Manuel G. Chapa Jr. is a hardworking, lifelong Texan with a fierce dedication to preserving the values of the Lone Star State. As a diehard Republican candidate for Precinct Chair in Nueces County, Chapa exemplifies Texan courage, resilience, and indomitable spirit. Born on July 7, 1956, Chapa is proud of his family's lengthy and honorable heritage in Texas. Both sides of his family fought bravely at the Battle of San Jacinto, and their legacy of fortitude and valor clearly shows in Chapa, a 14th-generation Texan. The lessons of history, the price of freedom, and the valorous legacy of his ancestors resonate profoundly in his understanding of Article 1 Section 2 of the Texas Constitution. Chapa served in the U.S. Army for 27 years, retiring at the prestigious rank of Command Sergeant Major, an achievement testifying to his dedication and commitment to serving his country and his fellow citizens. Today, as a retired Army officer, Chapa is eager to continue serving his community in a new way by representing his constituents at the precinct level. Amid his Military career, Chapa became a father of five. His strong family ties now extend to his fourteen grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren, all of whom are proud Texans, adding a unique depth and diversity to his understanding of family values. Chapa is running his campaign with the same commitment to duty that he had while serving his country. With his eyes set on the Precinct 21 Chair in Nueces County, he has vowed to prioritize the spirit and values of Texas above all else. He signed the TEXAS FIRST pledge as part of the Take Texas Back initiative, promising to protect and uphold the fundamentals of the Texas Constitution. Above all, Chapa wishes to use his position to ensure a bright and prosperous future for all Texans, just as his ancestors fought to do more than a century ago. As a candidate, Chapa is a beacon of strength, principle, and dedication, qualities deeply ingrained in the very soul of Texas. He stands ready to serve, sworn to defend, and dedicated to putting Texas first.
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