Latino Victory Fund Announces 2021 Texas Candidate Endorsement Slate

Washington, D.C. – Today, Latino Victory Fund announced candidate endorsements in the upcoming municipal elections in San Antonio, Dallas, and Fort Worth and the special election for the 6th Congressional District. The organization endorsed Jana Lynne Sanchez, candidate 6th Congressional District; Adam Bazaldua, candidate for Dallas City Council District 7; Ana Sandoval, candidate for San Antonio City Council District 7; Robert Treviño, candidate for San Antonio City Council District 1; and Tara Wilson, candidate for Fort Worth City Council, District 4. 

If elected, Sanchez would be the first Latina and first woman to represent Texas’ 6th Congressional District, and Wilson would be the first Latina elected to represent the Fort Worth City Council 4th District. The elections will take place on Saturday, May 1, 2021. 

Statement from Latino Victory Fund President & CEO Nathalie Rayes on Jana Lynne Sanchez

“Jana Lynne Sanchez is an experienced businesswoman who will bring a meaningful perspective to the table by uplifting diverse voices in her district and helping Texans get back on their feet and thrive. She’s a job creator who understands the importance of having a robust economy that works for everyone, and she’ll help steer Texas through the Covid-19 pandemic. We’re proud to support Jana Lynne in this historic race because we need to increase Latino representation at the federal level and have more dedicated leaders like her in Congress.” 

Statement from Latino Victory Fund President & CEO Nathalie Rayes on the City Council Candidates 

“City council members are community leaders who make decisions that impact the lives of their constituents every day.  Texas families are grappling with the Covid-19 pandemic recovery, which is why we need leaders in city councils who are committed to working for the people, not politics. Candidates like Adam Bazaldua, Ana Sandoval, Robert Treviño, and Tara Wilson are leaders who want a better future for their cities and who are centering their priorities on issues that matter to Latinos, including the economy, environment, and housing. They have the vision to create not only stronger cities but a stronger Texas. We are deeply proud to support these top-notch candidates and look forward to seeing them change Texas for the better.” 

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The Latino Victory Fund is a progressive political action committee with the mission of growing Latino political power by increasing Latino representation at every level of government – from the school board to the Senate to the White House.

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