For over 22 years, San Antonio has been my home, a place where my wife, Happy, and our nine children have built a wonderful life in District 9. We’ve dug deep roots in the Alamo city and we can’t imagine living anywhere else.
I grew up the son of a Texas State Representative and a devoted homemaker just down the road in Goliad. They taught me the meaning of public service and the importance of keeping my word. My work expanded as I went out on my own. I became a family man, a businessman and community advocate in just a few short years. Over time, I have been blessed to serve many worthwhile organizations in a variety of roles.
This is my second attempt at a seat on city council. In 2017, in a candidate pool of ten, I placed a close third in the general election through the grace of God and through the hard work of my campaign volunteers and the support of voters of District 9. Since then, I have remained active in the community and have been encouraged by good people from all over our city who remain deeply concerned about the direction of our city government. As a result, I ask for your support as I seek this office once more.
Local government impacts our lives everyday and, while there is much to celebrate about our city, I believe there is much more that can be done. From core services and small business advocacy to public safety and education, I have immersed myself in many of the same issues that I hope to fight for as a councilman.
In every instance, my objective has been to serve with honesty and integrity, and to affect outcomes that benefit the entire community.
“An Aggie does not lie, cheat or steal, or tolerate those who do.”