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Miguel Levario and Family

Miguel Levario believes a strong and capable leader needs to be present, available, and welcoming of the diverse ideas and concerns of the men and women of District 19. He believes in fact-based and evidence-driven policy that can better address the needs of the district. Miguel strongly believes in service to others and that every leader should be held accountable and transparent when echoing the voices of District 19.

Miguel was born and raised in El Paso, Texas. He left home to pursue his education at the University of Notre Dame and Stanford University. He finished his PhD in History at the University of Texas in Austin before taking a position in 2007 as a professor at Texas Tech University in Lubbock. He has always been a determined activist, serving as a faculty adviser for the Tech Student Democrats, working with the 2012 and 2013 LULAC Youth Summit and was a panelist at the 2016 Lubbock Regional Latino Policy Summit.

But with the current state of affairs in Washington and the tone-deaf response constituents are receiving from their current representation, Miguel recognizes the time to stand up is now.

While battles about bathrooms and border walls continue, the livelihood of farmers and their workers are being threatened by moneyed interests, our children’s public education is on the chopping block and our clean energy resources, which are poised to create tens of thousands of jobs in our region, are being stifled.

As one of his professors in graduate school in American history, I can attest to Miguel's high intellectual abilities, his serious dedication to family and work, and his sincere concern for the people, especially the welfare of the most needy among us. Miguel is clearly the best person to represent his district and Texas in Congress. May God bless his campaign, his family and his future as a U.S. Congressman.

Emilio Zamora

Our country needs intelligent minds to take us forward. Miguel is the right man for our moment in our history.

Robert Candelaria

Because he believes that all Texans must be represented not just his political party members.

Larry P Dumas

I endorse Dr. Miguel Levario because all Texans must be represented.

Rosa Sheets