Democratic Candidate For Judge
County Court At Law No. 5

The May 24th Democratic Primary Run-off election is going on now and I need your help.
My promise to the great people of Cameron County is to respect all who enter my courtroom and treat them equally, just and fair under the law. Please take advantage of the wonderful voting privilege we have as US citizens. Take the people closest to you to the polls and cast your VOTE FOR CHUY!

“Bringing Integrity, Fairness, Justice And Respect For All”Jesus T. Garcia Jr.

Not Just Eligible, But Qualified

My opponents may be eligible to run for political office but I don’t believe they’re the most qualified.   Take a stand and choose the qualified candidate…Vote Chuy for Judge of Cameron County Court At Law No. 5!



  • San Benito High School – Class of 1994
  • Bachelor of Science from Texas A&M in College Station – Class of 1998
  • Doctor of Jurisprudence from Texas Southern Univeristy, Thurgood Marshall School of Law – Class of 2006



  • Cameron County District Attorney’s Office – August 2006 to August 2009
  • Misdemeanor Prosecutor – County Court At Law No. 1, County  Court At Law No. 2, County Court At Law No. 3
  • Felony Prosecutor – 197th Judicial District Court
  • Criminal Defense Attorney – August 2009 to Present
  • Mental Health Advocate – August 2009 to Present



  • Son of Educators: Jesus T. Garcia (Retired Teacher – San Benito ISD, 37 Years) and Nora Belinda Garcia (Retired Teacher – San Benito ISD, 37 Years)
  • Husband to Mayra M. Garcia and father of three: Angela Daniela, Jesus Tomas III, Julia Sophia
  • Life long parishioner of St. Theresa Catholic Church, San Benito, TX – Guitarist, Bass Player, Choir Member (1990 to present)



Important Information You Need To Know

Primary Election Early Voting begins on February 16, 2016 and will close on February 26, 2016.

General Election Early Voting begins on October 24, 2016 and will close November 04, 2016.

Primary Election Day is on March 1, 2016.

General Election Day is on Tuesday, November 8, 2016.

A ballot is a piece of paper used to cast votes in an election.Each voter uses one ballot, and ballots are not shared. In most elections, ballots are pre-printed to protect the secrecy of the votes. The voter casts his/her ballot in a box at a polling place.
A polling place is where voters cast their ballots in elections. Since elections generally take place over a one- or two-day span on a periodic basis, often annual or longer, polling places are usually located in facilities used for other purposes, such as schools, churches, sports halls and local government offices. The polling place is staffed by officials who monitor the voting procedures and assist voters with the election process.
Click on one of the following link:

Early Voting Polling Places

For election purposes, a county is subdivided into precincts and each address is assigned to a specific precinct. Each precinct has a specific location where its residents go to vote (polling place). Sometimes several precincts will use the same polling place. A 2004 survey by the United States Election Assistance Commission reported an average precinct size in the United States of approximately 1,100 registered voters.
Visit the Texas Secretary of State’s Office online using the following link. Choose an option from the drop down menu on right side of the page to confirm your identity and quickly login for voter precinct information.

Find My Voting Precinct

I’m With Chuy!

ELECTION DAY:   MAY 24, 2016

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Get in Touch With Chuy

We want to hear from you! If you have any questions or if you haven’t met Chuy yet, please contact our office today. You’ll be giving Chuy the wonderful opportunity to know you! He’ll gladly sit and talk with you about what’s important to you.


Address 1650 Paredes LIne Rd. #104

Phone 555.555.1234


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