Gutierrez’s three-day Dallas-Fort Worth Visit Follows Stops in Austin and Laredo, Texas Triangle Ahead of Early Vote
For Immediate Release: October 27, 2023
TEXAS – U.S. Senate candidate Roland Gutierrez campaign stopped in Dallas-Fort Worth this week to meet with Democratic community leaders and unveil his immigration plan in an exclusive interview with WFAA.
“I’ve spoken to Texans from all backgrounds and political beliefs. People are worried about the increasing cost of living. Texans are tired of having to go to the mall, grocery store, or school with the threat of gun violence lurking over their shoulder. Everyone is done with all of the cruel stunts at the Texas border. These are real issues that demand real solutions. Texans are pissed off that Ted Cruz has neglected us and made these situations worse and they are fed up with the D.C. status quo. Texas is ready to show Ted Cruz the door next November.” said Roland Gutierrez.
Roland Gutierrez has campaign has stopped in Uvalde, San Antonio, Austin, Dallas, Fort Bend, Fort Worth, Laredo, and Midland-Odessa over the last four weeks. This week’s Dallas-Fort Worth trip marked Gutierrez’ third time in North Texas in just 10 days.
Next week, Gutierrez will journey to the Rio Grande Valley where Ramón Ayala will headline a concert in Weslaco. Gutierrez’ campaign has stops in South Texas, Houston, and Austin next month.
About Roland Gutierrez
Roland is a Texas State Senator who fights for working families from San Antonio to Uvalde and the Texas Border. Before his time in the Senate, Gutierrez was a small business owner, a City Councilman, a State House Representative, and currently works as an attorney. Gutierrez has gained over 40 endorsements in his bid for U.S. Senate.
The son of Mexican immigrants, Roland has spent his entire career fighting to create real change for communities across Texas – from fixing infrastructure to lowering the cost of healthcare. That’s exactly the kind of fight he’ll bring to the U.S. Senate. Roland and his wife Sarah are raising their two daughters in San Antonio, Texas.