DATE: January 25, 2012

CONTACT: Amy Ellsworth • 512-809-6367 •

Hispanic Republicans of Texas Endorse Susan McCoy for Judge

Today the Hispanic Republicans of Texas (HRT) announced its endorsement of Susan McCoy’s campaign for State District Judge of the 153rd Judicial District in Tarrant County.

Susan McCoy’s reputation precedes her. She’s an outstanding attorney and is an excellent candidate for State District Judge of the 153rd Judicial District,” says George Antuna, Jr., co-founder of Hispanic Republicans of Texas. “HRT is proud to endorse and support Susan’s campaign in Tarrant County.”

I am honored to receive the endorsement of such an outstanding group that has successfully elected a number of conservative Hispanics to public office. I will use a conservative approach on the bench, using the Constitution as my guide in applying the law. If given the opportunity by voters, I will bring my years of experience to carry out justice in the 153rd District Court,” McCoy said of the endorsement from the Hispanic Republicans of Texas.

About Hispanic Republicans of Texas (

Hispanic Republicans of Texas, co-founded by George P. Bush, George Antuna, Jr. and Juan Hernandez, was established as an organization that will recruit, elect, support and defend Republican officeholders and candidates for state and local elected offices who share our common values of faith, family, lower taxes, less regulations and less government spending in order to promote individual prosperity and economic growth in Texas. Membership in the Hispanic Republicans of Texas PAC is open to all Texans who are interested in empowering the Hispanic community to leadership in government.

About Susan McCoy

McCoy is a well-respected and successful attorney. She has earned Best Lawyers in Texas distinction from Fort Worth Magazine. She is an active member of the Metroplex Republican Women’s Association, Republican Women of North Texas, Republican Women of Arlington, the Fort Worth Republican Women, as well as a number of other Republican clubs. A licensed attorney for nearly 20 years, McCoy received her undergraduate degree in political science from Texas A&M University before receiving her Juris Doctorate from the University of Houston School of Law. McCoy is a dedicated wife and mother of two.


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