Honoring our Veterans


Today, on Veterans Day, we officially pay tribute to the men and women who have bravely served and sacrificed for our country. Their service has made it possible for us to enjoy the many freedoms - small and large - which we far too often take for granted.

I hope you took a moment today not only to remember those sacrifices, but also to thank the men and women who served and to thank their families as well.  As the son of a serviceman, I know full well that the families of our men and women in uniform also make tremendous sacrif

We did it!


It`s been a wild few days and I`m just now coming up for air. I feel hugely privileged, incredibly fortunate, and tremendously humbled.

The voters have elected me the next member of Congress from District 23. As a kid who grew up in a

Polls are open – please vote today


It`s here. Election Day.

Polls are now open. If you haven’t voted yet, please go now and make sure you get your friends, colleagues, co-workers and family to vote.

It has been a long campaign, but I want to ask you for your vote one more time.  And, I want you to know that I am tremendously grateful for your support.

If you need to know where your polling place is, you can click here.

Latest Gallego Ad: Quico Canseco’s Wrong Choices on Immigration

Video 10/31/2012

The Gallego for Congress campaign released its newest television ad, which will start airing tonight in San Antonio. Gallego for Congress campaign manager Anthony Gutierrez is an El Paso native who attended college and ran numerous campaigns in San Antonio.

“A Hispanic last name is the only thing Congressman Canseco shares with the Latino community,” said Gallego for Congress campaign manager Anthony Gu

Gallego Highlights Stark Contrast with Canseco on DREAM Act

In Highly Competitive Hispanic District, DREAM Act Playing Pivotal Role in Closing Days 10/31/2012

The Gallego for Congress campaign today held a press conference condemning Congressman Canseco’s opposition to the DREAM Act and his recent statements calling the new deferred action policy unconstitutional. The DREAM Act would allow young people who came to this country as children and stayed out of trouble to earn citizenship if they go to college or join the military. The Deferred action policy protects students from deportation and lets them apply for work permits so that their lives are not on hold until Congress passes the DREAM

Del Rio News-Herald Endorses Gallego

Gallego deserves your vote 10/28/2012


Congress, District 23

Canseco to U.S. Border Cites: Admit You’re Not Safe

Press Release 10/30/2012

Congressman Quico Canseco has in the past, falsely stated that bombs were going off in El Paso when it was actually happening in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. When given an opportunity to correct his mistake by the El Paso Times, Congressman Canseco refused to back down and instead suggested that FBI statistics, which list El Paso as the safest large city in the country, were flawed. In a recent radio interview, when asked about his position on border security, Canseco suggested that border cities just need to admit that they’re not safe. The

BREAKING: Quico Canseco Says Deferred Action is Unconstitutional

Press Release 10/30/2012

* En español debajo*

Congressman Quico Canseco, who has frequently voiced his opposition to the DREAM Act, had remained largely silent on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) proposal that would grant work permits to immigrants students who came to this country as children, graduate from high school, and stay out of trouble. On Sunday, Quico Canseco said the deferred action

Our Ground Game


In this election, millions of dollars have been spent on television, hundreds of thousands of pieces of mail have been delivered and there have been countless news stories.

But in the end, the one and only metric that matters is votes.

That’s why our field team has been working night and day for months to contact and identify potential supporters so that they can now make sure our voters get to the polls.

To date, our field team has made 200,000 voter contacts. In the past w

El Paso Could Hold the Key


“El Paso could hold the key for Gallego.”  – San Antonio Express-News


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