The U.S. Senate candidate has visited Dallas, Houston, RGV, and West Texas.
For Immediate Release August 21, 2023
TEXAS – Roland Gutierrez, Democratic U.S. Senate contender, has left an indelible mark on the political landscape of Texas, blazing the trail on a 40-day campaign tour that saw the Senator travel from the rolling oaks of Uvalde to the skyscrapers of Dallas.
Gutierrez’s campaign blitz made its way through West Texas, across to the Rio Grande Valley, down to Corpus Christi, and all through Houston and the Texas Gulf Coast. To Gutierrez, his campaign is not just a race; it’s a catalyst for changing the broken system that has left Texans out of reach of the American Dream.
Gutierrez stands opposed to the power-hungry Republican ethos that has long lingered in Texas. His approach is a declaration that business as usual is over, and the time for audacity, action, and accountability has arrived.
“I didn’t embark on this campaign to tiptoe around the issues. I’m here to shake the foundations of a system that’s failed Texans for far too long. Everywhere I’ve been, Texans say the same thing: our state is broken. Tragic mass shootings, appalling corruption, and a complete disregard for human decency have defined Ted Cruz’s time in office,” said Senator Roland Gutierrez.
“People are tired of the broken system that isn’t working for us. We are sick of the lies and empty promises of Ted Cruz, who left 800 of us to die in the winter storm. It shouldn’t have to be this hard to get ahead. Texans are working hard every single day. But it is hard, because politicians like Ted Cruz make it hard.
“The fact is, we don’t have a senator that works for us, we have Ted Cruz, who puts more effort into talking on his podcast than he does talking to the people of Texas. My entire life has been about hard work, and that’s my promise I will be the U.S. Senator that works hard for Texas.”
The path carved by Gutierrez’s blitz is marked by a determination to amplify the voices of those who have been silenced. His campaign serves as an uprising against the entrenched powers that have resisted change, and a call for the Texan spirit that refuses to bow down.
Gutierrez’ speeches are a crescendo of rebellion, with the U.S. Senate contender urging supporters to turn their frustrations into action and show that Texas is not content with the negligence of the Republican party.
With eyes set on being the first major Latino candidate to take on Ted Cruz, Roland Gutierrez’s 40-day stampede through Texas is a declaration of intent—bold, hardworking, and ferociously driven. This isn’t just a campaign; this is a rejection of the neglect of Texas, and Gutierrez isn’t just a candidate; he’s a force.