2022 San Antonio Police Officers’ Association Endorsements


Support the SAPOA Endorsed Candidates


Early Vote | February 14-25

Election Day | March 1, 2022


SAPOA is proud to support the following Democratic and Republican Primary Candidates


Position Candidate
U.S. Representative Kyle Sinclair
U.S. Representative Chip Roy
U.S. Representative Tony Gonzales
U.S. Representative Willie Vasquez Ng
U.S. Representative Rebecca Viagran
Governor Greg Abbott
Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick
Justice, Supreme Court Evan Young
Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals Clint Morgan
State Senator Donna Campbell
State Representative Philip Cortez
State Representative John Lujan
State Representative Steve Allison
State Representative | District 124 Gerald Lopez
State Representative Ray Lopez
Justice, 4th Court of Appeals District Todd McCray
Justice, 4th Court of Appeals District Lori Valenzuela
District Judge | 144th Judicial District Michael Mery
District Judge | 187th Judicial District Walden Shelton
District Judge | 224th Judicial District Cathy Stryker
District Judge | 225th Judicial District Renee Yanta
District Judge | 226th Judicial District Velia Meza
District Judge | 227th Judicial District Kevin O’Connell
District Judge | 285th Judicial District Lisa Uresti-Dasher
District Judge | 289th Judicial District Rose Sosa
District Judge | 437th Judicial District Melissa Skinner
Criminal District Attorney Meredith Chacon
Judge | County Court at Law No. 5 Andrea Arevalos
Judge | County Court at Law No. 7 Michael De Leon
Judge | County Court at Law No. 8 Mary Roman
Judge | County Court at Law No. 9 Gloria Saldana
Judge | County Court at Law No. 10 Jamie Mathis
Judge | County Court at Law No. 12 Yolanda Huff
Judge | County Court at Law No. 13 Rosie Speedlin Gonzalez
Judge | County Court at Law No. 14 Susan Skinner
County Clerk Lucy Adame-Clark


Political Action Committee

The San Antonio Police Officers’ Association Political Action Committee (SAPOA PAC) represents the concerns of police officers and their families to elected officials at all levels of government. The PAC carries the voice of the membership and advocates for legislation, benefits, and working conditions for our city’s police officers.

Key responsibilities of the PAC include:

  • Direct engagement of elected officials and their staff.
  • Act as a representative for the membership and carry the voice of police officers to elected officials.
  • Where applicable, meet with candidates for endorsement reviews.
  • Endorse candidates for public office and focus on those who support public safety and the uniformed officer.
  • Engage the community through outreach programs to build trust and respect for the role of police officers in our neighborhoods.

The strength of the SAPOA PAC comes from its membership. Stay engaged. Stay informed. The PAC is working hard for you and will only be successful if we stick together as one voice supporting our family, benefits, and working conditions.

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