Despite Speculation, Castro Not Eying New Role

San Antonio Mayor Julián Castro said Tuesday morning that despite growing speculation about his political future after being named the Democratic National Convention’s keynote speaker, he is content leading San Antonio.

“I am doing exactly what I want to do, and I am excited about the progress that we have made here,” Castro told The Texas Tribune. “When I thought about getting into public service, this was the role that I looked forward to, and it’s exciting to actually see progress in San Antonio. So I can’t see anything out there that would change my mind ...

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