District 119

A New Generation of Leadership

State Representative Roland Gutierrez 

Rep. Gutierrez, Roland District 119

Roland Gutierrez


It is an honor and a privilege to serve as your State Representative of District 119. Anchored in San Antonio, Converse, Schertz, Live Oak and    China Grove, the issues we face are similar to issues facing all Texans.  A quality education from pre-kinder through the college level is the cornerstone for economic security and higher wage jobs.  Access to a quality and affordable education offers the real opportunities to get ahead.

As you visit this website, please take a moment to share with me your ideas in how we can work together to create a better future for our great state.
As your State Representative, I will always focus on issues that make a difference in our communities and I ask that you do the same.  Together, we can get the job done.  I invite you to contact me through this website and give me suggestions about the best way to meet your needs.
Roland Gutierrez

State Representative, District 119















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Xerox is preparing to significantly grow its operation at Port San Antonio they are holding an Open House Hiring Event. Monday and Wednesdays in August from 3-7pm and this Saturday, August 1st from 11-1pm. ... See MoreSee Less

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In the wake of the Sandra Bland arrest and death, the County Affairs Committee is meeting today to hear public and invited testimony regarding jail standards and procedures with regards to potentially mentally ill persons in county jails. Hope to hear good recommendations on improvement. ... See MoreSee Less

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State Representative Roland Gutierrez shared Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum's post. ... See MoreSee Less

Fifty years ago today, President Johnson traveled to the Harry S. Truman Library & Museum in Independence, Missouri and signed Medicare and Medicaid into law. President Johnson’s signing remarks: www.presidency.ucsb.edu/ws/index.php?pid=27123 #DidYouKnow: President Truman had tried to sign Medicare into law during his presidency, however, it was blocked by the Ways and Means Committee. Upon signing the bill into law, President Johnson handed President Truman and Mrs. Truman the first two Medicare cards. "He had started it all, so many years before," Johnson wrote of Truman later. "I wanted him to know that America remembered."

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