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Poncho Nevarez to hold Town Hall on September 20

District 74 Texas State Representative Alfonso “Poncho” Nevarez will be hosting a town hall meeting in Eagle Pass on Wednesday September 20, 2017 at 7:00 pm.

The community is invited to join in on the town hall conversation where Nevarez will address many issues including the last legislative session, concerns of the community, and where the area and state are headed to during the next session. “I am looking forward to meet up with my constituents and address the legislative session and where we have been and also where we are headed to as a region and also as a state in the near future. I want to take the time and invite each and everyone to join me in my hometown of Eagle Pass on Wednesday September 20, 2017 at 7:00 pm.” Nevarez will be addressing many issues and explain some of the actions taken by the legislature this past session and also touch base on what pieces of legislature he was able to pass and back up and stand firm with or against for the betterment of our community and state. Nevarez will also be taking questions from those in attendance.

Representative Alfonso “Poncho” Nevárez is serving his third term as the State Representative for House District 74, which includes the counties of Brewster, Culberson, Hudspeth, Jeff Davis, Kinney, Loving, Maverick, Pecos, Presidio, Reeves, Terrell, and Val Verde.

During his time in office Nevarez has won the respect of his peers who have adjointed to various Committees including the Homeland Security and Public Safety Committee where he serves as Vice Chair. He is also a member of the Natural Resources Committee, General Investigating and Ethics Committee, and the Calendars Committee.

Nevarez has also seen some controversial moments during his tenure including having his life threatened by a member of a Pro Gun Rights Open Carry Group back in 2015. Nevarez also had a run in with one of his colleagues over immigration issues almost coming to blows as Nevarez stood strong with the people.

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