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Monday, January 30, 2012

George Antuna comments on Florida Republican Primary

Co-founders, George Antuna, Jr. (photo) and Juan Hernandez, along with Jacob Monty, Hispanic Republicans of Texas board member are available for interview and or comment regarding the Republican primary in Florida being held Tuesday, January 31st.

The GOP primary has covered a gamut of issues from the economy, jobs, education, immigration, etc. As it stands today, Hispanic leaders are disproportionately under-represented as elected officeholders especially as Republicans. Hispanic Republicans of Texas (HRT) has been established to close the gap, build leadership within the Hispanic community and support those who are ready to serve as elected leaders.

HRT is ready to speak about how Republicans are making a difference in its outreach efforts to Hispanic voters and Latinos in the Republican party. HRT will also comment regarding Hispanics and education, jobs, the economy, and immigration.

About The Hispanic Republicans of Texas

Hispanic Republicans of Texas, co-founded by George P. Bush, George Antuna Jr. and Dr. Juan Hernandez, is an organization that works to recruit, elect, support and defend Republican officeholders and candidates for state and local elected offices who share our common values of faith, family, lower taxes, less regulations and less government spending to promote individual prosperity and economic growth in Texas. Membership in the Hispanic Republicans of Texas PAC is open to all Texans who are interested in empowering the Hispanic community to leadership in government.

Nelda Carrizales

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