People across this district are hungry for a new voice in Washington, one that inspires hope and is focused on creating jobs, protecting innocent life, and upholding our Constitutional rights. I pledge to work tirelessly every day to make the American dream possible for every citizen and family that calls District 28 home.” ~ Cassy
Casandra “Cassy” Garcia most recently served as U.S. Senator Ted Cruz’s Deputy State Director and was appointed by President Donald J Trump in July of 2020 to serve as Commissioner for the White House Hispanic Prosperity Initiative. Prior to joining Sen. Cruz’s office in 2013, Cassy served as regional field representative for Texas Commissioner of Agriculture serving as a liaison to agriculture, business and economic development organizations, at local, state and federal levels of government. She received a bachelor’s degree in communications and masters degree in public administration from the University of Texas – Pan American now known as the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. Cassy is a native of Edinburg, Texas.