserving our values, because they are under attack.
Since this group was formed, a non-discrimination ordinance was presented by San Antonio City Councilman Diego Bernal. It passed on September 5, 2013. Eight members of the City Council of San Antonio, including Mayor Julian Castro, ignored the hundreds of speakers at City Hall who were against this ordinance in its final form, and voted to extend special protections for gays, lesbians and transgendered, while adding penalities for people and small businesses if they express their disagreement with unnatural lifestyles.
The "Non-Discrimination Ordinance (NDO)" was passed on September 5, 2013, and with eight votes became effective immediately. As of Monday, September 23, 2013, the city still HAS NOT changed the online City Charter to include the new ordinance for us to read.
This action by the city council has united a wide and diverse group of people: all races and ethnicities, men and women, young and seniors, veterans, and the religious have all banded together to show that YOU CAN FIGHT CITY HALL!
On the menu at the right you will find links to each of the eight recall petitions that need to be collected to recall the city council members who HAVE NOT and apparently WILL NOT LISTEN to the majority of the people of San Antonio.
The Washington Times, WASHINGTON, September 19, 2013 — Following the successful recall of two senators in Colorado, another liberal elected official with an entrenched political family seems to be the next target after offending some Christian and conservative groups.