The Clawback LIVE!

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When I first started writing The Clawback blog earlier this year, I did not expect it to be so well received! Now we are taking it to the next level with a recurring live show covering what happened in the latest council meeting, the stuff you heard about, the stuff you didn't, and what's coming next.  Just like with the blog, Austinites deserve direct explanations from your elected officials. And we all deserve a level playing field on which to debate using facts, not falsehoods.

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Do you have a question you have heard in your neighborhood that needs an answer?  Have you read a published work that feels off or just not right? Email me at jimmy@jimmyflannigan.com for possible inclusion in a future blog post!

The Clawback LIVE! Episode 2

Posted September 29, 2019 9:38 AM

In this episode, we go through some interesting items on next week's council meeting agenda, the latest on the land code revision, what I learned about mental health, more information on the coming November 2019 election... Oh, and how your very own D6 council member is nominated for Best City Official by the Austin Chronicle (and I need your vote!)

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The Clawback LIVE! Pilot Episode

Posted September 29, 2019 9:32 AM

In my pilot episode, we test out our new live streaming technology, talk about homelessness, the Asian American Resource Center, the upcoming November election, and updates on traffic projects in District 6. Oh, and how your very own D6 council member is nominated for Best City Official by the Austin Chronicle (and I need your vote!)

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The Clawback LIVE!

Posted September 23, 2019 11:14 AM

I have spent a considerable amount of time emailing back District 6 residents to answer questions, refute claims made by political groups, or explain general misinformation that makes it way into our public discourse. Why limit this critical info to just those that email my office?

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2019 Local Election Guide

Posted September 14, 2019 5:59 PM

This guide includes my recommendations for bond and ballot initiatives that affect District 6 in the November 2019 election. Fewer voters typically turn out in off-cycle elections and can be notorious for hiding odd or unusual ballot measures - so please get out to vote and make your voice heard. Your vote is what will help us get things done in District 6!

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A Dragon in Petition's Clothing

Posted June 02, 2019 6:45 PM

Convention Center expansion will bring great things for Austin... so why are dark money forces trying to kill it?

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