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After some heartfelt discussions with some local civic mentors in 2018, I felt motivated to pursue governmental office. The overwhelming spirit of determination and months of contemplation have prepared me to announce proudly my candidacy for the 2020 elections for Bexar County Constable Precinct 4.
I am the proud mother of two adult sons that I love dearly. They keep me inspired, motivated and supportive in my decision to seek office. I am also blessed to be a survivor of Ovarian and Breast Cancer. My medical struggles and journey enabled me to embrace my internal strength, modesty, and humanitarian nature. Having two stints with cancer has also allowed me to advocate for cancer awareness and support community engagement projects.
This November, I will have achieved 18 years of service with the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office, where I have attained the rank of sergeant and during that time, I have been actively engaged in community relations where I have occupied various positions. I have served on the honor guard, mounted patrol, along with a variety of groups relative to law enforcement, advisory, curriculum and union committees.
As a previous small business owner, I come from humble beginnings with strong ethical beliefs and convictions. “Nothing is given, and everything is earned” is my motto. Excitement at best describes my thought process regarding the possibility of serving the citizens of my community. 52 years of trials and tribulations have prepared me to be your next Bexar County Constable! I respectfully request your vote of confidence and support.
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While campaigning, I had the privilege of attending the initial discussions pertaining to the Juneteenth holiday at a community event sponsored by Neka Cleaver. The community spoke and Mayor Nuremberg placed the holiday request into action￼￼￼.
It was awesome to see this Community request ￼come into fruition ￼and to celebrate with the mayor on this historical holiday! ...
Today Asst. Chief Smith debuts his “Walk A Mile In My Shoes” a community-based program designed to Strengthen ￼relationships between the community & law-enforcement￼.
Smith says it’s about teaching police and communities to build relationships and a good rapport. The program should be fluid and adaptable to fit into the communities where officers work.
Great job AC Smith 👍 ...