Land commissioner candidate Jay Kleberg weighs in on Alamo redevelopment

Facing a runoff for the Democratic nomination for Texas Land Commissioner, Jay Kleberg, waded into the politically charged waters of the Alamo redevelopment plan, saying he wants to make the site a tribute to all the Texans who’ve made history there, including indigenous groups and civil rights activists. 

Kleberg is in a May 24 runoff against San Antonio clinical therapist Sandragrace Martinez, who finished first among four Democrats in the March 1 primary. 

The winner will face one of two Republicans also vying for the role that oversees state land and disaster recovery funds and has administrative authority over the Alamo. The office is currently held by Republican George P. Bush, who is running for attorney general in the GOP primary runoff against incumbent Ken Paxton. 

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