History of the Texas Latino GOP PAC

The Texas Latino GOP PAC is the organizing force of the conservative Latino community. 

  • We are Latino Conservatives united to work together to increase Latino Representation on all levels of government, and:
  • To increase Latino political participation at a grass roots level
  • To increase our PAC Membership numbers to develop a strong outreach team
  • To increase GOP education efforts on the issues impacting Latino communities
  • To ensure that we produce viable Latino candidates and provide our support
  • To hold leaders accountable
  • To work together with our elected officials for proper representation
  • To facilitate grass roots party outreach to Latino Community

Why  become a Member of the Texas Latino GOP PAC?

Your membership helps us promote our message at the grassroots level, encouraging Latino participation in the political process. The Texas Latino GOP PAC provides needed resources to emerging Latino candidates throughout the state of Texas. We use our resources to provide a voice and platform via our broadcast, print, and digital platforms. Our message also encourages conservative Latino voters to participate by volunteering and ultimately voting in local, state-wide and national elections. Thank you in advance for joining the Texas Latino GOP PAC.




Sonia Rivera, Executive Director

Hector Longoria, Esq. Treasurer

Albert Cheng, Director


  • From the blog

    !Somos Republicanos! | We Are Republicans

    The Texas Latino GOP PAC will be releasing a much anticipated outdoor campaign in the Houston market beginning this Fall.  We received a great response from our current members who graciously participated in a photoshoot with local photographer Juan Maldonado this summer. The outdoor campaign, called 'Somos Republicanos' - 'We are Republicans,' was created to personify the Texas Latino GOP PAC and will prominently feature members and some of November's Republican candidates - Ruben Villarreal, Michelle Fraga, Natalie Fleming, Xavier Alfaro, Vanessa Velasquez, Debra Ibarra Mayfield, Linda Garcia and Orlando Sanchez. 

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