John V Garza Candidate State TX Rep Dict 117
John Vincent Garza was born on March 13th 1955 in Herlong, California and raised by parents, retired USAF S/ SGT Arthur and Maria D. Garza who traveled extensively and globally in his early years before finally settling back to their Westside San Antonio home in 1967. John graduated from John F. Kennedy H.S. in 1973 and attended The University of Denver where he received his BAS degree in Mass Communication in December of 1977.
John married South San West Campus graduate Debra A. Garza in 1980 and has raised 5 children currently ranging in ages 12 to 27 with one grand daughter. The Garza’s currently live and work in
John’s background is in housing and real estate; he has held several executive positions in his successful award winning business and sales career which now spans over 20 years. John has first hand knowledge of the challenges that rapid growth has created in the Northwest sector of District 117. John has been active in leadership training in business and private sectors and has a vision of providing an infrastructure of support, guidance, and mentoring in launching Hispanic and Christian leadership in political offices in the south and west areas of San Antonio.
John’s vision spans a conservative accountability in education, medical care, immigration, and government spending, this accountability centralizes on protecting the integrity of the family unit, and it includes expanding the role of the individual citizens, community, church and private sector in managing those support and aide programs to families.
John opposes increased taxation as the first assessment in improving the quality of life in Texas.
John and Debra have formed Families for Texas to be a faith based, family centered, community action, leadership centered, and political power base within District 117. The first objective will be to expand its influence to all government levels; Families for Texas will work and network to increase effectiveness of all family support measures.
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