Rene Oliveira

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Transparency USA | 06/10/2018
During the March primary, State Representative Rene Oliveira faced off against challengers Arturo Alonzo, an Iraq war veteran, and Cameron County Commissioner, Alex Dominguez. The incumbent Oliveira netted only 48% of the primary vote, forcing him into to a runoff with Dominguez. While Dominguez and Oliveira are both attorneys, the similarities end there. Dominguez capitalized on their age difference, asserting on his campaign website, “It’s time we had a state representative who not only wants to lead but has the energy to fight for you in Austin,” a nod to the incumbent’s 60+ years of age in contrast to Dominguez’s youth. He comically added, “Rene Oliveira has been in office since before AOL.”
Transparency USA | 07/12/2017
The Texas Trial Lawyers Association (TTLA) is the go-to PAC for plaintiff’s attorneys looking to make an impact on public policy. Because Republicans have held political majorities in Texas for more than two decades, trial lawyers have had a hard time carving out a niche from which to conduct their work. TTLA exists to empower legislators who are willing to take on Republican leadership and advocate for more leeway in judicial proceedings and awards.
Transparency USA | 07/12/2017
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