Rick Galindo - Republican (Incumbent)
State Representative Rick Galindo is a trusted and respected legislator who works hard for the people of our community. As our State Representative, Rick has a strong record of fighting for our families, our children, our veterans and our seniors.
Rick ran promising to fight for lower taxes, to create good new jobs, to improve our public schools, and to stand up for Texas veterans and seniors. He delivered on those promises and continues to work day and night to improve our quality of life and ensure the very best representation for our community and our values.
Rick is a son of the Southside - a hometown success story. From the very beginning, his parents - Oscar, a civilian employee at Kelly AFB, and Sylvia, who worked at USAA - instilled in him the values of education, hard work and giving back to the community. These values guide Rick to this day.
Knowing the importance of a good education, Rick's parents worked hard and sacrificed to send him to Central Catholic High School. After graduating, Rick attended St. Mary's University here in San Antonio, earning a degree in Finance and Risk Management.
In addition to serving as our State Representative, Rick works as a Risk Manager for Spectrum Association Management, serving numerous homeowners and HOAs locally and across Texas. His wife is a public school teacher in the Northside Independent School District.
Always looking to give back to his community, Rick has served for over 7 years as an officer and director of the Risk and Insurance Management Society, a global non-profit. He continues to volunteer countless hours for the Salvation Army, Angel Tree and the San Antonio Food Bank.
Rick's record as State Representatives speaks for itself. He fights tirelessly for the people of our community and provides the very best constituent service.
Rick and Valerie, his wife of over 5 years, live in western Bexar County. They are raising their 2 young daughters with the same values of education, hard work and community service Rick's parents instilled in him.