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Constable Leticia Rodriguez Vazquez Announces Bid For Re-Election

Monday, October 23,2023

           Bexar County, Texas: Precinct 2 Constable Leticia Rodriguez Vazquez has formally announced her bid for re-election. She was originally appointed by Bexar County Commissioners Court in 2019 to fulfill the vacancy left by the prior constable. She then faced off with ten opponents in the 2020 Democratic Primary. She subsequently won the Democratic Primary Runoff with 60% of the vote. Constable Vazquez was then overwhelmingly elected in the 2020 November General Election with 64% of the vote.


Surrounded by family, friends, and supporters, Constable Vazquez bolstered the work she and her administration have accomplished, which includes:

  • Placing Deputies In School Zones

  • Improving Civil Process Service

  • Increasing Law Enforcement Personnel

  • Working With Commissioners To Increase Deputy Pay

  • Re-establishing The Law Enforcement Training Center


During her campaign kickoff, Constable Vazquez stated, "While I consider myself an accidental politician, I have dedicated my life to protecting and serving Bexar County residents for over 29 years. As a lifelong enforcement officer and Precinct 2 resident, I remain committed to my community. Our work is not finished. I respectfully ask for your vote so we can continue to protect and serve the residents of Precinct 2".


Constable Vazquez has been endorsed by several elected officials, including Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar, Bexar County Judge Peter Sakai, Precinct 2 County Commissioner Justin Rodriguez, and several others.


For more information about Constable Vazquez or to see a complete list of endorsements visit


Contact: Robert Vargas III - Campaign Manager (210) 790-7979


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