The Wilson County News presents this candidates’ forum, to help area voters with their decisions in the Nov. 4 elections.
Candidates in contested races only were invited to prepare their own, individualized 200-word message to voters. These are... More ›
If approved by voters, Proposition 1 on the Nov. 4 ballot would add new funding for transportation, with funds coming from oil and gas production taxes. These taxes now go to the Rainy Day Fund (officially the Economic Stabilization Fund). The proposed... More ›
My family and I have been blessed to live in Wilson County for over 20 years. My wife and I have been married for 32 years and have eight children and two grandchildren.
Professionally,... More ›
As a public trustee, I have stood strong facing the immense challenges and opportunities that have arose during this first term. The Eagle Ford shale impact and the fast growth of this county... More ›
I am a candidate for Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2. I believe I am qualified for this office because of my knowledge of the law and my many years of experience working with felony and misdemeanor... More ›
As the current JP Judge, I am grateful for the opportunity to humbly serve you. It’s a joy and privilege to work as your elected official, fulfilling the duties of office. The past three years... More ›
In the upcoming elections, you will be faced with a decision as to who will lead our city of Floresville into the future. I’m Tomas Robles, “The Shaker,” and I’m asking for your vote in the... More ›
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The 218th Judicial District covers Wilson, Atascosa, Frio, Karnes, and LaSalle counties. In my 24 years as assistant district attorney, I have practiced in all five counties, continually laboring... More ›
I was born in San Antonio, graduated from Stockdale High School, Texas Lutheran University in Seguin, and Texas Tech School of Law. I am licensed in the United States Western District of Texas... More ›
My parents were children of the “Great Depression”; they taught me to fix things. The United States Army taught me discipline, and Lionel Sosa taught me to be a commercial artist.
I had... More ›
I, Daniel M. Tejada, along with my family, humbly and respectfully ask for your vote for City Council Place 1.
I have served you since 1988, when I was first elected to the City Council.... More ›
I’ve lived in Floresville most of my 56 years. I’ve been married for 33 years; I have four children and raised four more, all graduates of Floresville High School.
I devoutly put myself... More ›