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The Road to 10-1: A Dozen in District 3
Media City Council forum continues tonight, 7pm
DAILY News  September 15, 2014, by Mary Tuma
"...Ballot Boxing, the 10-1 City Council forum series co-hosted by the Chronicle, KUT-FM, Univision, KXAN-TV, and the Austin Monitor will host a District 3 forum at 7pm at the North Door, located at 502 Brushy St...."

More in the 10-1 Mix
City Council candidates are multiplying like …
DAILY News  May 12, 2014, by Michael King
"...Newsdesk continues to follow The Road to 10-1, and as of today every City Council district race has at least two announced candidates. There’s officially a race in District 2, and in Districts 3, 4, and 7, candidates are gathering like reporters at an open bar ..."

Top 10 10-1 Stories
Just 10 of the crazy things that happened during 2014's historic election
News Story  December 31, 2014, by Amy Kamp
"...5) PACS ATTACK With 10-1 came "independent expenditure campaigns." South Carolina-based South Forward PAC placed calls to voters, telling them, "Don't vote for Steve Adler." Lee Leffingwell cited the calls as the final straw that led to his endorsement of Adler. Meanwhile, local business PACs spread mucho cash in support of Adler and other candidates...."

The Road to 10-1: Catching Up
Who’s in, who’s out, who’s who?
DAILY News  July 28, 2014, by Michael King
"...The July 15 campaign finance deadline set off a flurry of 10-1 activity, much of which we covered in the Chronicle’s July 18 overview (“Now We Begin”). Nevertheless, the campaign dust has hardly settled yet – July 18 also marked the opening of formal ballot application – so here’s a brief update on what’s been happening since...."

Filming 10-1
Documentary recounts the 2014 City Council campaign
DAILY News  November 30, 2015, by Michael King

The Road to 10-1: WDAF Forum
10-1 is a marathon; not a sprint
DAILY News  August 18, 2014, by Amy Kamp
"...As the city heads towards its first 10-1 election, everyone’s improvising to some extent, and the WDAF is no exception. The candidates were asked to fill out in advance a questionnaire covering the issues most pressing to WDAF, including the candidates’ positions on living wages for all workers, measures to punish wage theft, and opposition to Secure Communities..."

The Road to 10-1: Add One More …
Candidate pilgrimage grows, and a glance at District 4
DAILY News  June 30, 2014, by Michael King

10-1 Ticker... Council Updates!
Updates on the new 10-1 City Council
News Story  January 22, 2015, by the News Staff

10-1 Takes (Some) Shape
Who won, who’s headed to a runoff
DAILY News  November 5, 2014, by the News Staff
"...208,718 ballots cast. Who came out on top in the new 10-1?..."

The Road to 10-1: Meet District 1
Media forums begin tonight, 7pm
DAILY News  September 8, 2014, by Michael King
"...No doubt you’ve already signed up for tonight’s first Chronicle 10-1 forum, featuring the District 1 candidates, at 7pm. Wesley United Methodist Church, 1164 San Bernard..."

The Road to 10-1: District 2 Steppin'
Media City Council forum continues tonight, 7pm
DAILY News  September 10, 2014, by Chase Hoffberger
"...Ballot Boxing, the 10-1 City Council forum series co-produced by the Chronicle, KUT-FM, Univision, KXAN-TV, and the Austin Monitor, rolls into its second space tonight at 7pm with a District 2 forum at the Dove Springs Recreation Center, located at 5801 Ainez Drive...."

The Road to 10-1: Filling the Ballot
Official candidates at 29 and counting entering final week
DAILY News  August 11, 2014, by Michael King

News Roundup: 10-1 Edition
Candidates on APD debacle, Stillwell ticks off Stonewall, and more
DAILY News  November 3, 2014, by the News Staff

The Road to 10-1: D9 Ballot Boxing Forum Tonight
Join the three candidates at KUT Studio 1A tonight
DAILY News  October 6, 2014, by Amy Kamp
"...Erin McGann rounds out the trio as the one newcomer in the race. Like many 10-1 candidates, her focus is intensely on the costs of government - she’s against anything that would raise property taxes...."

Catching up with 10-1
Candidates queuing up at sound of the money bell
DAILY News  May 9, 2014, by Michael King
"...Mayor Pro Tem Cole is in the middle of her “Listening Tour” of the 10 new Council districts, but not yet quite ready to officially declare her candidacy. Friday afternoon she told Newsdesk she has “really learned a lot” from her neighborhood events, and that “the new [10-1] system has empowered people to talk about what is unique to their neighborhoods.” She said that while Council is often occupied with big issues like Austin Energy and the water utility and the comprehensive plan– “the big stuff” – people in a particular district may “want a trail” or some other specific improvement..."

The Road to 10-1 ... Is Getting Crowded [Updated May 12]
As May money season opens, candidates blossom
News Story  May 2, 2014, by Michael King
"...No, the list of candidates for the new 10-1 City Council isn't as crowded as I-35 rush hour – it's just starting to look that way. The number of candidates who have filed campaign treasurer designations with the City Clerk – the first official step toward formal candidacy – hit 40 as of Monday morning, and the overall list of candidates "seriously considering" a run continues climbing..."

The Road to 10-1
The City Council districting destination is settled. Is anybody driving the bus?
News Story  February 1, 2013, by Mike Kanin and Elizabeth Pagano
"...In 2014, there will be 10 new Council districts, at least eight new Council members, and a new at-large mayor. As part of the 10-1 plan, the Office of the City Auditor – Mory and a staff of five 10-1 assigned employees – has been charged with the delicate and complex task of assembling the "Indep-endent Citizens Redistricting Commission" that will draw the new districts...."

10-1, Step One: Finding Commissioners
The public comment period on the new districting process was extended a week for more input
News Story  January 18, 2013, by Elizabeth Pagano
"...Though it had been scheduled to end last week, just before that deadline the city auditor's office extended the public comment period on the city's new City Council 10-1 redistricting process to Wednesday, Jan. 16..."

10-1: If It Ain't Baroque, Let's Fix It
Strict requirements may yield a small, homogenous pile of applicants
News Story  December 14, 2012, by Elizabeth Pagano
"...Kathy Vale, who was a member of both the Council-appointed Charter Revi­sion Committee (which recommended the initial independent commission plan) and, later, AGR, addressed this concern at last week's public input meeting, asking for numbers. She asked the city auditor's staff – charged with implementing the 10-1 districting plan – to report how many Austinites have voted in three of the last five city elections, if possible plotting that information geographically and demographically in order to get a better sense of how restrictive it might be..."

10-1, Take Two
Five City Council incumbents up for re-election this November
News Story  May 19, 2016, by Chase Hoffberger
"...District 2 Council Member Delia Garza served on the charter revision committee that brought 10-1 to Austin in 2012, and since her inauguration, the former firefighter and assistant state's attorney general has embodied the spirit of equal representation. She currently chairs the Public Util­ities Committee, serves as vice-chair of the Open Space, Environment, and Sustainability Com­mit­tee, and sits on the Mobility and Health & Human Services committees...."

Top 10 (+1) Major Shifts in Austin Visual Arts in 2014
In the visual arts, 2014 was marked by transition: for galleries, curators, and critics
Arts Story  December 31, 2014, by Seth Orion Schwaiger

The Road to 10-1: D7 Ballot Boxing Forum Tonight
Join the Chronicle and the eight candidates at the Alamo Village
DAILY News  October 2, 2014, by the News Staff
"...Darryl Wittle isn’t as quick as some other 10-1 candidates to criticize the current Council. As co-operator of Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse, Wittle could provide a voice for the still-burgeoning Domain...."

10-1 Ticker...
Election updates!
News Story  September 4, 2014

The Road to 10-1: Now We Begin
The Big Three, et al.
News Story  July 17, 2014, by Michael King
"...Cole is the only woman in the race, historically a local advantage, and has a lower-key style than her opponents. She's pointing to her experience in education matters and city finances – the Betty Dunkerley legacy – and her spearheading of the Waller Creek Project, a major accomplishment that also opens her to claims of Downtown-centrism that reflects the 10-1 tension between the high-risers and the neighborhoods – an impression she attempted to overcome by her "House Party" 10-district tour...."

The Road to 10-1: Western Additions
Add two more – Districts 8 and 10
DAILY News  June 24, 2014, by Michael King
"...See more about the 10-1 candidates for mayor and City Council on the Chronicle's election page...."

The Road to 10-1 -- New Names
Three More for District 4, One for District 3
DAILY News  May 15, 2014, by Michael King
"...Meanwhile, the Chronicle’s diligent online tech team has revised our 10-1 master list to make it more readily distinguishable and searchable by district (and mayor’s race). Each race is now listed individually under “Meet the Candidates” here, and we’ll add new candidates and new information on the candidates, as it becomes available...."

10-1, Take Two
Five City Council incumbents up for re-election this November
News Story  May 19, 2016, by Amy Kamp
"...Amid the dramatic, attention-getting changes the first 10-1 City Council brought to Austin, there's a quieter one in the person of District 10 Council Member Sheri Gallo. Only in a city as reflexively and smugly liberal as Austin could someone like Gallo get lumped in with the conservative faction of Council..."

Public Notice: Who Needs 10-1?
Grumpy mayor provides plenty of drama
News Column  November 26, 2014, by Nick Barbaro
"...Here in the fourth estate, we've been largely looking forward to the new story lines promised by the incoming 10-1 City Council: new faces, radical agendas, clashing egos, screaming matches on the dais if we get lucky. ....."

10-1 Ticker... Run-Off Endorsements!
Elected officials and rejected candidates make their picks
News Story  November 20, 2014, by the News Staff
"...The 10-1 City Council run-off campaigns proceed, with an Austin Monitor poll reporting attorney Steve Adler with a commanding 56-35% lead over Council Member Mike Martinez, despite an initial round 37-30% vote. The run-off is Dec..."

10-1 Ticker... Endorsements All Around!
Which recently defeated candidate is endorsing which run-off contender?
News Story  November 13, 2014, by the News Staff
"...D4 loser Marco Mancillas (.9%, 77 votes), who withdrew to endorse Laura Pressley just prior to election day, now throws all that support to Adler for mayor... D1 candidate Andrew Bucknall (6%) endorsed frontrunner Ora Houston in the run-off, Edmund "Ted" Gordon for AISD trustee (in AISD's D1, distinct from Council's 10-1), and (since D1 borders District 4), Greg Casar....."

10-1 Ticker...
Election updates!
News Story  September 18, 2014, by the News Staff

The Road to 10-1: CLC Endorsements
Austin Central Labor Council picks in 10 of 11 city races
DAILY News  August 25, 2014, by Michael King

The Road to 10-1: NAAO Forum, or …
How do you fit three dozen candidates into two hours?
DAILY News  July 26, 2014, by Michael King
"...Newsdesk hasn’t mentioned every last candidate – and a few more in the audience who didn’t quite make this particular cut – and we won’t make the attempt. Rather, we’ll end with District 1’s Ora Houston, who promised to work to “dismantle the silos” separating one group of citizens from another, and to work for a city where we all try to understand our common interests and desires for community – and to see the new 10-1 system as an opportunity “to make Austin the Austin that it can be.”..."

The Road to 10-1: Now We Begin
How to fit six dozen candidates into a one-pound newspaper
News Story  July 17, 2014, by Michael King
"...But we're collecting material on all these candidates, districts, and races, and will pursue each race in more depth as the weeks pass, and also in an ongoing fashion online. Just as 10-1 will be new to the voters, it's new to us – but we'll be getting our collective arms around it from now until Nov..."

The Road to 10-1: Now We Begin
Central City Three-Way
News Story  July 17, 2014, by Amy Smith
"...Here also are the homes of most incumbent council members, who irked 10-1 supporters by including an alternative (8-2-1) proposal on the 2012 ballot. District 9 may represent all the reasons Austinites voted for 10-1 – a miniature reflection of its old self, predominantly Anglo, with a strong progressive streak...."

The Long and Winding Road to 10-1
The steps to a December adoption of a district plan
News Story  February 1, 2013, by Mike Kanin and Elizabeth Pagano
"...• City Council appoints citizen committee (e.g., along lines of Charter Revision Committee, which initially recommended the 10-1 plan)...."

10-1, Take Two
Five City Council incumbents up for re-election this November
News Story  May 19, 2016, by Amy Kamp
"...Believe it or not, it's been nearly a year and a half since the first 10-1 City Council took the newly expanded dais. This Novem­ber, half of Council's seats will be up for grabs again..."

10-1, Take Two
Five City Council incumbents up for re-election this November
News Story  May 19, 2016, by Michael King
"...Looking back on the new 10-1 council's first year, Casar acknowledged it had been "a little bit of the Wild West" in terms of initial organization and efficiency, but insisted that "the wheels didn't come off" despite most of Council's inexperience. He points with pride to the policy requiring more solar energy "at scale" and the adoption of body cameras for the Austin Police Department as particular achievements, and says that he sees himself as persistently looking for ways of "pushing the envelope" for more progressive city policies...."

Point Austin: The Day That 10-1 Began
Pomp, circumstance, and possibility at the new City Hall
News Column  January 8, 2015, by Michael King
"...But his motion to make the selection by lot died for lack of a second. Accordingly, CMs Greg Casar and Sabino Renteria moved Tovo's election, which passed 10-1 – the first official action of Council, and the first split vote as well..."

10-1 Ticker ... Election updates!
It's campaign video season
News Story  October 16, 2014, by the News Staff
"...Move over, Richard Linklater, a new wave of Austin cinema has arrived: the self-consciously silly 10-1 campaign video. The Mike vs..."

10-1 Ticker... Election updates!
Forum drama abounds
News Story  October 2, 2014, by the News Staff

The Road to 10-1 Ethics Charges Flying in D3 & D6
Where do Susana Almanza's donors work? Where does Jay Wiley live?
News Story  September 11, 2014, by Amy Kamp

The Road to 10-1: 52 and Counting
With Monday deadline looming, 80 potential Council candidates
DAILY News  August 16, 2014, by Michael King
"...Orshalick’s a newcomer, an Allandale resident who worked on the 10-1 campaign; he filed both his CTD and ballot application Friday. Other potential mayoral candidates who have previously filed CTD’s include financial analyst Stephen Fabian, student/artist Nick Lucier, and Trevor Titman (also filed Friday; gratuitous joke goes here)...."

Signs of the 10-1 Times
District 3 race stages early drama over competing campaign signs
DAILY News  July 21, 2014, by Mary Tuma

The Road to 10-1: Now We Begin
New Voices Carry
News Story  July 17, 2014, by Amy Smith
"...Delia Garza is an assistant state attorney general and a former firefighter. She was Council Member Mike Martinez's appointee to the Charter Revision Committee, and was among the panel majority that endorsed the 10-1 districting system..."

The Road to 10-1: Now We Begin
Eight (Plus One) Is Enough
News Story  July 17, 2014, by Mary Tuma
"...Likely frontrunner Susana Almanza, of People Organized in Defense of Earth and Her Resources, projects her spot on the 10-1 dais as historic – she would be the first Mexican-American woman on Council. However, among her seven opponents, she'll have to outrun her brother, retired computer tech and community activist Sabino "Pio" Renteria..."

The Road to 10-1: Now We Begin
Are You (Politically) Experienced?
News Story  July 17, 2014, by Mary Tuma
"...Mike Rodriguez, an Air Force veteran and retired financial advisor, has advocated heavily for 10-1 representation since 2008; with no initial inclination to run himself, Rodriguez changed his mind after deciding better him (a South Austinite of 20 years) than someone whom he believes will only represent the central city. Attorney Dave Floyd, long active in nonprofits, and Jason R..."

The Road to 10-1: Now We Begin
Partisan Traffic Jam
News Story  July 17, 2014, by Brandon Watson
"...If the new 10-1 Council will have a conservative seat, this is the most likely venue. In 2012, the future District 6 boxes preferred Mitt Romney to Barack Obama – the only district to do so..."

The Road to 10-1: Now We Begin
Teardown Town
News Story  July 17, 2014, by Richard Whittaker
"...Anchored on the south by the rapidly changing Crestview, Allandale, and Wooten neighborhoods, District 7 is in transition, and planning issues are very important here. Military veteran Ed English, formerly of Austinites for Geographic Representation (behind the original 10-1 initiative), argues that single-family homeowners fear the ongoing rewrite of the zoning codes..."

A 10-1 Sense of Humor? You'll Need It.
Already, the schedule for unveiling geographic districts in Austin has been denounced as impractical
News Story  December 7, 2012, by Elizabeth Pagano
"...Why CPAs and auditors? Though the plan that 10-1 was modeled on used municipal judges, attorney Steve Bickerstaff (who helped draft the amendment for Austinites for Geographic Representation) explained that the AGR feeling was that municipal judges in Austin are beholden to Council members, so those who drafted the charter amendment decided to use auditors, who are "certified" for their integrity. (It was Bickerstaff who most strongly objected to Mory's proposed schedule, arguing that it won't leave enough time for DOJ preclearance.)..."

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