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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Note

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

County Judge

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University of Texas San Antonio

A Guide to the Cyndi Taylor Krier Papers, 1956-2002 (bulk 1993-2001)

Series 3. County Judge



Descriptive Summary

Creator:Krier, Cyndi Taylor
Title:Cyndi Taylor Krier Papers
Dates:1956-2002
Bulk Dates(bulk 1993-2001)
Creator Abstract:Cyndi Taylor Krier represented Bexar County in the Texas Senate for two terms from 1984 through 1992. In 1992, Krier was the first woman and first Republican elected as Bexar County Judge.
Content Abstract:The Cyndi Taylor Krier Papers consist of correspondence, awards, subject files, working files, campaign materials, fundraising materials, photographs, newspaper clippings, telephone and mail logs, speeches, daily schedules and scrapbooks.
Identification:MS 93
Extent:176.4 linear feet (177 boxes)
Language:Materials are in English.
Repository:Archives and Special Collections, Library, The University of Texas at San Antonio.

Biographical Note

The Honorable Cyndi Taylor Krier was born on July 12, 1950 in Beeville, Texas to Robert Stevens Taylor and Mary McGuffin Taylor. Her parents divorced when she was eight years old, and she and her mother moved to Dinero, Texas, where they remained until her grandmother’s death. Krier was an honor student in high school and played basketball, learning teamwork skills that served her in her political career.

In college at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas, Krier worked on the Richard Nixon campaign. She transferred to The University of Texas at Austin to major in journalism, and continued her campaign work for Republican candidates. While in Austin, she met her future husband Joseph Krier. After graduating in 1971, Cyndi Krier went to work for the Republican Party of Texas and edited a statewide newsletter, before returning to law school.

During the height of the Watergate scandal in the summer of 1974, Krier served as an intern in the White House. She returned to Texas and graduated in 1975. After graduation she worked for Senator John Tower, and on Gerald Ford’s 1976 election campaign. In April of 1979 she began working for the law firm of Lang, Lado, Green, Coghlan & Fischer, specializing in civil cases. Her commitment to Republican politics remained strong, and she actively recruited women into the political process. She continued her involvement in Republican Party politics, serving as vice-chair of the Bexar County party from 1979 to 1981. She also served on a bipartisan commission to propose legislative reforms for the Texas Election Code and on a Governor’s task force for Women and Minorities.

In 1984 Cyndi Krier filed to run for the Texas 26th Senatorial District. To women in San Antonio, she was the woman candidate who would beat incumbent Senator Bob Vale and bring a woman’s voice to the Texas Senate. Her campaign appealed to women from both the Republican and Democratic parties, and her theme was “A Senator We Can Be Proud Of.” She won the election on November 6, 1984. This was noteworthy because she was the first woman and the first Republican to represent San Antonio in the Texas Senate, and she was the sole woman senator during her initial session. During this session, Krier worked hard for revision of state laws dealing with child abuse and family violence.

In 1988 Krier was elected again and continued her concentration on family violence. In 1992 Republicans encouraged her to run for a judgeship in Bexar County, and as a firm believer in term limits and seeing her diminishing effectiveness in the senate due to elections of a more conservative group of senators, Krier ran and won the position of county judge. She again made history by becoming both the first woman judge in Bexar County history and the first Republican judge in their modern history. The building of a new county jail, child abuse, family violence, and child support remained priority issues for her during her service as judge.

In the summer of 2001 Cyndi Taylor Krier retired as county judge, and on August 28, 2001, she became the vice president for Texas governmental relations for the insurance company USAA. As Vice-President, she is responsible for leading USAA's involvement in legislative and public policy issues in Texas at the State and local levels. Also in 2001, Cyndi Taylor Krier was appointed to a six-year term on The University of Texas System Board of Regents by Governor Rick Perry. Krier served as Vice-Chairman of the Board and Chairman of the Academic Affairs Committee; a member of the Audit, Compliance, and Management Review Committee; the Finance and Planning Committee; and the Health Affairs Committee and as a Regental representative to the Board for Lease of University Lands which oversees the terms of lease of University lands for oil and gas exploration and development. She served as Co-Chairman of the Task Force on Planning and also led the Accountability, Collaboration, and Deregulation Task Force.

Excerpted from: Cyndi Taylor Krier From Statehouse to Courthouse, Ann Fears Crawford and Crystal Sasse Ragsdale. State House Press, Austin, Texas, 1998, pp. 295-307.

Chronology of events in Cyndi Taylor Krier's life

12 July 1950Born in Beeville, TX
1971graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a major in journalism
1972-73assistant to Beryl Milburn, vice-chair of Republican Party
1974White House intern during Watergate; worked for Anne Armstrong
1975graduated from University of Texas School of Law
1976worked for President Ford's campaign
1978worked for Senator John Tower's election campaign in Houston
1979begin working at Lang, Lado, Green and Coghlan law firm
1981Governor's Task Force for Women and Minorities; Candidate Recruitment Committee for Bexar County Republican Party
1984elected Senator from the Texas 26th Senatorial District
1988re-elected to Texas State Senate
1992ran for district judgeship in Bexar County
8 December 1992took oath of office as county judge
1993trip to Russia to observe elections
2001retired as Bexar County Judge; began working at USAA; became regent for University of Texas System
2007term as University of Texas regent ended

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Scope and Content Note

The Cyndi Taylor Krier Papers, 1956-2002, document the early life and career of a Texan woman in politics. The collection consists of correspondence, awards, subject files, working files, campaign materials, fundraising materials, photographs, newspaper clippings, telephone and mail logs, speeches, daily schedules and scrapbooks reflecting her professional life as a lawyer, Texas State Senator and Bexar County Judge. The materials are arranged in four series: Personal, State SenatorCounty Judge and October 2005.

Materials in the Personal series include a brief glimpse into Cyndi Taylor Krier’s family life, her career in politics and the law, and her personal and political interests. The State Senator series (1984-1992) includes materials about Krier’s campaign and fundraising activities and documents that reflect her work as a Senator. The County Judge series (1993-2001) includes materials that reflect Krier’s day-to-day work and those related to her campaign efforts in the race for Bexar County Judge. The Addition of October 2005 consists of Board of Regents records from 2001-2002 on which Cyndi Taylor Krier was a member and newsletters pulled from UTSA Archive's vertical files that were added to the accession spanning the years 1993-1999.

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Arrangement

Due to size, this inventory has been divided into 4 separate units which can be accessed by clicking on the following links:
Series 1. Personal
Series 2. State Senator
Series 3. County Judge [this page]
Oversize Materials
Series 4. Addition of October 2005 (Accession 2005-081)

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

The collection is open for research except when otherwise noted.

Usage Restrictions

Please contact Archives and Special Collections, Library, University of Texas at San Antonio for information about permission to publish material from the collection.

Researchers are required to wear gloves provided by the Archives when reviewing photographic materials.

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Index Terms

Persons
Krier, Cyndi Taylor, 1950-
Organizations
Camp WannameetaGOP
Matthews and Branscomb
Philosophical Society of Texas
Republication Party (Tex.)
Texas. Legislature. Senate.
University of Texas. Board of Regents.
University of Texas at Austin
Subjects
Campaign funds--United States.
Conservatism--Texas.
County government--Texas--Bexar County.
Judges--Elections--Texas.
Legislators--United States--Biography.
Political campaigns--Texas.
Political candidates--Texas.
Politicians--United States--Texas.
Women--political activity--Texas--Bexar County.
Women in politics--Texas.
Women judges--Texas--Bexar County.
Women lawyers--Texas--Bexar County.
Women legislators--United States.
Women political candidates--United States.
Women politicians--Texas.
Locations
Bexar County (Tex.)
San Antonio (Tex.)
Texas--politics and government--1951-
Genres/Formats
Announcements.
Awards.
Budgets.
Clippings.
Correspondence.
Invitations.
Logs (records).
Mailing lists.
Minutes.
Pamphlets.
Photographs.
Political posters.
Press releases.
Promotional materials.
Schedules (time plans).
Scrapbooks.
Speeches.

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Related Material

Texas Women's Alliance Records, MS 11, Archives and Special Collections, University of Texas at San Antonio -   http://www.lib.utexas.edu/taro/utsa/00084/utsa-00084.html

The Cynthia T. Krier commercials collection is located at the Political Commercial Archive, Department of Communication, University of Oklahoma -   http://www.ou.edu/pccenter/aboutthearchive.htm

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Cyndi Taylor Krier Papers, 1956-2002, MS 93, Archives and Special Collections, Library, University of Texas at San Antonio.

Acquisition Information

Collections materials were donated by Cyndi Taylor Krier in 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, and 2005 (Accessions: 1999-037, 2000-003, 2001-12, 2001-015, 2001-020, 2001-023, 2003-078, 2003-079, 2005-081).

Processing Information

Processed by: Gerrianne Schaad, Megan Robida and Staff, September 2005.

Encoded by: Mat Martin, Collections Assistant, April 2007 and Nikki Lynn Thomas, Manuscripts Archivist, October 2007

Addition encoded by: Tatina Wulzer, Collections Assistant, May 2009.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

County Judge

The County Judge series (1993-2001) includes materials that reflect Krier’s day-to-day work and those related to her campaign efforts in the race for Bexar County Judge. Daily agendas, speeches, a brief amount of constituent correspondence, and telephone and mail logs provide insight into Krier’s daily activities and responsibilities as County Judge. These materials also include photographs and a printed copy of the Bexar County Judge website from 2001.
Campaign Materials
The campaign materials include extensive subject files about county and political issues important to her as a Republican candidate, information about her opponents, and news clippings. However, this series contains minimal information about fundraising for her County Judge campaigns.
Campaign 1992
BoxFolder
341Abortion
2Agenda
3Applewhite
4Bexar County Budget, March 19 – October 29, 1992, undated
5Campaign Budget, October 22 – 28, 1992
6Campaign materials, January 13, 1986 – October 1992, undated
7Candidate comparison, undated
Drawer
47Oversize: Candidate comparison posters, Krier vs. Adkisson, undated
BoxFolder
348Contributions & expenditures, June 30, 1990 – September 24, 1990
9Contributions & expenditures, July 1 – December 31, 1992
10Contributions & expenditures, sworn report
11Contributions list, June 17, 1992 – March 20, 1993, undated
12Correspondence, December 11, 1987 – October 20, 1992, undated
13COPS, August 27 – September 27, 1992, undated
14Correspondence
15County boards & Commission, August 10, 1992
16Courthouse security, July 13 – September, 1992
17Crime, July 23 – August 11, 1992
18Daily schedule, August 1 – November 7, 1992
19Debates, December 29, 1989 – September 30, 1992
20Direct mail, May 15 – December 3, 1992
21Editorial boards, September 11 – 16, 1992, undated
22Election information, 1992, November 3, 1992
23Election results, November 3, 1992
24Ethics, January – December 3, 1992, undated
25Fair campaigns, March 9 – 21, 1992, undated
26Financial disclosures, October 31, 1991 – January, 1992
27Focus groups, August 3 – September, 1992, undated
28Flyers
29Fundraisers, May 15 – October 28, 1992, undated
30Fundraiser crumpets, January 21 – October 14, 1992, undated
31Fundraisers, FolkLife, July 12, 1991 – August 24, 1992, undated
32Ideas, June 1992, undated
33Infrastructure, August 1992, undated
34Jail, December 9, 1991 – October 17, 1992, undated
Media
35Dublin-McCarter, December 9, 1991 – October 17, 1992, undated
36Newspapers, July – October 1992, undated
37Radio, September 17 – December, 1992, undated
38TV, August 7 – October 8, 1992
39Milton guess list, September 11 – October 27, 1992, undated
40Montgomery & Associates, August 11, October 12, 1992, undated
41Neighborhood events, September 14 – 28, 1992, undated
42News clippings, 1991-1992
BoxFolder
351News clippings, 1992
2 Newsletter, October, 1992
3Opponent, 1985 – October 1992, undated
4-6Opponent contributions & expenditures, January 4, 1982 – July 10, 1992
7-8Photos / volunteers
9Paid advertisements, October 6 – 29, 1992, undated
10Polls, September 9, 1992, undated
11Post election, March, 1993, undated
12Press conference, September 16 p _ct 27, 1992, undated
13Press releases, June 25, 1991 – November 10, 1992, undated
14Privatization, March 24 – August 12, 1992
15Questionnaires, August 9, 1991 – October 2, 1992, undated
16Republican group meetings, May 28 – July 31, 1992, undated
17Republican Women TX, June 8 – 16, 1992, undated
18Krier Résumés and bio, undated
19SAILS, April 29 – September 4, 1992
20Speeches, September 2 – October 23, 1992, undated
21Speech ideas, November 14, 1991 – July 1, 1992, undated
22Stationery
Subject Files
23Abortion, 1992-1993
24Accomplishments, 1991
25Adkisson, 1992
26Ad solicitations, 1992
27Advertising ideas, 1992
28Appointments, February 20, 1992
29Bexar Appraisal district, July, 1992
30Bexar County Home Rule, 1992
31Bielstein, 1992
32Blacks, 1992
33Bush, May 26, 1992
34Business, undated
35Candidates, 1992
36Cases, January 26, 1992
37Child support, 1992
38Council: Commissioner’s court, 1992
BoxFolder
361Children’s issues, 1992
2City, 1992
3Clips, 1992
4Constables, 1992
5Cops, November, 1990
6 Courthouse, January 22, 1992
7Courts, 1992
8Crime, 1988, 1992
9Crime: Juveniles, 1992
10Crime: Solutions, January – February, 1992
11Democrats, March, 1992
12Deputies (collective bargaining), May 20, 1992
13Direct mail, 1992
14District attorney, Aug, 1992
15Drugs, 1992
16DWI, 1992
17Economy, January, 1992
18Economic development, 1992
19Education, 1992
20Elections Dept, 1992
21Endorsements, 1992
22Environment, 1992
23Ethics, January, 1992
24Filings: elect. Admin, IRS, 1991-1992
25Fortunate 500, 1992
26Fundraising; Causes, 1992
27Fundraising: Ideas, 1992
28Fundraising: People, March, 1992
29Handwritten note re: advice, undated
30Health care, 1991-1992
31Hispanics, 1991
32Historical commission, 1992
33Homeowner-Taxpayer Association
34Hospital district: Lutheran General, 1992
35Hospital district, 1992
36Housing, 1992
37Lewis, Oliver, 1992
38Job training, June, 1993
39Lists, 1992
40BCLDC, 1992
41Longoria, 1992
42Mailings, March 1992
43Media, 1992
44MHMR, 1992
45Neighborhoods, undated
46News releases, January 29, 1992
47Parks, 1992
48People, 1992
49Pictures, 1992
50Polls, 1992
51Problems, 1992
52Polling places, locations, handouts, February, 1992
53Republican Party, 1990
54Projects, 1992
55Roads, 1992
56Research, 1992
57Schedule, undated
58Southside, 1992
59Senior citizens, 1992
60Suburbs, 1992
61Surveys, 1992
62Swearing In, 1992
63Taxes, 1992
64Tax collections, 1992
65Trial lawyers, May, 1992
66Women, 1991-1992
67Swearing in, December 4 – 8, 1992, undated
68Swibold meetings, December 18, 1990 – September 25, 1992
69Taxes & contributions & expenditures, January 23, 1987 – May 5, 1991
70Taxes, Bexar County, September 18 – November 5, 1992, undated
71Thank you –letters, December 3, 1992
72Trial lawyers, December 22, 1989 – October 28, 1992, undated
73Trains, May 29 – August 20, 1992, undated
74Victory party, December 9, 1992
75Volunteers, August 1991 – September 26, 1992, undated
76Voting, July 15 – August 24, 1992
77Waste, July 13 – October 28, 1992, undated
78Water, October 28, 1991 – October 8, 1992
Campaign 1994
BoxFolder
371County judge election, 1994
Primary re-election filing form 2
3Campaign finance, 1997-1998
4Correspondence & clippings
5Sworn report of expenditures
6-11Fundraising: FolkLife, 1993-1999
Communications
Mail Logs
BoxFolder
1221-5 20 April 1993-21 November 1994
6-18 July 1994-May 1995
BoxFolder
1231-27 June 1995-April 1997
BoxFolder
1241-35 May 1997-December 1999
BoxFolder
1251-9 1 December 1999-29 February 2000
BoxFolder
1261-14 March-July 2000
BoxFolder
1271-13 June-November 2000
BoxFolder
1281-25 5 December 2000-May 2001
Phone logs
BoxFolder
12826-28 January-July 1993
BoxFolder
1291-17 August 1993-August 1995
BoxFolder
1301-15 September 1995-March 1997
BoxFolder
1311-16 April 1997-November 1998
BoxFolder
1321-15 December 1998-April 2000
BoxFolder
1331-9 May 2000-February 2001
Press releases
BoxFolder
13310Juvenile Justice Issues, 15 October 1992
11Infrastructure, 7 October 1992
Public Service Announcements
BoxFolder
13312"Shooting for the Gold," Women's Olympic Basketball, 14 July 2000
13Transcript
Correspondence
BoxFolder
13314-26Constituents
Alphabetical by last name.
BoxFolder
1341General, 1993-2000
2Legislative issues, 1993-2000
3Local and County issues, 1993-2000
4Office Stationery, undated
County Working files
The County Working Files are files which were created by Krier and her staff to organize her work and responsibilities as Judge. They include information about city and county offices, local businesses and organizations, universities, colleges, and individuals. Many of the files relate to local issues, such as development, health care, juvenile rehabilitation, the county jail, public safety, water, and transportation. Some files relate to state legislative issues, especially those that affect Bexar County, and some federal issues as well. Krier belonged to many boards and commissions while in office as Judge, and this work is also reflected here. Files may include correspondence (including letters, faxes, postcards, memoranda, and note cards), meeting minutes, pamphlets, agendas, reports, budgets and other financial information. Many of these city and county issues or events are also recorded in an extensive collection of news clippings, also found in this series.
The County Working files comprise over 82 linear feet of materials. This inventory is in the process of being made available online. In the meantime, please contact the Archivist (archives @ utsa.edu ) to receive a copy of the subject file inventory.
Daily Agendas and Schedules
BoxFolder
1345TAC 1993 Post Legislative Conference, 1993
6-18 1 January 1993-12 April 1993
19American Society of Public Administrators, 3 May 1993
20-24 13 May 1993-16 June 1993
BoxFolder
1351-29 17 June 1993-22 October 1993
BoxFolder
1361-6 23 October 1993-21 November 1993
7TAC Conference Information, 18 November 1993
8Share the Joy of Reading, 19 November 1993
9 22-30 November 1993
10Judge Wayne Vaughn, 22 November 1993
11Olivia Wisenhauer, Texas Agrifood Mast., 24 November 1993
12 2-3 December 1993
13ASPA Meeting/Walter Ague, 2 December 1993
14Meadowwood meeting, 2 December 1993
15-19 4 December 1993-2 January 1994
20Ann Tramer, Informal interview, 4 January 1994
21County Judges Annual Convention, 3-5 January 1993
22-23 13-31 January 1993
24Lunch wth Jonathan Powell, 18 January 1994
25Calm Elementary School, career day, 21 January 1994
26Academic decathalon taping information, 24 January 1994
27-36 1 February-16 April 1994
BoxFolder
1371 17-19 April 1994
2County-State Partnership Seminar, 19 April 1994
3-5 20-30 April 1994
6Trans-Texas Water Program, May 1994
7-14 1-20 May 1994
15South Texas West Point Society, 20 May 1994
16-2621 May -June 21, 1994 21 May -June 21, 1994
27Bexar County Housing Finance Corporation, 21 June 1994
28 22-24 June 1994
BoxFolder
1381-30 25 June-8 September 1994
BoxFolder
1391-26 9 September-23 October 1994
BoxFolder
1401-27 23 October-31 December 1994
BoxFolder
1411-17 1 January-12 April 1995
BoxFolder
1421-8 13-30 April 1995
9St. Philip's Church, May 1995
10-28 1 May-10 June 1995
BoxFolder
1431-23 11 June-31 October 1995
BoxFolder
1441-26 1 November 1995-22 January 1996
BoxFolder
1451-21 23 January-2 April 1996
BoxFolder
1461-223 April-23 May 1996
BoxFolder
1471-17 24 May-25 September 1996
BoxFolder
1481-23 26 September-3 December 1996
BoxFolder
1491-14 4 December 1996-30 January 1997
15Rudy Reyna lunch. 29 January 1997
16 31 January-24 February 1997
BoxFolder
1501-19 25 February-2 May 1997
BoxFolder
1511-20 3 May-2 July 1997
BoxFolder
1521-21 7 July-16 September 1997
BoxFolder
1531-17 17 September-10 November, 1997
BoxFolder
1541-7 11-29 November 1997
8-26 1 January-19 June 1998
BoxFolder
1551-20 30 June-31 October 1998
BoxFolder
1561-13 1 November 1999-31 January 2001
Manuals and Procedures
BoxFolder
1571Bexar County Directory, December 1992, 26 August 1992
2Bexar County Handbook, August 1997
3Bexar County Handbook, January 1998
4Bexar County Judge memberships, 1995
5Boards and Commissions Handbook, 26 June 1996
6-7Casework Reference Guide, 1993
8Commissioners Court Organizational Chart
9Contract with the People of Becar County
10County Commissioners Court Responsibilities
11 County Judge swearing-in ceremony, 1992
12Form letter book, 1994
13Mentoring, 1998 and undated
14Office Standard Operating Procedures Manual, 1997
15-17Texas County Official's Guide, Volume VI, 1985-1994
Newspaper Clippings
By subject
BoxFolder
15718Alamo Workforce Development, 2001
19 Annexation
20 Articles about CTK
21 Bond Issues
22 Better Jobs, 2000
23 Bexar County
24 Boerne Wall
25 Budget
26 Bus Conservation Task Force, 2000
27 Cathedral, 2000
28 Clean Air, 2000
29 Chase Bank
30 Coalition for Women’s Basketball, October 26, 2000
31 Community Courts
32 Corridor Council
33 County Judge Race
34 City Public Service (CPS)
35 Crime, 2000
36 Curves, 2000
37 District Judge Bert Richardson, 2000
38 Early Voting
39 Energy: Fuel Cells, August 8, 2000
40 Fireworks, 2000
41 Flooding
42 Free Lunch
43 Free Trade, 1992
44 Government Hill, 2001
45 Growth and Development, 2000
46 HAZMAT, 2000
47 Health Systems, 1996-2001
48 Heard Goggan, 2000
49 Housing, 2000
50 Houston Street, 2000
51 Internet, 2000
52 Jobs, 2000
53 Judge Race, 2001
54 Judges, 1995
55 Kathy Ferguson
56 Kelly AFB, 2000
57 Landfill, 2000
58 Legislative Issues
59 Miami Heat
60 Olympics
61 Organizations: Diez y Sies, 1994
BoxFolder
1581Pennsylvania Fire, 2000
2Prisons, 1999-2000
3Randolph AFB
4Recycling, 2000
5Redistricting, 2001
6Regents, University of Texas Board of, 2001
7Riverwalk, 2000
8Salado Creek, 2000
9SBC, 2000
10SBC Arena, 1999-2000
11Schools
12Sheraton, 2000
13Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission, 1999
14Tax Assessor-Collector: Romo, 16 September 2000
15Taxes, 1998
16Teen Pregnancy, 2001
17Term Limits
18Universities, 2000
19VIA, 1996-2000
20Water, 2000
21WNBA
22Worman's Comp
By date
BoxFolder
15823-48 1993-August 1998
BoxFolder
1591-7 September 1998-1999
8-9Pending projects
10Photographs, 1993-2001 and undated
11“Small Harbors” file, 1993 and undated
12Website (Krier Bexar County Judge website), 2001
Writings
Articles by Krier
BoxFolder
15913"Creating Excellence in Government"
14"Practicing Texas Politics"
Speeches
BoxFolder
159151992-1993 Budget, September 17, 1992
16 MLK Foundation Gala Banquet, Marriott Rivercenter, January 15, 1993
17 Interfaith Service Committee, MLK Service, Travis Park, United Methodist Church, January 16, 1993
18 St. Philips Episcopal Church and School, January 25, 1993
19 Texas Academic Decathlon, January 29, 1993
20 National Association of County engineers, February 1, 1993
21 Head Start Conference, February 4, 1993
22 Stocks and Rodeo, February 8, 1993
23 Tafolla Leadership Club, February 10, 1993
24 ACCD Brown Bag Lunch. February 22, 1993
25 Hyatt Hill Country Opening, February 4, 1993
26 Academic Decathlon, February 28, 1993
27 Speech Schedule, March-June 1993
28 Girl Scout Proclamation Remarks, March 9, 1993
29 VIA Unveiling, March 19, 1993
30 Kirby Senior citizens Center Grand Opening, March 27, 1993
31 Panel Discussion, Intercity Visit, April 5, 1993
32 Wings of Vision, St. Philip’s Episcopal, April 11, 1993
33 IH 37 Opening, April 12, 1993
34 Texas Association of Counties, State-County-Public Partnerships, April 21, 1993
35 Texas Federation of Women’s Clubs, April 26, 1993
36 City of San Antonio/International Relations, April 26, 1993
37 Hollywood Park Homeowner’s Association, April 27, 1993
38 Edgewood NHS End-of-Year Banquet, May 13, 1993
39 American Women in radio and TV panel, May 20, 1993
40 Bexar County Women’s Car Association, Plaza Club, May 21, 1993
41 Dublin McCarter for KLRN Groundbreaking, May 24, 1993
42 American Society of Public Administrators, May 25, 1993
43 George West High School Graduation Exercises, May 27, 1993
44 Capitol Quorum Talking Points, Paragon Cable, June 2, 1993
45 Guadalupe County Evening Republicans, June 17, 1993
46 US Olympic Festival, June 19, 1993
47 Inn at Los Patios, July 14, 1993
48 Presentation for Commissioners Court, July 20, 1993
BoxFolder
1601Welcoming Remarks, National Medical Association, Rivercenter Marriott, August 8, 1993
2 International Master Gardener Conference and Trade Show, August 13, 1993
3 General Welcome to San Antonio, August 16, 1993
4 San Antonio Founders Lions Club, August 25, 1993
5 San Antonio Business Promise, October 15, 1993
6 Speech Schedule, September-November 1993
7 Fourth Court of Appeals Centennial Celebration, September 2, 1993
8 San Antonio manufacturer’s Association, September 7, 1993
9 VIA: Robert Thompson Dedication, September 7, 1993
10 San Antonio River Tunnel Inlet Structure and Circulation Facilities, September 10, 1993
11 Hispanic Republican Women of San Antonio, September 11, 1993
12 Alamo Heights Police Academy Alumni, September 14, 1993
13 West Point Society of South Texas, September 17, 1993
14 Civic Club- Barn Door, September 22, 1993
15 Air Force Village II – Roadrunner Breakfast Club, September 23, 1993
16 Republican Women’s Group, Ramada Inn, October 14, 1993
17 National Women’s Political Caucus Campaign Training Skills, October 16, 1993
18 State of the County, the Greater Chamber of Commerce of San Antonio, October 18, 1993
19 San Antonio Young Republican’s Club, Cadillac bar, October 21, 1993
20 San Antonio Breakfast Club, Luby’s Cafeteria, October 21, 1993
21 North San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, October 22, 1993
22 North San Antonio Chamber of Commerce Petroleum Club, October 22, 1993
23 High Risk Infant Program, October 24, 1993
24 Texas Association of Business, Plaza Hotel, October 25, 1993
25 Neighborhood Association Meeting, October 25, 1993
26 San Antonio Board of Realtors, Club at Sonterra, October 29, 1993
27 Society of Professional Engineers, Bexar Chapter, Barn Door, November 1, 1993
28 Baptist Ministers Union, Bethany Baptist Church, November 2, 1993
29 Leadership San Antonio, Crime and Punishment, Valero, November 3, 1993
30 African-American Chamber of Commerce, San Francisco Steak House, November 4, 1993
31 Greater San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, Commissioner’s Court event, November 4, 1993
32 University of Texas at Austin Leadership Development Program, Ashbel Smith Hall, November 8, 1993
33 Krier Press release, re: County Performance, November 13, 1993
34 Texas Agribusiness Kick-Off Luncheon, Barn Door, November 15, 1993
35 Las Casas Foundation, Empire Theater, November 16, 1993
36 Bexar County Detention Ministers, Inc., First Presbyterian Church, November 19, 1993
37 WOAI and DTOA “Come Home for the Holidays,” Sheraton Gunter Hotel, November 20, 1993
38 Office of Youth Ministry/CYO All Sports banquet, Villita Assembly Hall, December 6, 1993
39 Bexar County Courthouse Cornerstone Removal, December 17, 1993
40 San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Marriott Rivercenter, January 20, 1994
41 National Association of Counties Children’s Hearing Initiative, Commissioner’s Court, January 20, 1994
42 Academic Decathlon, Embassy Suites, January 29, 1994
43 Region XIV Academic Decathlon, Sheraton Fiesta Hotel, January 30, 1994
44 Downtown Rotary Club, Bright Shawl, February 2, 1994
45 Fernandez Elementary School, February 10, 1994
46 San Antonio Bar Association, Bright Shawl, February 24, 1994
47 Highland Hills Neighborhood Association, March 7, 1994
48 Greater San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, Governmental Affairs Committee, March 7, 1994
49 “Living Sunday Gospel,” Catholic Chancery, March 11, 1994
50 US Savings Bond Luncheon, Hyatt Regency, March 17, 1994
51 UTSA Leadership, “Leaders Care,” John Peace Library, March 18, 1994
52 Greater Chamber of Commerce, Opportunity San Antonio VIII, Hilton Placidio del Rio, April 7, 1994
53 League of Women Voters, Greater San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, April 8, 1994
54 Wings of Vision, St. Philip’s Centennial Challenge, April 10, 1994
55 La Quinta Ribbon Cutting, La Quinta Airport West, April 14, 1994
56 Republican Business Women’s Club of Bexar County, Bright Shawl, April 14, 1994
57 Dora’s Sure Child Care Ribbon Cutting, April 29, 1994
58 Alamo Children’s Justice Center Grand Opening, May 10, 1994
59 East Central High School Academic Achievement Awards, May 21, 1994
60 Bexar County Employee Awards, June 10, 1994
61 Southwest High School Agenda, June 17, 1994
62 Mexican American Business and Professional Women’s Club, Marriott Riverwalk, June 29, 1994
63 Leon Springs Elementary School, July 8, 1994
64 Concerned Insurance Texas Agents, July 11, 1994
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1611PTA Membership Month Remarks, July 27, 1994
2 Special Recognition of David Huesca, July 27, 1994
3 National Night Out for Crime, August 2, 1994
4 Hazardous Material, August 4, 1994
55 Presentation to SAC Students, August 10, 1994
6 Ryan White HIV Planning Council, August 15, 1994
7 Downtown YMCA completion Ceremony, September 23, 1994
8 Bexar County Christian Coalition Speech, September 27, 1994
9 Character Education Week, Proclamation Presentation, October 5, 1994
10 HEB Superstore Grand Opening, October 14, 1994
11 CitiCorp excellence Awards, October 17, 1994
12 State of the County Address, October 18, 1994
13 “De Mujer a Mujer Awards,” October 18, 1994
14 Northwest Crossing Elementary “Celebrity Quiz,” October 18, 1994
15 National Honor Society, October 25, 1994
16 San Antonio Metropolitan Ministries, October 27, 1994
17 Raul Jiminez Thanksgiving Dinner/Press Conference w/CTK, November 1, 1994
18 UTSA Downtown Campus, re: County Urban Management, November 10, 1994
19 Association of General Contractors, November 15, 1994
20 National Industrial Transportation League, November 15, 1994
21 Texas Agricultural Extension Service Program, November 22, 1994
22 Crime Commission of Universal City, December 1, 1994
23 Bexar County Women’s Center Meeting, December 7, 1994
245 HEB Feast of Sharing, December 12, 1994
25 Bethel AME Youth Leadership Academy Speech, December 19, 1994
25 1995 Speeches List, 1995
26 Conopus Club, January 13, 1995
28 Hispanic Republican Women, January 14, 1995
29 San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce 66th Annual Installation Banquet, January 18, 1995
30 Texas Federation of Republican Women, January 27, 1995
31 Indo-American Entrepreneurs Association, February 1, 1995
32 San Antonio Sports Hall of Fame Tribute, February 3, 1995
33 San Antonio Council of Presidents, February 16, 1995
34 Introduction for Governor Bush, February 16, 1995
35 UTSA Leadership Class, March 30, 1995
36 Northwest Softball League, Inc., April 1, 1995
37 San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, April 10, 1995
38 College Republicans/Trinity, April 12, 1995
39 Home Economist and Home and Community, April 13, 1995
40 Ryan White Title I Planning Council, April 17, 1995
41 Retired Order of Old timers, re: Crime, April 17, 1995
42 Brooks AFB, remarks, April 19, 1995
43 Military Order of World Wars, April 20, 1995
44 Castle Hills Baptist School Career Day, April 21, 1995
45 USAA Political Action Committee, April 21, 1995
46 US National Senior Sports Classic V, April 22, 1995
47 Business Forum Lunch, May 1, 1995
48 The 100 Club of San Antonio, May 2, 1995
49 First Friday Forum, KLRN Studio, May 5, 1995
50 United Way Volunteer of the Year Dinner, May 8, 1995
51 Mortgage Bankers, May 11, 1995
52 Republican’s Men’s Club of Bexar County, May 18, 1995
53 1995 Senior Sports Classic, May 19, 1995
54 Texas Women’s Alliance, May 25, 1995
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1621 Congratulations and remarks for high school graduates, June 12, 1995
2 San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, June 12, 1995
3 Texas Department of Transportation, re: Smart Highways, June 26, 1995
4 Kelly AFB, S.T.E.P.S. Scholarship Awards, August 4, 1995
5 Bexar County 4-H Awards program, August 7, 1995
6 Invocation, Kay Bailey Hutchison, August 18, 1995
7 United Way Campaign, September 13, 1995
8 United Way Luncheon, September 26, 1995
9 Harley-Davidson/Green Brigade Fundraiser, September 27, 1995
10 Dinner honoring John Peveto, October 23, 1995
11 American Association of retired persons, October 26, 1995
12 Introduction for Beverly Stein for Performance Measurements Conference, November 2, 1995
13 State of the County, San Antonio Manufacturer’s Association, November 7, 1995
14 State of the County Speech, The Elite 25, November 8, 1995
15 Community First press conference, November 8, 1995
16 Trauma Care speech, November 17, 1995
17 Health Care executives, November 17, 1995
18 Friar Society, November 19, 1995
19 State of the County, November 21, 1995
20 Diamond Shamrock Key Contacts, November 30, 1995
21 Leadership S. A. Class, December 6, 1995
22 Wednesday Breakfast Group, December 6, 1995
23 San Antonio Hospital Council, December 15, 1995
24 A Century of Women in the Legislature, December 21, 1995
25 SAR Speech and State of the County Address, 1995-1996
26 Freeman Award for Charles C. Butt, January 12, 1996
27 Interfaith church Service (did not attend), January 14, 1996
28 Region XIV Academic Decathlon (did not attend), January 20, 1996
29 Texas Diabetes Institute groundbreaking, January 29, 1996
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1631Consulting Engineers Council of Texas, February 21, 1996
2AandM Speech for Brad Messer show, February 24, 1996
3 Texas Academic Decathlon Awards Ceremony, February 25, 1996
4 Financial Executives Institute, April 17, 1996
5 MEDCOM Press Conference, April 18, 1996
6 San Pedro creek Marker, May 1, 1996
7 Real Estate Breakfast Club, May 2, 1996
8 North East Independent School District Swearing-In, May 6, 1996
9 San Antonio Women’s Chamber of Commerce Speech, May 6, 1996
10 Legislative Hearing: Sports facilities, May 9, 1996
11 Homeowner-Taxpayer Association/State of the County, May 11, 1996
12 Shady Oaks Ambulance Dedication, May 13, 1996
13 Governor’s Conference on Small Business Opening Ceremony, May 16, 1996
14 Dr. Buckner Fanning, May 16, 1996
15 University of Texas at Austin Commencement remarks, May 18, 1996
16 Visiting Nurse Association and Hospice press conference, May 30, 1996
17 Legal ease, May 30, 1996
18 Youth Leadership Conference, June 6, 1996
19 Kiwani’s Club of San Antonio, June 14, 1996
20 Republican party of Texas State Convention, June 20-22, 1996
21 Employee Excellence Awards Breakfast, June 21, 1996
22 Meadow Village Neighborhood Association, June 27, 1996
23 County and District Clerk’s Association of Texas 101st Annual Conference Welcome remarks, July 1, 1996
24 Northwest bank Name Change Ceremony Remarks and Back-Up, July 8, 1996
25 Remarks to National Association of Counties Media: Friends or Foes Panel, July 15, 1996
26 “Creating excellence in Government” article, July 31, 1996
27 “Chamber Megatrends for the 21st century,” August 5, 1996
28 Sons of the American Revolution, Ft. Sam Houston, August 8, 1996
29 KSTX Radio Panel, August 26, 1996
30 Introduction of Barry Williamson for Dole-Kemp San Antonio Kickoff, August 23, 1996
31 CTK Talking Points, WOAI Radio, September 3, 1996
32 Texas Senate Interim Committee on Initiative Referendum Hearing Statement, September 10, 1996
33 San Antonio express News Editorial Board, September 13, 1996
34 Mission City Business and Professional Women’s La Prensa Voting insert, September 17, 1996
35 Welcome remarks, Texas veterans Commission, September 19, 1996
36 Draft letter for human rights black tie, October 1, 1996
37 Bexar County Anti-Hunger Coalition Press conference, October 16, 1996
38 Introduction of Mrs. Laura Bush, October 16, 1996
39 Texas Agricultural extension Service remarks, October 21, 1996
40 Texas Association for Court Administration welcome letter, October 22-25, 1996
41 Eulogy for Chief C. L. Metzger, October 28, 1996
42 St. Mary’s President’s Peace Commission Speech, October 29, 1996
43 Texas Department of Transportation Speech, October 31, 1996
44 KTSA Clips, November 1996
45 Alamo Kiwani’s Club Speech, November 7, 1996
46 New Speech Idea, November 12, 1996
47 United Way at Work Program, November 14, 1996
48 Senator Sims Resolution, November 14, 1996
49 Take Our Parents to School Week, Kick-Off event, November 18, 1996
50 Introduction to Allan Parker Texas Justice Foundation, November 21, 1996
51 Act II Speech, November 20, 1996
52 Executive Women in Texas Government Luncheon Speech, November 21, 1996
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1641Leadership San Antonio speech, December 4, 1996
2 Texas A&M Club speech, December 9, 1996
3 Draft remarks Aggie Club, December 9, 1996
4 Trauma Consortium Signing remarks, December 17, 1996
5 Draft Boy Scout remarks, December 19, 1996
6 Speech request forms, 1996
7 Remarks, San Antonio Kiwani’s Club, 1996
8 Higher Education: Chancellor Cunningham, 1996
9 Speech/Article Idea, 1996
10 UTSA Leadership Challenge, January-February 1997
11 Texas Association of Counties County Perspective, January 14, 1997
12 Media – Northside Recorder Times, January 30, 1997
13 Frank Tejeda, January 31, 1997
14 Bexar County Republican Party with Commissioner Novak, February 3, 1997
15 UTSA – Commissioner Tejeda’s Class, February 4, 1997
16 Rotary Club, February 5, 1997
17 San Antonio Young Lawyers, February 19, 1997
18 Wayland Baptist University Talk, March 3, 1997
19 Salvation Army Welcome, March 7, 1997
20 Conopus, March 14, 1997
21 Remarks, House County Affairs, re: HB 2686, April 2, 1997
22 ATandT Pioneers, May 2, 1997
23 Texas Association of Business and Chambers of Commerce, May 7, 1997
24 Foster Parent Dinner Speech, May 9, 1997
25 Republican Men’s Club, May 15, 1997
26 American Legion Bluebonnet Girls State, June 18, 1997
27 Tim Duncan, June 26, 1997
28 The Common Enterprise, panel discussion, June 28, 1997
29 Speaking points for United Way Non-Profit Focus Groups meeting, July 16, 1997
30 Plaza Club Pro Women’s Speech, July 16, 1997
31 Tejeda Juvenile Justice Center dedication and Open House, August 13, 1997
32 Governor’s Volunteer Leadership Conference, September 22, 1997
33 The Texas Challenge with George Bush and general Colin Powell, September 23, 1997
34 Enterprising Women’s Conference, re: Political Awareness, September 24, 1997
35 Community in School Kick-Off Luncheon, September 25, 1997
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1651City Year San Antonio Opening Day Script, October 13, 1997
2 Texas Department of Transportation, October 15, 1997
3 United Way Non-Profit Agency Campaign, October 23, 1997
4 American Association of Retired Persons ,meeting, October 24, 1997
5 UT Health Science Center speech, re: United Way, October 24, 1997
6 Senator Phil Gramm, EPA Standards, October 26, 1997
7 Texas Department of Transportation backup for 10/30 briefing, October 30, 1997
8 KTSA backup re: November 4 election, November 4, 1997
9 San Antonio Manufacturer’s Association speech, re: count government effect on business, November 4, 1997
10 Farewell remarks, David Garcia Recognition Ceremony, San Antonio Bar Association, November 19, 1997
11 Description of audience members at City Public Service luncheon, November 25, 1997
12 Remarks for Angel Tree dedication, December 1, 1997
13 Leadership San Antonio, December 3, 1997
14 Remarks honoring the Alamo Area Council of Governments, December 3, 1997
15 Dennis Lindquist farewell ceremony, December 4, 1997
16 San Antonio Board of realtors, Government Affairs Group, December 10, 1997
17 Talking points, re: Indigent Health Care, December 11, 1997
18 Remarks to Texas House of Representatives Public Health and County Affairs Committee, December 11, 1997
19 San Antonio River Authority, Tunnel Completion Ceremony, December 12, 1997
20 Leadership San Antonio speech, 1997
21 City/County Consolidation, 1997
22 Dispute Resolution Act, 1997-1998
23 Personnel OFC Excellence Awards, Breakfast, January 1, 1998
24 Building Blocks for Little Scholars, January 8, 1998
25 Employee Excellence Award Breakfast, new agenda, January 9, 1998
26 City/County Consolidation meeting, January 1, 1998
27 Young Republicans of Bexar County, January 20, 1998
28 Government and Welfare Reform Symposium, February 4, 1998
29 Ribbon Cutting for Patriot Heights Retirement Home, February 5, 1998
30 Continental Airline Inaugural Flight from San Antonio to Mexico City, February 12, 1998
31 Spurs Marriage Ceremony, Quinn Hudson and Teresa Patterson, February 14, 1998
32 Junior League of San Antonio, February 17, 1998
33 2nd Annual Safety Development Luncheon, February 26, 1998
34 2nd Annual Safety Development Luncheon, February 26, 1998
35 Associated Builders and Contractors, February 26, 1998
36 Texas Department of Transportation, Traffic Tag Press Conference, March 4, 1998
37 Delta Kappa Gamma, Experience of Mentoring, March 9, 1998
38 Dedication ceremony for SBC YMCA, March 18, 1998
39 Professional Engineers in Private Practice breakfast, March 25, 1998
40 Welcome remarks, Senate Interim Jurisprudence, Committee, March 26, 1998
41 Castle Hills First Baptist School, career day, April 3, 1998
42 Introduction of Mrs. Bush, April 13, 1998
43 Breakfast for Downtown Ministries Alliance, April 15, 1998
44 USAA PAC, April 15, 1998
45 Remarks for news conference, National county Week, April 21, 1998
46 Bexar County Water District, groundbreaking ceremony for water facilities, April 22, 1998
47 Senate Committee on Transportation, April 23, 1998
48 Skidmore-Tyman Athletic Banquet, April 26, 1998
49 Remarks for Jefferson State Bank Opening Ceremony, May 6, 1998
50 American Association of Retired Persons, opening of Information Center, May 15, 1998
51 Greater San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, Small Business Area Councils, May 26, 1998
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1661San Antonio Urban Systemic Initiative Working Together, June 8, 1998
2 San Antonio Society of Association of Executives, June 17, 1998
3 Downtown San Antonio Pachyderm Club, June 19, 1998
4 Greater San Antonio Chamber of Commerce breakfast mentoring, June 19, 1998
5 Texas Engineering Extension, June 24, 1998
6 I-35 Superhighway Summit, June 29, 1998
7 Gramm highway Bill/NAFTA, June 29, 1998
8 Congress on Children, July 1, 1998
9 Saint George Episcopal Church, July 5, 1998
10 County Agriculture Agents’ Spouses Luncheon, Marriott Rivercenter, July 28, 1998
11 San Antonio Fighting Back, United Way, July 31, 1998
12 Jessica Landry Wellisch City Heroes Legend Team, August 1, 1998
13 Remarks, KLRN press conference, August 28, 1998
14 Remarks, Association of General Contractors at Walker Ranch, September 13, 1998
15 Bexar County Guardianship Services, September 17, 1998
16 Stephen F. Austin Tree Planting Ceremony, October 3, 1998
17 Women’s Political Caucus of Bexar County, October 20, 1998
18 Remarks, Freeport Centre groundbreaking, October 28, 1998
19 Greater San Antonio Community of Churches, October 29, 1998
20 TOPS Week pep rally agenda, November 16, 1998
21 Texas Turnpike Authority, November 18, 1998
22 United Way EMCEE Breakfast, November 18, 1998
23 CHIP Breakfast Forum speech, November 30, 1998
24 Remarks, Swearing-in of Edward’s Aquifer Board, December 3, 1998
25 Texas Strategic Military Commission, December 9, 1998
26 Speech, miscellaneous articles, 1995-1998
27 Swearing-in Ceremony for Reagan E. Greer, January 1, 1999
28 Judge Patrick J. Boone Swearing-in, January 8, 1999
29 Community of Churches, January 28, 1999
30 Texas Department of Transportation Commission speech, January 29, 1999
31 Texas Academic Decathlon, NEISD, region sample awards script, January 30, 1999
32 Brookside Parade of Homes speech, February 12, 1999
33 Swearing-in, Sally Buchanan as Director of SARA speech, February 17, 1999
34 Towers at Parklane, January 12, 1999
35 Rotary speech, State of the County, January 19, 1999
36 Remarks, Trinity Baptist, February 21, 1999
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1671Daughters of the Republic of Texas, March 6, 1999
2 United Way of San Antonio 3rd Annual Community Resource Conference, March 12, 1999
3 San Antonio River Oversight remarks, March 15, 1999
4 Remarks, Senator Sibley reception, March 19, 1999
5 San Antonio Poetry Fair remarks, March 20, 1999
6 Lockheed Martin welcoming remarks, April 29, 1999
7 Remarks, Texas Diabetes Institute, May 8, 1999
8 Intergenerational Tutors remarks, May 11, 1999
9 La Cantera opening remarks, May 11, 1999
10 NEISD GED Graduation, May 20, 1999
11 Ridgeview Elementary Graduation remarks, May 21, 1999
12 SBC United Way kick-off, August 4, 1999
13 JCC Campus speech, August 12, 1999
14 Texas Hearing and Service Dogs, Kronkosky Foundation, August 23, 1999
15 Mediation welcoming remarks, August 25, 1999
16 San Antonio Transportation Association, September 1, 1999
17 First Wednesday Breakfast Club, September 1, 1999
18 First Wednesday, September 1, 1999
19 H. B. Zachary United Way Speech, September 8, 1999
20 S.A.L.E. Horse Show Committee remarks, September 9, 1999
21 Representative Solis Community Meeting, September 19, 1999
22 Marty Wender Civic Leaders, September 22, 1999
23 Associated General Contractors, January 24, 1999
24 State of the County, Rotary club of San Antonio, January 2000
25 Neka Scarborough Vision paragraph, June 1999
26 Fred Pfeiffer SARA Remarks, June 16, 1999
27 National Association of Women Business Owners, June 18, 1999
28 Parkerwood, quote, June 22, 1999
29 CHIP Celebration, June 22, 1999
30 Express News United Way Leadership, July 1, 1999
31 USAA United Way kick-off, July 14, 1999
32 Remarks, Republican Mens Club, July 15, 1999
33 United Way, SBC executives, July 20, 1999
34 Jewish Community Center, United Way, September 22, 1999
35 Marty Wender Breakfast Group, speech and charts, September 22, 1999
36 Towne and Country Optimist remarks, September 23, 1999
37 United Way, Combined federal Campaign Kick-off Luncheon, October 5, 1999
38 Coliseum, CTK press conference, October 9, 1999
39 Introduction for Lt. Governor Rick Perry, Small Business Summit, October 19, 1999
40 Texas Business Network remarks, October 28, 1999
41 Coliseum, Chamber speech, October 29, 1999
42 Remarks for Family Alliance Council, October 15, 1999
43 Remarks, Jewish federation Community Relations Council, October 21, 1999
44 HEB Grand Opening remarks, December 10, 1999
45 Lt. Governor’s Special Commission on 21st Century Colleges and Universities, December 15, 1999
46 Letter of Welcome, Texas Postal Workers Union Convention, 1999
47 Arena, speech, 1999
48 1999 Speech Files, Express News Millennium Column, 1999
49 Introduction of Senator Hutchison, January 4, 2000
50 Northside Council of PTA, January 6, 2000
51 Draft Speech for ACG meeting, January 24, 2000
52 Northside Bacon Program speech, January 26, 2000
53 Alamo Kiwanis Club, February 24, 2000
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1681Quincy Lee Breakfast Club speech, April 5, 2000
2 Palo Alto back-up for speech, April 11, 2000
3 Steering Committee meeting, the Chamber’s Governmental Affairs, April 12, 2000
4 Speaking points for press conference, May 18, 2000
5 Draft: Senator Phil Gramm, Ft. Sam Houston, May 31, 2000
6 Draft: Tipro welcome speech, June 5, 2000
7 Institute of Real Estate Management, June 8, 2000
8 Draft, Bexar County Kiwani’s Club, June 13, 2000
9 Alamo Area Council of Government, 200 Regional Awards, June 14, 2000
10 HEB Remote Sensing media event, June 21, 2000
11 Heat Relief Project, July 6, 2000
12 Governor’s Club speech, San Antonio Country Club, July 20, 2000
13 Oak Hills Rotary Club, July 28, 2000
14 Executive Service Corps, August 1, 2000
15 United Way Speech to USAA human resources department, August 14, 2000
16 Team Title IX speech, Radisson Hotel, September 7, 2000
17 San Antonio Methodist Ministries, September 25, 2000
18 San Antonio 100 speech, Women’s Final Four, October 4, 2000
19 Project Jessica 2000, April 20, 2000
20 Speaking points for SARA “Ground Slashing ceremony,” January 30, 2001
21 Information on Agriculture Program 21 Priority Goals, January 2001
22 Republicans of Texas, Texas Independence Day Celebration, March 2, 2001
23 American Payroll Association, March 6, 2001
24 Draft remarks, Camp Press Conference Announcing Annual Campaign, March 19, 2001
25 Chase Chamber Services Speech, April 11, 2001
26 Liability Insurance, undated
27 Graduation speech, undated
28 Alamo City Republican Women’s Club, undated
29 St. Mary’s University Crime Symposium, undated
30 Remarks, Women’s Bar Association, undated
31 Incarnate Word College Alcohol Awareness, undated
32 Miscellaneous speeches, undated
33Testimony before the House Ways and Means Committee

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