Hispanic Republicans of Texas celebrates huge wins in Republican primary run-off
For Immediate Release Contact: Nelda Carrizales
Wednesday, August 01, 2012 210-416-0418
AUSTIN, TX – The Hispanic Republicans of Texas today congratulates Ted Cruz, J.M. Lozano, Jason Villalba, Michelle Slaughter and Susan McCoy for their run-off victories.
“Yesterday’s elections were a tremendous victory for the Hispanic Republicans of Texas organization. From the U.S. Senate to the Texas House to our District Courts, HRT supported candidates showed Texas voters they were the most qualified to lead,” said HRT Board member and Co-Founder George P. Bush.
HRT supported candidates who won their Republican primary run-off were:
- Ted Cruz for United State Senate
- State Representative J.M. Lozano for Texas House District 43
- Jason Villalba for Texas House District 114
- Susan Heygood McCoy for 153rd Judicial District
- Michelle Slaughter for 405th Judicial District
HRT Board member Mano DeAyala said, “These candidates won in the Republican primary run-off because we have once again shown that Latino values and Republican values are aligned.”
“What a huge win for Hispanic Republicans of Texas and we have just begun,” added HRT Board Member Dan Martinez.
About The Hispanic Republicans of Texas
Hispanic Republicans of Texas, co-founded by George P. Bush, George Antuna Jr. and Juan Hernandez, was established to recruit, elect, support and defend Republican officeholders and candidates for state and local elected offices who share common values of faith, family, lower taxes, less regulations and less government spending in order to promote individual prosperity and economic growth in Texas. Membership in the Hispanic Republicans of Texas PAC is open to all Texans who are interested in empowering the Hispanic community to leadership in government.