Saturday, August 05, 2006

One Chair and a bunch of people who like myself; have been USURPED

“Solomon can hit the ground running when he gets to Austin. He knows many of the current State Representatives and most importantly, he’s taught at CCISD and knows firsthand what needs to be improved with education.”
Betty Jean Longoria – Nueces County Commissioner and former Tuloso-midway School board member

“As a community activist and elected official, I know what it takes to bring diverse groups of people to the table in order to get things done. Solomon Ortiz, Jr. is a consensus builder. He will get things done to improve education in Texas"
Olga Gonzales – Del Mar College Board of Regents

“Developing young people into leaders has been my life’s commitment for over 30 years. We need Solomon Ortiz, Jr. to represent us in Austin, because as a former teacher, he knows the needs of educators and students.”
Carlos Rodriguez – Current Cunningham Middle School Coach and Teacher

"I want a Representative who not only knows the needs of our students, but also opens his door to them. I know Solomon Ortiz, Jr. will always be accessible to our students and educators in order to voice concerns at our State's Capitol."
Claricia Mohler - Current Moody H.S. Assistant Principal

Here are just a few of the many individuals already supporting Solomon Ortiz Jr.

Roland Barrera - Chairman, RTA
Ruben Bonilla - Chairman, Port of Corpus Christi
Lucy Rubio - Community Leader
Ronnie Canales – Nueces County Tax Assessor Collector
Rudy Caceres – Constable Pct. 1
John Kelley – Air America Radio Host, former teacher and AFT representative
Susie Camacho – Miller H.S. Parent
Raul & Alicia Lopez-Guerra, M.D.s – Local Physicians
Nancy Vera – Miller H.S. teacher
Emilio Sanchez – Former community Boxing Coach
Dr. Victor Frazier – Minister and former CCISD Principal
Carolyn Keith – Retired school counselor, CCISD
Jane Wall – Current teacher and former Miller H.S. journalism instructor
Susie Luna Saldana – Precinct Chair #72 and Teacher Representative
Faye Anderson - Former 2 term SDEC member


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