The Chronicle has updated their article on the District I candidates to include one more: Robert Gallegos. Gallegos is the President of a local civil club, but other than that he has not made much news. He was mentioned in an article from Kuff back in 2009 about his opposition to a Metrorail overpass, but has not made much of a mark sense. The article mentions that he works for the Sheriff’s Department.
I do not have any idea what Mr Gallegos’s political persuasion is, but I would still guess Garces has the advantage with the incumbent Councilmember’s endorsement.