2020 General Election Endorsements

SAPOA is proud to announce our 2020 General Election Endorsements for County, State, and Federal Offices. These candidates respect and support San Antonio Police Officers and will work to ensure that they have the benefits and resources they need to keep us safe.

SAPOA encourages everyone to register and then vote in the November 3, 2020 General Election.

U.S. SENATOR

U.S. Senator – John Cornyn

U.S. REPRESENTATIVES

Congressional District 20 – Mauro Garza

Congressional District 21 – Chip Roy

Congressional District 23 – Tony Gonzales

STATE OFFICES

Chief Justice Supreme Court – Nathan Hecht

Justice, Supreme Court Place 6 – Jane Bland

Justice, Supreme Court Place 7 – Jeff Boyd

Justice, Supreme Court Place 8 – Brent Busby

Judge, Court Of Criminal Appeals Place 3 – Bert Richardson

Judge, Court Of Criminal Appeals Place 4 – Kevin Patrick Yeary

Judge, Court Of Criminal Appeals Place 9 – David Newell

State Senator, District 19 – Peter “Pete” Flores

State Senator, District 26 – Jose Menendez

State Representative, District 116 – Trey Martinez Fischer

State Representative, District 118 – Leo Pacheco

State Representative, District 120 – Barbara Gervin-Hawkins

State Representative, District 121 – Steve Allison

State Representative, District 122 – Lyle Larson

State Representative, District 124 – Ina Minjarez

State Representative, District 125 – Ray Lopez

COUNTY OFFICES

Chief Justice, 4th Court Of Appeals District – Renee Yanta

County Tax Assessor-Collector – Albert Uresti

County Commissioner, Precinct No. 3 – Trish DeBerry

District Judge, 57th Judicial District – Antonia “Toni” Arteaga

District Judge, 73rd Judicial District – David Canales

District Judge, 131st Judicial District – Norma Gonzales

District Judge, 166th Judicial District – Laura Salinas

District Judge, 379th Judicial District – Ron Rangel

District Judge, 408th Judicial District – Angelica Jimenez

District Judge, 438th Judicial District – Rosie Alvarado

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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’s.
  • 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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