Nelson Wolff

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Nelson W. Wolff (born 1940) is a San Antonio, Texas political figure. He represented Bexar County as a Democrat in the Texas House of Representatives from 1971 to 1973, and the Texas Senate from 1973 to 1975. He served on the San Antonio City Council as the representative of Council District 8 and then as mayor of San Antonio, Texas from 1991 to 1995 and currently serves as Bexar County Judge. He has authored three books, "Challenge of Change" about his experience in the Texas Legislature and the Constitutional Convention he participated in and was largely responsible for, "Baseball for Real Men" with reflections on life and his love of the game, and "Mayor" about San Antonio politics and his time as Mayor. Wolff is in the process of writing another book about San Antonio politics and business. He is married to Tracy Wolff and has four children (Kevin, Lyn Marie, Scott, and Matthew) and two stepchildren. His oldest son, Kevin Wolff, is currently a member of the San Antonio City Council and represents Council District 9. Nelson Wolff is only the second politician to serve as both the Mayor of San Antonio and County Judge of Bexar County. Wolff is interested in baseball, poker, cigars, and is a lifelong reader with an extensive collection of books. With his late father and two brothers, he participated in and owned multiple businesses, most notably Sun Harvest Farms grocery stores. He currently co-owns Green Fields...
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