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Mauro Garza Announces Run For TX34
Mauro Garza announced his run for TX 34 today.
Via press release:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Thomas Guastaferro
Thomas@mcshanellc.com February 8, 2023
TEXAS ENTREPRENEUR MAURO GARZA
ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY FOR U.S. CONGRESS
Raymondville, TX – Today, Texas Entrepreneur, Fmr. Instructor at Alamo Community College District (ACCD), Board member of various Republican organizations, and 51-time marathon runner, Mauro Garza, has announced his candidacy for Congress to represent Texas’ 34th Congressional District.
Mauro’s career began with the Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse (TCADA) in Austin, Texas in 1991. After serving as an adjunct faculty member at ACCD, his service as Director of Grants and Contracts Management at SFBR, presently known as Texas Biomedical Research Institute (TBRI), was instrumental in establishing the Southwest Primate Research Center, which was instrumental in bringing millions in funding to San Antonio. Since then, Mauro has launched multiple successful businesses in Texas.
Garza’s campaign launch video can be viewed here.
Garza shared the following statement:
“In my hometown of Raymondville, where my family settled down after my father left the Navy, I used to swim in the ditches. His service to keep our nation free and prosperous inspired me to never take my liberties for granted, and I pursued the American Dream.
Now, that promise of America’s legacy in Southern Texas is threatened by the poisonous existence of fentanyl in our communities, prompting families to move out while foreign criminals feel welcome to claim the turf as theirs.
Our Texas values are being trampled upon by a careless elite and government that turns a blind eye to our border, while acting oblivious to the consequences of such actions.
I’m taking a stand to rekindle the battle cry of my lifelong home, the Lone Star State: Don’t Mess With Texas. As a Congressman representing Texas’ 34th District, foreign cartels and self-serving politicians will recognize that the Gateway to the Valley belongs to Texans.”
Mauro Garza is a Native Texan, Business Owner, and Father. He spent his childhood in towns across the district- calling Raymondville home. His career began with the Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse (TCADA) in Austin, Texas in 1991. While working full-time Mauro maintained academic endeavors with evening and weekend research studies at the University of Texas at San Antonio, where he completed his Master of Science degree with an emphasis in Neurophysiology in 1992, under a Biomedical Research Scholarship.
After obtaining Mauro’s Graduate degree, he started teaching evening classes as an Adjunct Faculty member for the Alamo Community College District (ACCD). In 1997, Mauro transitioned into his next position at Southwest Foundation for Biomedical Research (SFBR) in San Antonio, Texas.
In 1997, Mauro accepted the Director of Grants and Contracts Management position at SFBR, presently known as Texas Biomedical Research Institute (TBRI). Mauro was honored with the privilege to be a key player of an administrative/budgetary team that was instrumental in establishing the Southwest Primate Research Center bringing millions of funds into San Antonio for Research and Technology.
In 2002, Mauro embarked on his entrepreneurial professions by founding M. Garza Enterprises, Inc. (MGEI) and in 2001, founded Everett Holdings, LLC. His business interests include commercial real estate, consumer product vending machines, and a restaurant/bar.
Mauro is an avid marathon runner, with a total of 51 completed. He successfully completed the World Marathon Challenge in 2017, which included running seven marathons in seven days on seven continents.
Mauro enjoys spending time with his family, who live throughout the Lower Rio Grande Valley and South Texas.
For more information, visit MauroGarzaForCongress.com.
The 34th Congressional District is currently held by Democrat Vicente Gonzalez Jr after he won over Republican Mayra Flores.
Located in south Texas, the district is around 84% Hispanic with a population of around 711,000.