• John Lujan for House District 118


    As a State Representative candidate for Texas District 118, John Lujan wants to create jobs and opportunities for the community.

    John is a successful business owner who helped grow a small IT firm into a thriving business employing over 500 people in San Antonio. John’s ties to the district run deep. He was born in San Antonio where his mother was a local public-school principal, and his father was a Southside minister. John learned from his parents at a young age the importance of serving others.

    John served our community as a Deputy in the Bexar County Sheriff’s office before accepting a position for 25 years with the San Antonio Fire Department. While serving as a firefighter, John worked closely with elected officials at all levels to advocate for additional resources and training for first responders improving safety for San Antonio.

    John has legislative experience having previously served District 118 as State Representative. He will work to strengthen our schools and support our teachers so they can help our kids develop the job skills needed to break cycles of poverty and will bring good jobs to our district, and will lower the tax burden on our families.

    Texas Latino Conservatives proudly endorses John Lujan for State Rep. 118!

    Be sure to vote for John Lujan in the special election Tuesday, September 28. You can vote early beginning Monday, September 20.

  • Nelson Jarrin for House District 52


    Nelson Jarrin is a husband, father, community leader, and lifelong Republican and a candidate for the Texas House of Representatives.

    Nelson graduated summa cum laude from Texas A&M University with a bachelor’s degree in economics and Nelson spent six years working for a nonprofit dedicated to improving mental health services in Texas.

    He is now an attorney, a graduate of the University of Notre Dame Law School, magna cum laude. Nelson has served as the Legislative Director and General Counsel for Texas State Senator Charles Schwertner, M.D., where he helped guide the Senator's legislative agenda. Nelson also served as an attorney at the Texas Legislative Council, the nonpartisan state agency that supports the members of the Texas Legislature.

    With more than a decade of experience in law and public policy Jarrin believes in keeping our economy strong and not living beyond our means. A strong advocate for education, he believes our children deserve a quality education. He plans to fight for teachers to ensure they have all the tools necessary to succeed. Jarrin doesn’t want our children to fall behind because of COVID and is focused on ensuring the pandemic doesn’t derail our children’s future.

    Texas Latino Conservatives proudly endorses Nelson Jarrin for the Texas House of Representatives District 52 in 2022's Republican Primary.

  • Dan Corrales for Midland City Council-at-Large


    Dan Corrales is an Army veteran, attorney, and business owner. He grew up in Midland. After graduating from Midland High, he moved to Brooklyn where he earned his law degree from Brooklyn Law School and his Masters of Law from St. John's University School of Law.

    His lovely wife Michelle co-owns Pristine Organic Dry Cleaners. The couple live in Midland raising their 10-year-old son.

    Dan's vision for Midland will create jobs and growth while working to improve the city’s infrastructure. This is why Texas Latino Conservatives overwhelmingly supports Dan Corrales for Midland City Council.

    Early voting begins Monday, October 18, and Election Day is Tuesday, November 2.

    Please vote for Dan Corrales!