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ROLAND GUTIERREZ  |  Senate District 19

DEMOCRAT  |  Predecessor:  Pete Flores

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Roland Gutierrez is the Founder and President of the Gutierrez Law Firm, specializing in immigration law. In 2005, Roland was elected to the San Antonio City Council, serving until 2008. During his tenure on the San Antonio City Council, he was a driving force behind the effort to establish Texas A&M University at San Antonio, the city’s second top-tier public university. He also helped secure federal resources to fund the San Antonio River project. He earned his B.A. in Political Science from the University of Texas at San Antonio and a J.D. degree from St. Mary’s University School of Law. In 2008, Roland was elected to Texas House District 119. He was born and raised in San Antonio. 

TOP DONORS:
  1. Texans for Insurance Reform- $125,000.00
  2. Texas Trial Lawyers Association PAC- $60,000.00
  3. Border Health PAC- $50,000.00
TOP EXPENDITURES:
  1. Alamo Mailing Company- $79,844.46
  2. Chris Cantu- $60,950.00
  3. Facebook- $56,788.68

Data sourced from Transparency Texas

District Map: SD 19
ELECTION RESULTS

Won with 49.9% against Pete Flores with 46.5%

ALMA MATER

University of Texas at San Antonio (B.A.)
St. Mary’s University School of Law (J.D.)

OCCUPATION

Attorney

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