Luisa del Rosal is a proud Texas Republican running to represent us in Texas House District 114. Luisa will fight to keep Texas the nation’s leading job creator and to give our families a bright and secure future.
Luisa is proof the American dream is alive and well. Growing up in Mexico, Luisa wanted to make a difference, but she quickly learned that women do not have the same opportunities to lead as we do in America.
That’s why she came to the United States, legally, following the rules to become a U.S. citizen. Luisa went to Southern Methodist University (SMU), earning dual bachelor’s degrees in political science and sociology, and a Master’s in Higher Education Policy and Leadership.
Luisa currently serves as the Executive Director of the John G. Tower Center and founding Executive Director of the Texas-Mexico Center, both at SMU. A national leader of Texas-Mexico relations, she’s also the youngest executive director at the university, as well as the only Hispanic to head up two Centers.
Luisa lives in North Dallas with her husband Ricardo. She is a member of St. Rita Catholic Community and a dedicated volunteer of the Junior League of Dallas.
What I’m Fighting For
Keep taxes low, regulations reasonable and our legal system fair so that Texas remains the leading economic and job growth state in America.
Provide lasting property tax relief so Texans can afford to own their homes and businesses.
Pass balanced budgets that cut wasteful spending.
Remain committed to protecting the lives of the unborn.
Allow local communities to implement innovative education solutions, including more gifted and talented programs, workforce training and apprenticeships with local businesses and better pay to attract the best and brightest teachers.
Improve school safety and mental health services.
Secure the border to stop the flow of illegal drugs and human traffickers into our neighborhoods.
Protect the Second Amendment.
Fund needed transportation infrastructure to keep our state and economy moving.
Support our active military members and veterans who bravely serve our nation.
Support our police, firefighters and other first responders who keep us safe.
Invest in our future by thoughtfully allocating education dollars to serve students and empower teachers in the classroom.
Pass common sense, conservative reforms that make government work better for all of us!
Experience Fighting for Free Enterprise and Religious Liberty
- 2018 40 under 40 Award – Dallas Business Journal
- 2017 Latino Business Up and Comer Award – D Magazine
- 2018 SMU Distinguished Hispanic Alumni Award
- Executive Director of the John G. Tower Center
- Founder and Executive Director of the Texas-Mexico Center at SMU
- Founding Member of the Texas Latino-Jewish Leadership CouncilAmerican Jewish Committee
- President of the 2017Alumni Class of the American Swiss Foundation Young Leaders Program
- 2018 British Council Future Leaders Connect Delegate
- American Council on Germany 2018 Young Leader
- Texas Federation of Republican Women Member
- Dallas County Young Republicans Member
- Lake Highlands Republican Women Member
- Preston West Republican Women’s Club Member
- Park Cities Republican Women Member
- AIPAC Member
Why I’m A Republican
Dear Friends and Neighbors,
Texas is an exceptional place. We stand on principle and we fight for what’s right. They say “As goes Texas, so goes the nation.” It’s true, which is why we need to stand up and fight, now more than ever.
The pro-job growth policies put in place under Republican leadership have given our state unmatched prosperity. Texas is proof that free market policies work. It’s one of many reasons why I proudly say “I’m a Republican!” Yet Democrats respond, “But you’re so young,” or “But you’re Hispanic,” or “But you’re a woman.” Sometimes they even say, “But you’re a young Hispanic woman!”
Many Democrats think they are entitled to the vote of all women, young people and minorities. But Democrats have done nothing to earn my vote. I vote with my values, not my gender, age or skin color, and I am a proud Republican!
I’m a proud young Republican. Young people don’t want handouts. We want an opportunity to show the world what we’re capable of achieving. We want a strong economy that provides good paying jobs so we can better our lives through hard work. We want low taxes so we can keep more of what we earn.
I’m a proud Republican woman because we are heads of households, entrepreneurs, doctors, lawyers, engineers and CEOs. We know every penny counts and every decision matters. We want government out of the way so we can be empowered to decide what’s best for our families and businesses and to be trusted with our own ability of self-determination.
Finally, I’m a proud Hispanic Republican. It’s offensive that Democrats think they’re entitled to my vote just because my last name is “del Rosal.” The Hispanic community is diverse and dynamic. We are business owners, employees and hard workers that deeply believe in the power of individual responsibility and the strength that comes from valuing faith and family. We want a secure border that stops the flow of illegal drugs and human traffickers. We want a strong education system that prepares our children for the jobs of the future. We are people of faith who prioritize family. These are Republican values.
My name is Luisa del Rosal. I’m a young Hispanic woman and I’m a proud Republican. I ask for your support for my candidacy for Texas House District 114.
Luisa del Rosal
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