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A Lifetime of Service

From serving a full career in the Army to creating good-paying jobs right here in Texas, Joseph has dedicated his life to service. Graduation from West Point took Joseph on a military path through a number of Texas installations, as well as through Iraq, where he earned the Combat Action Badge and Bronze Star.

Through it all, Joseph has lived his life only one way: when he sees a problem, he goes out and fixes it. His determination and drive to innovate have gotten Joseph to where he is today and will help Joseph lead the 21st into the future.

Joseph's Story

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Our team is hard at work knocking on doors to let voters know who Joseph is and the progressive policies he stands for. The amazing volunteers who’ve helped us so far have made this possible, but we still need more help! Find out ways to get involved below:

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Creating Opportunity

Joseph has spent his entire life as a leader and mentor improving the lives of those around him. From creating a scholarship fund for students younger than him in high school to being involved in every aspect of cadets’ lives while teaching at West Point, Joseph sees the value in shaping the next generation of our country’s leaders to push our country toward a better future.

Why Joseph's Running

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Voting Information

Deadline to Register to Vote in the General Election | October 9th, 2018

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Our state’s voter ID law can be confusing. You need one of the following in order to vote:

  • Driver’s license issued by Texas Department of Public Safety
  • Texas election identification certificate issued by DPS
  • Texas personal identification card issued by DPS
  • Texas license to carry a handgun issued by DPS
  • United States military identification card with one’s photograph on it
  • United States citizen certificate with one’s photograph on it
  • United States passport

If you cannot reasonably obtain one of these forms of ID, you must sign a declaration at the polls stating why you cannot obtain one of these forms of ID and provide alternate supporting documentation:

  • Certified birth certificate (must be an original)
  • Valid voter registration certificate
  • Copy or original of current utility bill
  • Copy or original of bank statement
  • Copy or original of government check
  • Copy or original of paycheck
  • Copy or original of other government document that shows the voter’s name and an address
  • Government documents which include a photo must be original and cannot be copies