“We need to apply conservative principles to urban problems.”

– Orlando Sanchez 

Texas Latino Conservatives is a non-profit organization that works to educate the Latino community about our shared conservative values and how conservative policies provide a better quality of life.

Responsible spending makes it possible to put more police on the streets and fix crumbling infrastructure.  Fewer regulations makes it easier to start your own business.   Family first starts with allowing parents to determine the values instilled in their children.

Mission

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Our Team

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Orlando Sanchez

Founder

Orlando Sanchez

I founded TLC after realizing that the Republican Party needed help conveying a message of shared conservative values within the Latino community.

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Andrea Gomez

Communications Director

Andrea Gomez

My position as the connection between TLC, the media and the community is very important, because is imperative to transmit the message of conservative values.

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Lance Tarrance

Director of Polling

Lance Tarrance

Lance has an advanced degree in Behavioral Research, background at the Survey Research Center, the U.S. Census Bureau, Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, and Board of Directors of the Gallup Organization.

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Kat Herrera

Bexar County

Kat Herrera

I work with TLC because their mission aligns with my own personal mission, outreach to Latino communities and get them engaged and involved in local politics.

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Chelseay Valenzuela-Cooper

Statewide Field Director

Chelseay Valenzuela-Cooper

My experience working on Governor Abbott's campaign showed me the importance of being in the community and cemented my love of grassroots work.

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Alma Perez

Rio Grande Valley

Alma Perez

My work at TLC allows me to go into the community to share the conservative message and connect with voters on a daily basis.

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Vanessa Garcia

El Paso County

Vanessa Garcia

I know that Latinos are traditionally conservative so I work to bridge the Latino community with the conservative movement happening in El Paso.