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Today is a great day! For many years now I have had the pleasure of knowing Tina Torres very well. So well in fact I refer to her as my sister, even though technically we are not, but in my heart she is my family! I am pleased to say Tina has been appointed as judge of County […]

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This week the NRA/IRA sent me an e-mail about a bill that would be voted on in the State Senate. Since the bill mattered to me and dealt with rights I have and want to keep, I decided to write my State Senator. And guess what?! He wrote me back and said he voted for the […]

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I love learning. Especially when it’s about something I know I can benefit from. This was certainly the case with Senator Uresti’s speech at our PRSSA meeting. I don’t claim to know everything about politics, nor do I think I know everything about PR in politics. But Senator Uresti’s speech had me thinking about other […]

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As Director of Public Relations for PRSSA at UTSA, it is my duty to promote our chapter and spread awareness. One of my goals this semester was to use my personal contacts to the best of my advantage for our student organization and I’m pleased to say I have done so. Having Cassandra Lazenby and […]

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As many of you know my sister is running for State Representative of District 117. Unfortunately every campaign season someone will always tear up signs, even though it is a crime, thinking that this will make a difference in the election. This campaign season over 50 of Tina’s signs have been destroyed. Working on her campaign, […]

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For those of you who know me personally, or have followed my website since the beginning of my Miss Latina World reign, you know politics is something close to my heart. I am a firm believer in “actions speak louder than words” and want to make a difference in the world by one day running […]

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Last night I spent the evening throughout San Antonio, at the various primary election events in the city. I witnessed many things last night first hand. 1.) Choco Meza said it best when she said, “There are no losers tonight. What we do next is what makes us winners.” She is an amazing woman and […]

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Last week on October 7, 2009, I attended Bexar County District Clerk Margaret Montemayor’s Campaign Kick-Off party at Club Giraud. It was a wonderful event and I’m thankful that my Father was able to attend with me as well. (Picture above is of my Father, Judge Monica Guerrero and myself) Judge Walker was in attendance and […]

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For any of you who frequent my site, you know by now that politics is a passion of mine. My Father is an attorney and ran for District Attorney as well as Judicial District Court Judge in the 399th, when I was a child. Having that history, as well as working at his law firm […]

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