(Austin, TX) – Today Texans for Senator John Cornyn (TFSJC) announced five exciting additions to the campaign field staff. And after completing a training program in Austin last week, which included a presentation on Hispanic voter outreach by the Republican Party of Texas, these new team members are prepared to lead the effort to identify and mobilize supporters of Senator Cornyn all across the state.
“Texans will see an aggressive grassroots campaign with a presence in all 254 counties and in every city across the state,” said TFSJC Campaign Manager Brendan Steinhauser. “And through our Keep It Red campaign, we’re identifying supporters across the state and equipping them with the tools to fight President Obama’s Battleground Texas and the effort to turn Texas blue.”
For more information on TFSJC’s Keep It Red campaign, visit www.keepitred.com.
Vincent Kalkofen, Field Representative – Austin
Vincent previously worked as Outreach Manager at Empower Texans, a leading conservative grassroots organization based in Austin. Vincent is a native of Weslaco, TX.
Lucia Rios, Field Representative – San Antonio
Lucia has previously worked for the Greater San Antonio Area Chamber of Commerce, Gov. Rick Perry’s campaign, and U.S. Rep. Quico Canseco’s campaign. A Laredo native, Lucia is fluent in Spanish and graduated from The University of Texas at San Antonio.
Alisa Merritt, Field Representative – Houston
Alisa spent seven years working for Sen. Cornyn as a legislative aide in his Senate office. She is a native of Houston.
James Ross, Field Representative – Houston
James has been very active with Young Republicans, leading Hispanic outreach efforts in Cameron County. A native of Brownsville and fluent in Spanish, James also serves in the Texas Army National Guard.
Amy Miller, Field Representative and Social Media Coordinator – Dallas/Fort Worth
Amy combines legislative experience with grassroots activism and advanced social media skills. She is a graduate of Purdue University and received her J.D. from Michigan State University.