“I am giving my support to Roberto Alonzo, because for many years, he has always been working positively in favor of many causes affecting our community in North Texas. I do not support any particular party, I am giving my support to Alonzo, because he is a fair and honest person, who seeks the best for his constituents,” said Pastor Lynn Godsey, president of the Hispanic Evangelical Ministry Alliance.
“I can give positive testimony of the work and accomplishments that Roberto Alonzo has been carrying out in the Capitol of Austin, Texas; because it helps regardless of race or religion. I think he has done a great job, I do not think it is just to make changes in that position of District 104, because he is a person who has the experience and knows how to work with community leaders,” added Pastor Godsey.
Early voting for these primary elections is being held from Tuesday, February 20 until Friday, March 2, 2018. “I urge the voters of District 104 to go out and vote for Roberto Alonzo and in that way, we can continue working on the issues of the SB4 of immigration in favor of the young dreamers -Dreamers-,” explained the president of the Hispanic Evangelical Ministry Alliance.
“Roberto Alonzo has fought the separation of families and, at all times, he has raised his voice to defend the civil rights of war veterans and their families, because our veterans gave their lives to defend our nation,” said Godsey.
The pastor also indicated that he feels well-represented by Roberto Alonzo, “it is an honor to have Roberto Alonzo in District 104 because his work speaks well of his personality. He is the voice of citizens who have no chance to fight for their rights.”
“Every year Roberto Alonzo has openly stated that he is against discriminatory laws and opposes them. He openly defends the initiatives that protect the “Sanctuary Cities” and strongly opposes against laws that avoid voting in full freedom,” Pastor Godsey concluded.