Alia Garcia-Ureste for US Congressional District 16 – Representing
Anthony, Vinton, El Paso, Canutillo, and Horizon City
P.O. Box 13708
El Paso, TX 79913
Five Platform Priorities:
1. National Security
2. Veterans Affairs
3. Tax Reform
4. Creating and Sustaining New Jobs
Ida Gardner for Justice of the Peace Precinct 7
P.O. Box 1804
Canutillo, TX 79835
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Andrew R. Haggerty for County Commissioner Precinct 4
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Will Hurd for Congress District 23 – Representing
Socorro, San Elizario, Fabens, Clint, Tornillo, and Horizon.
Have you heard? 5 facts about Will Hurd
Fact 1. The 23rd Congressional District of Texas has 29 counties in two different time zones. It is larger than 23 U.S. states and Will has been in every county multiple times, racking up over 55,000 miles on his Jeep.
Fact 2. Will has authored four bills that were signed into law in the 114th Congress. The last time a bill was passed into law from the Representative from the 23rd District of Texas was in 2007.
Fact 3. The 23rd Congressional District of Texas has 29 counties in two different time zones. It is larger than 23 U.S. states and Will has been in every county multiple times, racking up over 55,000 miles on his Jeep.
Fact 4. Will is a proud member of the Fightin Texas Aggie Class of ’99 and served as Student Body President his senior year at Texas A&M University.
Fact 5. Will is an avid basketball player. He attended John Marshall High School in San Antonio where he played basketball all four years. On weekends you can still find him shooting hoops in his old neighborhood in Leon Valley.
Connect with Congressman Hurd by liking his Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/HurdOnTheHill
Other contact information for voters: (915) 999-2873
Visit his website at: https://sites.google.com/site/kingmerritt4constable7/about-me