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Upcoming Events

31
Tuesday
March
at Acadiana Cafe
San Antonio, TX

7:00 PM

POSTPONED: Platica and Politics San Antonio


Renee Yanta and John Austin

Please note that due to CDC recommendations for the ongoing Corona Virus emergency, we have postponed this month's meeting.

Join us for March's Plática and Politics in San Antonio!

Our speakers are Renée Yanta and John Austin

We'll network from 7pm to 8pm, then hear from our featured speakers.

Renée Yanta is former District Court Judge and a candidate for Chief Justice of the Fourth Court of Appeals.

John Austin is a candidate in the run-off election for Bexar County Republican Party Chair.

30
Saturday
May

12:00 PM

POSTPONED: Tough Tejano Bus Tour: Uvalde


Tough Tejano Bus Tour SpeakersFollowing CDC guidelines, Governor Abbott’s directives and out of an abundance of caution, Texas Latino Conservatives is postponing the Tough Tejano Bus Tour scheduled for May 30th and 31st.  We will be in communication with you just as soon as we get through this crisis.  Until then, we hope you and your family are staying healthy and following the procedures outlined by the CDC.

The Tough Tejano Bus Tour is coming to you!

Join us at our stop in Uvalde for a family-friendly rally with music, food and engaging speakers!

Our speakers include many young Latino leaders, as well as others who have served us for many years:

  • Freddie Arellano- Maverick County Republican Party Chair
  • Erick Aguilar- Clute City Councilmember
  • Jacob Balderas- Rosenberg City Councilmember
  • Skyler Blalock- Zavalla County Republican Party Chair
  • Greg Brockhouse- former San Antonio City Councilmember
  • Joel Castro – Alvin City Councilmember
  • Martha Fierro- Candidate Texas House District 145
  • Judge Linda Garcia- Candidate for Judge, Harris County Criminal Court at Law No. 12
  • Adrian Hernandez- Pearland City Councilmember
  • Edgar Pacheco- Pearland ISD Candidate
  • Jacorion Randle- Candidate for Texas House District 22
  • Aramando Ruiz- Candidate for Port Arthur City Council
  • Tony Salas- Candidate Texas House District 144
  • Orlando Sanchez - Former Houston City Councilmember, Former Harris County Treasurer

Texas Latino Conservatives are devoted to educating Latinos about conservative solutions to educational and child healthcare issues affecting their communities. We offer training to develop viable Latino candidates for public office, all the while reminding Latino communities about the contributions of conservative Tejanos to the history and culture of Texas - a history that goes back to the Texas Revolution and the founding of the Republic of Texas.

 

30
Saturday
May
at TBD
Eagle Pass, TX

3:00 PM

POSTPONED: Tough Tejano Bus Tour: Eagle Pass


Tough Tejano Bus Tour SpeakersFollowing CDC guidelines, Governor Abbott’s directives and out of an abundance of caution, Texas Latino Conservatives is postponing the Tough Tejano Bus Tour scheduled for May 30th and 31st.  We will be in communication with you just as soon as we get through this crisis.  Until then, we hope you and your family are staying healthy and following the procedures outlined by the CDC.

The Tough Tejano Bus Tour is coming to you!

Join us at our stop in Eagle Pass for a family-friendly rally with music, food and engaging speakers!

Our speakers include many young Latino leaders, as well as others who have served us for many years:

  • Freddie Arellano- Maverick County Republican Party Chair
  • Erick Aguilar- Clute City Councilmember
  • Jacob Balderas- Rosenberg City Councilmember
  • Skyler Blalock- Zavalla County Republican Party Chair
  • Greg Brockhouse- former San Antonio City Councilmember
  • Joel Castro – Alvin City Councilmember
  • Martha Fierro- Candidate Texas House District 145
  • Judge Linda Garcia- Candidate for Judge, Harris County Criminal Court at Law No. 12
  • Adrian Hernandez- Pearland City Councilmember
  • Edgar Pacheco- Pearland ISD Candidate
  • Jacorion Randle- Candidate for Texas House District 22
  • Aramando Ruiz- Candidate for Port Arthur City Council
  • Tony Salas- Candidate Texas House District 144
  • Orlando Sanchez - Former Houston City Councilmember, Former Harris County Treasurer

Texas Latino Conservatives are devoted to educating Latinos about conservative solutions to educational and child healthcare issues affecting their communities. We offer training to develop viable Latino candidates for public office, all the while reminding Latino communities about the contributions of conservative Tejanos to the history and culture of Texas - a history that goes back to the Texas Revolution and the founding of the Republic of Texas.

 

Latest News from TLC

Texas Latino Conservatives Respond to Covid-19

Texas Latino Conservatives PAC is continuing to reach out to conservative Latinos during this time to ensure they have the necessary information to stay safe and protect their jobs and businesses. To that end, we have changed our website with a host of governmental and private sector resources for our visitors to access.

La Organización de Texas de Conservadores Latinos, responde a la crisis de COVID-19

Texas Latino Conservatives PAC, continuará llevando su mensaje a los latinos conservadores durante este tiempo de crisis, para asegurar que tengan la información necesaria para mantenerse seguros y proteger sus trabajos y empresas.

Visite nuestra página web donde encontrara un enlace especial para COVID19.

Texas Latino Conservatives PAC Solution for Non-Voting Legal Status on Right Track, PEW Study Shows

February, 2020
by V. Lance Tarrence, Jr.:

A new study by the PEW Research Center in Washington D.C. of Hispanics in the US  showed that the Texas Latino Conservative PAC solution for non-voting legal status is on the right track.

Legal status is now the top immigration policy goal for Hispanics  in the U.S. and 76% of Latinos say improving security of our country's borders is 'very or somewhat important'.  This study also showed that 59% of Latinos identify with or lean toward the Democratic Party, while 30% affiliate with or lean toward the Republican Party. 

Hispanic Republicans want to improve border security by 86%.

This study is the largest recent study of its kind of U.S. Hispanics (December 3-23, 2019) concerning legal status and, for the first time, segments Republican (i.e., conservative ) and Democratic Hispanics.

READ THE STUDY