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For Immediate Release: October 4, 2023
RICHMOND, TEXAS – On Saturday, U.S. Senate Candidate Roland Gutierrez will join Fort Bend County Judge KP George’s annual celebration of Hispanic Heritage as this year’s keynote speaker.
Fort Bend County is among the fastest growing and most diverse counties in the nation. Judge George’s annual celebration is a commitment to recognizing the contribution of community advocates, educators, and activists of Hispanic and Latino Heritage in Fort Bend County and across the state this month.
|Roland Gutierrez, State Senator and Candidate for U.S. Senate
|Keynote at Hispanic Heritage Festival
|Saturday, October 7, 2023 AT 1:30 PM
|Fort Bend County Courthouse1317 Eugene Heimann CircleRichmond, TX 77469
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.
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.