HAA Update - Annexation Voting

Howdy Neighbors!

November 6 is fast approaching and the fate of the Camp Bullis Annexation is only 54 days away.  Let's all roll up our sleeves and get to work!

What can we do?

Are you having an HOA meeting?  a book club meeting?  a cookout or crawfish boil?  Let us know and someone from Homeowners Against Annexation (HAA) will be happy to talk about the perils of annexation.  We can bring t-shirts, flyers and yard signs!  Email us at:

With donations received, we have been able to order yard signs, banners, postcards and reserve one billboard on I10 near Old Fredericksburg Rd that will be setup in October.  If one billboard is a good idea, then two would be better!  If anyone or any group is able to rent another billboard in a different area, please contact us for the design and other details. Also, please contact HAA if you are able to attach a 4x8 banner to a fence or building in an area with high visibility.  Email us:

Please keep in mind that this won't be the last time City of San Antonio (COSA) will try to annex us. This will be a fight that will continue into the future. COSA has $250,000, per election, to try to annex us. We have the help of generous donors like you to fight them. Please donate:

 ****** Vote NO Annexation; Vote Option 2 on November 6th!  ******

Michael “Mike” P. Stewart
President, Homeowners Against Annexation

Support from our Legislators

Both our Texas State Senator Donna Campbell and our Texas State Representative Lyle Larson have been actively working to support us in our fight against annexation.  Brief updates from their offices are below:

Senator Donna Campbell

Senator Campbell sent a request to Attorney General Ken Paxton for a legal opinion regarding the City of San Antonio's upcoming ballot initiative on annexation, specifically asking whether or not the imposition of fees and fines and/or the proposed ballot language are in accordance with guidelines set by the Texas Supreme Court.  The official press release and letter to the Attorney General are shown below.

Representative Lyle Larson

Representative Lyle Larson held several discussions and meetings with officials from the City of San Antonio to address issues with the City's ballot language.  He and his office continue to monitor the process very closely and have put together some informative slides showing the targeted area of annexation as well as the list of land use controls possible under the military buffer regulation.