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First and foremost, thank you for taking the time to visit my website. I've always believed in an open door policy and bringing Austin to our doorstep here at home. I hope that our campaign website is a useful, helpful, and accessible resource.

 

Because in the end, it's a community-first focus that will help us turn the page in Senate District 19. The challenges that face our state cannot be answered with more of the same. They must be met with new energy, new ideas, and a commitment to serve with the dignity our community deserves.

 

Over the last several months, I have met with neighbors where they live, work, and worship. I am ready to get the job done. We’re going to do it, and do it the right way. I hope you will join us!

 

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ABOUT ROLAND

Representative Gutierrez, his wife Sarah, and their daughters Izabella and Victoria live in the Mission San Jose neighborhood, where they are members of the Mission San Jose Parish and are active in a variety of community projects.

 

Currently, Representative Gutierrez serves as Chairman of the Defense and Veterans' Affairs Committee and is a member of the Judiciary and Civil Jurisprudence. During the 85th Legislative Session, Representative Gutierrez has prioritized the well-being of our returning soldiers by proposing the establishment of the National Warrior Resiliency Center in San Antonio by filing House Bill 2571. This center would focus on the treatment of PTSD not only in Military City, but all across the state. Additionally, Representative Gutierrez has authored policy that address sexual assault in Texas through HB 4040 and HB 2072. HB 4040 seeks to establish a crisis call center that will help victims of sexual assault and HB 2072 increases protection against potential sexual assault in massage therapy centers.

 

After five legislative sessions, Representative Gutierrez continues his efforts with helping the people of his district and ensuring a better future for themselves and their families.  He is a strong champion for appropriate funding of public education, affordable public health care, effective public safety and policies to help strengthen the economic security of all Texans. Roland's top legislative priorities have been working to ensure that Texas offers as much opportunity to our children as it did for Roland. This includes great public schools and ready access to healthcare.

 

Throughout his legislative career, Representative Gutierrez has seen several of his proposals become law such as the creation of an Urban Bank for the City of San Antonio, HemisFair Park and measures to protect and support of military bases.

 

During his tenure on the San Antonio City Council, he was a driving force behind the effort to establish Texas A&M University at San Antonio, the city's second top-tier public university, and helped secure federal resources to fund the San Antonio River project without increasing the tax burden on middle-class families and small businesses. He was also praised for his contribution in landing the Toyota auto manufacturing plant, leading to thousands of new jobs and millions of dollars in new economic resources for the city. In addition, Gutierrez provided the leadership in developing the first library on the south side in more than thirty-one years - the Mission Branch Library.

 

Roland Gutierrez frequently speaks on immigration issues and its intersection with investment and entrepreneurial ventures. Roland is the honored annual speaker for TexasOne, a program developed by the Governor of Texas which incentivizes greater entrepreneurship in Texas. Roland Gutierrez leads the employment division at the Gutierrez Law Firm. The employment division assists foreign nationals and their families with immigrant and non-immigrant work visas.

 

Born and raised in San Antonio, Texas, Gutierrez is a 1989 graduate of Central Catholic High School. He earned his BA in Political Science from the University of Texas at San Antonio in 1995 and his Law degree from St. Mary's University School of Law in 1998. He is the Founder and President of the Gutierrez Law Firm, specializing in immigration law.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

      Protecting our military

PRIORITIES

 

I pledge to fight for you and your family every day

in the Texas Capitol.

 

 

 

                                                          Preserving our Missions

LATEST NEWS

Rep. Gutierrez Honored with Military Mayors "Legislator of the Year" Award

Press Release, May 17, 2018

 

SD-19, higher ed hunger, Paul Ryan's exit (podcast)

The Texas Tribune, April 11, 2018

 

Steps taken to ensure Texas not negatively affected by base realignments, closures in 2021 -

Hearing to shape bill for next legislative session

KSAT, April 10, 2018

 

Gallego and Gutierrez gunning for Uresti’s state Senate seat , By Jasper Scherer

San Antonio Express News, April 7, 2018

 

Former San Antonio Mayor endorses Roland Gutierrez, By Phil Hardberger

Endorsement, April 5, 2018

 

Analysis: Changing the Texas Senate, a special election at a time , By Ross Ramsey

The Texas Tribune, April 2, 2018

 

Uresti's Senate Seat Was Main Course at Pols' Summit at Landry's , By Greg Jefferson

San Antonio Current, March 16, 2018

 

It's Official: Gutierrez Announces Senate Campaign , By Ryan Poppe

Texas Public Radio, March 12, 2018

 

State Rep. Roland Gutierrez to seek Carlos Uresti's seat in Texas Senate , By Emma Platoff

The Texas Tribune, March 10, 2018

 

Texas Dems say 'It’s time to move on' for Uresti , By Adi Guajardo

KENS5, February 23, 2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

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THE DISTRICT

Senate District 19 is one of the largest legislative seats in the country, stretching from southeast San Antonio to Pecos in Far West Texas, and south to Crystal City in the Winter Garden region.

 

It encompasses 17 countries and 35,000 square miles in area, and includes 400 miles of the Texas-Mexico border and multiple ports of entry.  It is a critical hub for both the energy and agricultural industries and contains 55 school districts.

 

DISTRICT ANALYSIS

 

 

 

 

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Roland Gutierrez Campaign

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San Antonio, Texas 78212

Pol. Adv. Paid for by the Roland Gutierrez Campaign

 

Representative Gutierrez, his wife Sarah, and their daughters Izabella and Victoria live in the Mission San Jose neighborhood, where they are members of the Mission San Jose Parish and are active in a variety of community projects.

 

Currently, Representative Gutierrez serves as Chairman of the Defense and Veterans' Affairs Committee and is a member of the Judiciary and Civil Jurisprudence. During the 85th Legislative Session, Representative Gutierrez has prioritized the well-being of our returning soldiers by proposing the establishment of the National Warrior Resiliency Center in San Antonio by filing House Bill 2571. This center would focus on the treatment of PTSD not only in Military City, but all across the state. Additionally, Representative Gutierrez has authored policy that address sexual assault in Texas through HB 4040 and HB 2072. HB 4040 seeks to establish a crisis call center that will help victims of sexual assault and HB 2072 increases protection against potential sexual assault in massage therapy centers.

 

After five legislative sessions, Representative Gutierrez continues his efforts with helping the people of his district and ensuring a better future for themselves and their families.  He is a strong champion for appropriate funding of public education, affordable public health care, effective public safety and policies to help strengthen the economic security of all Texans. Roland's top legislative priorities have been working to ensure that Texas offers as much opportunity to our children as it did for Roland. This includes great public schools and ready access to healthcare.

 

Throughout his legislative career, Representative Gutierrez has seen several of his proposals become law such as the creation of an Urban Bank for the City of San Antonio, HemisFair Park and measures to protect and support of military bases.

 

During his tenure on the San Antonio City Council, he was a driving force behind the effort to establish Texas A&M University at San Antonio, the city's second top-tier public university, and helped secure federal resources to fund the San Antonio River project without increasing the tax burden on middle-class families and small businesses. He was also praised for his contribution in landing the Toyota auto manufacturing plant, leading to thousands of new jobs and millions of dollars in new economic resources for the city. In addition, Gutierrez provided the leadership in developing the first library on the south side in more than thirty-one years - the Mission Branch Library.

 

Roland Gutierrez frequently speaks on immigration issues and its intersection with investment and entrepreneurial ventures. Roland is the honored annual speaker for TexasOne, a program developed by the Governor of Texas which incentivizes greater entrepreneurship in Texas. Roland Gutierrez leads the employment division at the Gutierrez Law Firm. The employment division assists foreign nationals and their families with immigrant and non-immigrant work visas.

 

Born and raised in San Antonio, Texas, Gutierrez is a 1989 graduate of Central Catholic High School. He earned his BA in Political Science from the University of Texas at San Antonio in 1995 and his Law degree from St. Mary's University School of Law in 1998. He is the Founder and President of the Gutierrez Law Firm, specializing in immigration law.

 

 

 

 

 

      Protecting our military

 

 

                                              Preserving our Missions

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                            Standing by our veterans

 

 

 

 

 

                                        Building towards our future

 

 

Representative Gutierrez, his wife Sarah, and their daughters Izabella and Victoria live in the Mission San Jose neighborhood, where they are members of the Mission San Jose Parish and are active in a variety of community projects.

 

Currently, Representative Gutierrez serves as Chairman of the Defense and Veterans' Affairs Committee and is a member of the Judiciary and Civil Jurisprudence. During the 85th Legislative Session, Representative Gutierrez has prioritized the well-being of our returning soldiers by proposing the establishment of the National Warrior Resiliency Center in San Antonio by filing House Bill 2571. This center would focus on the treatment of PTSD not only in Military City, but all across the state. Additionally, Representative Gutierrez has authored policy that address sexual assault in Texas through HB 4040 and HB 2072. HB 4040 seeks to establish a crisis call center that will help victims of sexual assault and HB 2072 increases protection against potential sexual assault in massage therapy centers.

 

After five legislative sessions, Representative Gutierrez continues his efforts with helping the people of his district and ensuring a better future for themselves and their families.  He is a strong champion for appropriate funding of public education, affordable public health care, effective public safety and policies to help strengthen the economic security of all Texans. Roland's top legislative priorities have been working to ensure that Texas offers as much opportunity to our children as it did for Roland. This includes great public schools and ready access to healthcare.

 

Throughout his legislative career, Representative Gutierrez has seen several of his proposals become law such as the creation of an Urban Bank for the City of San Antonio, HemisFair Park and measures to protect and support of military bases.

 

During his tenure on the San Antonio City Council, he was a driving force behind the effort to establish Texas A&M University at San Antonio, the city's second top-tier public university, and helped secure federal resources to fund the San Antonio River project without increasing the tax burden on middle-class families and small businesses. He was also praised for his contribution in landing the Toyota auto manufacturing plant, leading to thousands of new jobs and millions of dollars in new economic resources for the city. In addition, Gutierrez provided the leadership in developing the first library on the south side in more than thirty-one years - the Mission Branch Library.

 

Roland Gutierrez frequently speaks on immigration issues and its intersection with investment and entrepreneurial ventures. Roland is the honored annual speaker for TexasOne, a program developed by the Governor of Texas which incentivizes greater entrepreneurship in Texas. Roland Gutierrez leads the employment division at the Gutierrez Law Firm. The employment division assists foreign nationals and their families with immigrant and non-immigrant work visas.

 

Born and raised in San Antonio, Texas, Gutierrez is a 1989 graduate of Central Catholic High School. He earned his BA in Political Science from the University of Texas at San Antonio in 1995 and his Law degree from St. Mary's University School of Law in 1998. He is the Founder and President of the Gutierrez Law Firm, specializing in immigration law.

 

 

 

 

      Protecting our military

 

 

                               Preserving our Missions

 

 

 

 

 

                          Standing by our veterans

 

 

 

 

                      Building towards our future

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fighting for working families, like yours

 
Early Voting: July 16th - 27th

 

Always listening to your concerns

ABOUT ROLAND

Representative Gutierrez, his wife Sarah, and their daughters Izabella and Victoria live in the Mission San Jose neighborhood, where they are members of the Mission San Jose Parish and are active in a variety of community projects.

 

Currently, Representative Gutierrez serves as Chairman of the Defense and Veterans' Affairs Committee and is a member of the Judiciary and Civil Jurisprudence. During the 85th Legislative Session, Representative Gutierrez has prioritized the well-being of our returning soldiers by proposing the establishment of the National Warrior Resiliency Center in San Antonio by filing House Bill 2571. This center would focus on the treatment of PTSD not only in Military City, but all across the state. Additionally, Representative Gutierrez has authored policy that address sexual assault in Texas through HB 4040 and HB 2072. HB 4040 seeks to establish a crisis call center that will help victims of sexual assault and HB 2072 increases protection against potential sexual assault in massage therapy centers.

 

After five legislative sessions, Representative Gutierrez continues his efforts with helping the people of his district and ensuring a better future for themselves and their families.  He is a strong champion for appropriate funding of public education, affordable public health care, effective public safety and policies to help strengthen the economic security of all Texans. Roland's top legislative priorities have been working to ensure that Texas offers as much opportunity to our children as it did for Roland. This includes great public schools and ready access to healthcare.

 

Throughout his legislative career, Representative Gutierrez has seen several of his proposals become law such as the creation of an Urban Bank for the City of San Antonio, HemisFair Park and measures to protect and support of military bases.

 

During his tenure on the San Antonio City Council, he was a driving force behind the effort to establish Texas A&M University at San Antonio, the city's second top-tier public university, and helped secure federal resources to fund the San Antonio River project without increasing the tax burden on middle-class families and small businesses. He was also praised for his contribution in landing the Toyota auto manufacturing plant, leading to thousands of new jobs and millions of dollars in new economic resources for the city. In addition, Gutierrez provided the leadership in developing the first library on the south side in more than thirty-one years - the Mission Branch Library.

 

Roland Gutierrez frequently speaks on immigration issues and its intersection with investment and entrepreneurial ventures. Roland is the honored annual speaker for TexasOne, a program developed by the Governor of Texas which incentivizes greater entrepreneurship in Texas. Roland Gutierrez leads the employment division at the Gutierrez Law Firm. The employment division assists foreign nationals and their families with immigrant and non-immigrant work visas.

 

Born and raised in San Antonio, Texas, Gutierrez is a 1989 graduate of Central Catholic High School. He earned his BA in Political Science from the University of Texas at San Antonio in 1995 and his Law degree from St. Mary's University School of Law in 1998. He is the Founder and President of the Gutierrez Law Firm, specializing in immigration law.

 

 

 

 

 

Protecting our military

Preserving our Missions

LATEST NEWS

 

 

 

 

 

 

Standing by our veterans

 

 

 

 

 

Getting things done the right way

THE DISTRICT

 

Building towards our future

 
Early Voting: July 16th - 27th

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fighting for working families, like yours

Always listening to your concerns

ABOUT ROLAND

Representative Gutierrez, his wife Sarah, and their daughters Izabella and Victoria live in the Mission San Jose neighborhood, where they are members of the Mission San Jose Parish and are active in a variety of community projects.

 

Currently, Representative Gutierrez serves as Chairman of the Defense and Veterans' Affairs Committee and is a member of the Judiciary and Civil Jurisprudence. During the 85th Legislative Session, Representative Gutierrez has prioritized the well-being of our returning soldiers by proposing the establishment of the National Warrior Resiliency Center in San Antonio by filing House Bill 2571. This center would focus on the treatment of PTSD not only in Military City, but all across the state. Additionally, Representative Gutierrez has authored policy that address sexual assault in Texas through HB 4040 and HB 2072. HB 4040 seeks to establish a crisis call center that will help victims of sexual assault and HB 2072 increases protection against potential sexual assault in massage therapy centers.

 

After five legislative sessions, Representative Gutierrez continues his efforts with helping the people of his district and ensuring a better future for themselves and their families.  He is a strong champion for appropriate funding of public education, affordable public health care, effective public safety and policies to help strengthen the economic security of all Texans. Roland's top legislative priorities have been working to ensure that Texas offers as much opportunity to our children as it did for Roland. This includes great public schools and ready access to healthcare.

 

Throughout his legislative career, Representative Gutierrez has seen several of his proposals become law such as the creation of an Urban Bank for the City of San Antonio, HemisFair Park and measures to protect and support of military bases.

 

During his tenure on the San Antonio City Council, he was a driving force behind the effort to establish Texas A&M University at San Antonio, the city's second top-tier public university, and helped secure federal resources to fund the San Antonio River project without increasing the tax burden on middle-class families and small businesses. He was also praised for his contribution in landing the Toyota auto manufacturing plant, leading to thousands of new jobs and millions of dollars in new economic resources for the city. In addition, Gutierrez provided the leadership in developing the first library on the south side in more than thirty-one years - the Mission Branch Library.

 

Roland Gutierrez frequently speaks on immigration issues and its intersection with investment and entrepreneurial ventures. Roland is the honored annual speaker for TexasOne, a program developed by the Governor of Texas which incentivizes greater entrepreneurship in Texas. Roland Gutierrez leads the employment division at the Gutierrez Law Firm. The employment division assists foreign nationals and their families with immigrant and non-immigrant work visas.

 

Born and raised in San Antonio, Texas, Gutierrez is a 1989 graduate of Central Catholic High School. He earned his BA in Political Science from the University of Texas at San Antonio in 1995 and his Law degree from St. Mary's University School of Law in 1998. He is the Founder and President of the Gutierrez Law Firm, specializing in immigration law.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Protecting our militarry

PRIORITIES

Preserving our Missions

 

 

 

 

 

Standing by our veterans

 

 

 

 

 

Getting things done the right way

 

Building towards our future

Early Voting: July 16th - 27th

Always listening to your concerns

Representative Gutierrez, his wife Sarah, and their daughters Izabella and Victoria live in the Mission San Jose neighborhood, where they are members of the Mission San Jose Parish and are active in a variety of community projects.

 

Currently, Representative Gutierrez serves as Chairman of the Defense and Veterans' Affairs Committee and is a member of the Judiciary and Civil Jurisprudence. During the 85th Legislative Session, Representative Gutierrez has prioritized the well-being of our returning soldiers by proposing the establishment of the National Warrior Resiliency Center in San Antonio by filing House Bill 2571. This center would focus on the treatment of PTSD not only in Military City, but all across the state. Additionally, Representative Gutierrez has authored policy that address sexual assault in Texas through HB 4040 and HB 2072. HB 4040 seeks to establish a crisis call center that will help victims of sexual assault and HB 2072 increases protection against potential sexual assault in massage therapy centers.

 

After five legislative sessions, Representative Gutierrez continues his efforts with helping the people of his district and ensuring a better future for themselves and their families.  He is a strong champion for appropriate funding of public education, affordable public health care, effective public safety and policies to help strengthen the economic security of all Texans. Roland's top legislative priorities have been working to ensure that Texas offers as much opportunity to our children as it did for Roland. This includes great public schools and ready access to healthcare.

 

Throughout his legislative career, Representative Gutierrez has seen several of his proposals become law such as the creation of an Urban Bank for the City of San Antonio, HemisFair Park and measures to protect and support of military bases.

 

During his tenure on the San Antonio City Council, he was a driving force behind the effort to establish Texas A&M University at San Antonio, the city's second top-tier public university, and helped secure federal resources to fund the San Antonio River project without increasing the tax burden on middle-class families and small businesses. He was also praised for his contribution in landing the Toyota auto manufacturing plant, leading to thousands of new jobs and millions of dollars in new economic resources for the city. In addition, Gutierrez provided the leadership in developing the first library on the south side in more than thirty-one years - the Mission Branch Library.

 

Roland Gutierrez frequently speaks on immigration issues and its intersection with investment and entrepreneurial ventures. Roland is the honored annual speaker for TexasOne, a program developed by the Governor of Texas which incentivizes greater entrepreneurship in Texas. Roland Gutierrez leads the employment division at the Gutierrez Law Firm. The employment division assists foreign nationals and their families with immigrant and non-immigrant work visas.

 

Born and raised in San Antonio, Texas, Gutierrez is a 1989 graduate of Central Catholic High School. He earned his BA in Political Science from the University of Texas at San Antonio in 1995 and his Law degree from St. Mary's University School of Law in 1998. He is the Founder and President of the Gutierrez Law Firm, specializing in immigration law.