Senator Roland Gutierrez will speak about how gun violence is a symptom of a broken Texas.
For Immediate Release: July 11, 2023
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS – On Tuesday, in his first campaign appearance, U.S. Senate Candidate Roland Gutierrez will be in Uvalde to speak about gun violence at Guacathon 2023, a gun sense rally inspired by Parkland victim Joaquin Oliver.
Roland Gutierrez’s highly anticipated candidacy for U.S. Senate was announced yesterday in a campaign video criticizing Ted Cruz and Texas Republicans for the broken state of affairs in Texas that lead to tragedies like Uvalde and 800 Texans dying in the winter storm.
Who: Roland Gutierrez; Uvalde, Santa Fe & Parkland Families
What: Gun sense rally hosted by Parkland families.
When: Tuesday, July 11, 2023 at 5:30pm
Where: Jardin de Los Heroes Park, 801 W. Main St, Uvalde, TX
About Roland Gutierrez
Roland is a Texas State Senator that fights for working families from San Antonio to Uvalde and the Texas Border. Prior to his time in the Senate, Gutierrez was a small business owner, City Councilman, a State House Representative, and currently works as an attorney.
In the days after 19 children and 2 teachers were killed in the Uvalde massacre, Roland fought to uncover the events of Robb Elementary, supporting victims and their families, and pursuing life-saving policy reform.
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.