City Council District 1

City Council Member

Description of Office

Amend or repeal of any existing ordinance

Adopt, amendment or repeal a code of ordinances or code of technical regulations

Convey or authorize the conveyance of any real property

Prescribe a fine or penalty or establish any rule or regulation for the violation of which a fine or other penalty is imposed

Regulate the rates charged by a public utility

Adopt any legislation.

Description of Qualifications:

Resident of Corpus Christi

Term of office: 2 years

Term limit: Yes

Salary: $6,000

Rachel Ann Caballero:

BACKGROUND: Describe your strongest competency and life experience that qualify you to hold this office.

I have been around politics my whole life. I have always maintained a level of interest with regards to politics and government & at one time, I campaigned for candidates. However, I believe my competency stems from a life of constant eagerness to learn, trying to be a better human being to others, & be as knowledgeable as possible in the things that I am passionate about. I work hard. I believe that the average tax payers deserve a voice on our city council that they do not currently have.

Rachel Ann Caballero:

ISSUES: During your campaign, what is the number one concern expressed to you by the residents of Corpus Christi? What is your response to this concern?

I believe the number one concern I have heard is personal freedoms being taken. People feel as if their right to chose what is best for themselves and their families are being decided for them. The other that will directly impact Corpus Christi is economic development. I believe that the local government needs to be more receptive to allowing LOCAL residents to become business owners and other smaller organizations.

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Rachel Ann Caballero:

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT: How would you rate the capability of Corpus Christi to respond to natural and human-made disasters, such as hurricanes, pandemics, chemical fires or spills, and flooding?

Poor
Below average
Average
Above average
Excellent

I believe the city did what they were told to do by the state and federal mandates. Could we have handled the counting and reporting differently, absolutely yes.

ECONOMY: The COVID-19 pandemic has created a feeling of uncertainty. What are your views of the future for our local economy, including local jobs and property values, and general well-being, including healthcare, affordable housing, and schools?

I believe that the numbers were overstated and purposefully manipulated to shutdown our economy. This has affected small towns like ours directly impacting hard working individuals and small businesses that are barely hanging on. I believe that we need to reopen and people should follow the necessary precautions to do so safely.

Rachel Ann Caballero:

PRIORITIES: Other than the issues previously addressed, what are your top three priorities, and, if elected, how would you address them?

My top three priorities are infrastructure, constituent equality (no more special interest majority), and fair economic development for ALL.

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Today is the day!!!

We have to fight corruption.
We have to tell them that we know what they are doing.
We have to stop them.
We have to fight and show resistance to these corrupt politicians. The strong must fight for those that can't or those that don't even know that there is a fight happening.

I will be having a talk with Judge Canales about her desire to control and remove our God given rights to access OUR own property.

I urge ALL BEACH LOVERS to attend and be cordial and professional.

I'd advise some of you to bring up: HB 3263; HB 2921; & SB781. Written so vaguely.... they are setting up to privatize.

She needs to STAY AWAY from our beaches. And we need to tell her that.

She did a radio interview on Friday, 7/16/21, and listed her collaborators in this. I will be posting about them this week.
The group of people trying to remove vehicular access, public access, trying to develop and only give us pedestrian access RUNS DEEP. From city, to county, to state...... we MUST stop them.

#bancanales #FIGHTTHEGOODFIGHT

At The Bus/Downtown at 5:30!!
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Happy first day of summer!

Can anyone following this remember the last time a politician actually advocated for LOWER TAXES?

Anyone? Bueller? Bueller?

Let me know.... we need some changes here in Nueces County as quickly as they can happen!
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Good morning! Another day... another local government loophole to avoid accountability.

This is how the city hides behind bad decisions.

Any Public Information Request that you submit must be worded EXACTLY how the way WANT or they can deny you the request.

When are people going to get tired of these tyrannical government employees that WE PAY?

We are OWED WHATEVER information we request. We pay for it ALL.

ENOUGH IS ENOUGH.
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Good morning!  Another day... another local government loophole to avoid accountability.

This is how the city hides behind bad decisions.

Any Public Information Request that you submit must be worded EXACTLY how the way WANT or they can deny you the request.

When are people going to get tired of these tyrannical government employees that WE PAY?

We are OWED WHATEVER information we request.  We pay for it ALL.

ENOUGH IS ENOUGH.Image attachment

Ohhhhh!!! Lady Cats!! Congratulations on next step! Go fight for it!!! 🥎🥎🥎 ... See MoreSee Less

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