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LIZ CAMPOS  |  House District 119

DEMOCRAT  |  Predecessor: Roland Gutierrez

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Elizabeth ‘Liz’ Campos is a small business owner, community advocate, and third-generation plumber. While developing her career in the legal field, Liz spent 24 years working as a legal administrator helping to assist families fight for their rights. She went on to serve as the Chief of Staff for Texas Senate District 19 and the District Director, Constituent, and Constituent Services Coordinator for Texas House District 118. 

In her free time, Liz helps people in her community apply for housing assistance, unemployment insurance, and small business loans. During the pandemic, she distributed over 3,500 masks and more than 10,000 boxes of food to people in need. Currently, she resides in her hometown of San Antonio with her three German shepherds. 

TOP DONORS:
  1. Charter Schools Now PAC- $84,434.36
  2. Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC- $66,525.00
  3. Legacy 44- $12,500.00
TOP EXPENDITURES:
  1. PC Creative Services Inc- $23,551.38
  2. Prestige Printing LLC- $15,868.39
  3. Path to Victory LLC- $13,020.00

Data sourced from Transparency Texas

District Map: HD 119
ELECTION RESULTS

Won with 61.7% against George B. Garza with 34.7%

ALMA MATER
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Business Owner

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