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September 13, 1988
San Antonio Mayor Henry G. Cisneros, a leading Latino politician, said he has been in public service long enough and will not seek a fifth term. His term expires next spring. Cisneros was first elected mayor in 1981. Democratic presidential nominee Walter F. Mondale interviewed Cisneros in 1984 about possibly running on his ticket.
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November 10, 1988 | PATT MORRISON, Times Staff Writer
Halfway into a city council meeting, Henry Cisneros leaves the chambers and walks across the Mexican-tiled hallway to his office, its outer security door serving to politely scrape off the doting crowd that the mayor of San Antonio invariably accumulates like a human snowball wherever he moves. He closes the door of his office, a corner one on the ground floor, then slides Pavarotti off the stereo and cranks up some rock 'n' roll. Outside, a staff member cocks his head and listens.
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May 12, 1988 | Associated Press
A former Libertarian congressional candidate was accused of trying to hire a "patriot" to kill Mayor Henry G. Cisneros, authorities said Wednesday. Parker E. Abell, 74, a tax protester who claims to head a political extremist group called the American Patriots, was held without bail in Bexar County Jail on charges of solicitation of capital murder.
NEWS
September 13, 1988
San Antonio Mayor Henry G. Cisneros, a leading Latino politician, said he has been in public service long enough and will not seek a fifth term. His term expires next spring. Cisneros was first elected mayor in 1981. Democratic presidential nominee Walter F. Mondale interviewed Cisneros in 1984 about possibly running on his ticket.
NEWS
November 10, 1988 | PATT MORRISON, Times Staff Writer
Halfway into a city council meeting, Henry Cisneros leaves the chambers and walks across the Mexican-tiled hallway to his office, its outer security door serving to politely scrape off the doting crowd that the mayor of San Antonio invariably accumulates like a human snowball wherever he moves. He closes the door of his office, a corner one on the ground floor, then slides Pavarotti off the stereo and cranks up some rock 'n' roll. Outside, a staff member cocks his head and listens.
NEWS
May 12, 1988 | Associated Press
A former Libertarian congressional candidate was accused of trying to hire a "patriot" to kill Mayor Henry G. Cisneros, authorities said Wednesday. Parker E. Abell, 74, a tax protester who claims to head a political extremist group called the American Patriots, was held without bail in Bexar County Jail on charges of solicitation of capital murder.
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