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Cynthia Flores Bids for State Rep. Dist 52

What inspired you to run for the Texas House? 

I have spent a lifetime in service to people in need, including providing food, clothing and shelter to the less fortunate through a faith-based ministry. I see running for office as a continuation of that call to serve, ensuring our children have access to a quality education, area employers can create jobs, and families can afford to pursue opportunity free from over-taxation and over-regulation. I feel called to be a voice for House District 52 to advance conservative principles.

Tell readers about the background and experience you believe will make you a good representative for your district. 

I am a professional caseworker and coordinator of social service programs at the Round Rock Area Serving Center. I lead a team of volunteers who provide food, clothing, shelter and financial assistance to 1,100 families in Southern Williamson County.

I have worked in health and human services for over 25 years, assisting people living with mental retardation and other special needs. I have also been active in the Round Rock Chamber of Commerce, Alan Baca Senior Center, Opportunities for Williamson and Burnet Counties, and Footprints Children’s Grief Ministry.  I am currently appointed by Governor Greg Abbott to serve on the Brazos River Authority.  My husband, Rene, and our two children, are active members at St. William Catholic Church, in Round Rock.

Should you be elected, what are your first 2 or 3 priorities in office?

I will work to stop skyrocketing property taxes, shut down criminal operations that exploit and abuse women and children through sex trafficking, and support our area schools. I am pro-life, will support pro-life legislation and I have  been endorsed by Life PAC.

Why should voters choose to support you?

I am a committed conservative with a track record of getting things done. I will bring people together to solve problems and make sure our area has an effective representative who is a strong voice for our values.

Cynthia graduated from the University of North Texas with a BS degree from the School of Community Service, Rehabilitation Studies. She and husband Rene, have been married 27 years and have two children.

Flores is endorsed by Governor Greg Abbott, Rep. Larry Gonzalez, more than 20 precinct chairs and SREC representatives. She also received endorsements from the Texas Assn of Realtors PAC, Texas Alliance for Life, Texans for Lawsuit Reform, Texas and Southwest Cattle Raisers Assn PAC, Hispanic Republicans of Texas, Texas Farm Bureau and Associated Republicans of Texas.  Visit CynthiaFlores52.com

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