Texas Border Business
By Roberto Hugo González
Houston City Council District J has found a fresh and committed candidate in Ivan Sanchez. An aspiring public servant, he embodies what it means to be a politician of the future today, taking an active and hands-on role in the welfare and progress of his community.
More Than Just Promises. Sanchez’s campaign is not confined to speeches and promises. He is out there mingling with the community, cleaning, planting trees, and celebrating job fairs. This hands-on approach makes him one-of-a-kind, demonstrating a genuine concern for his community. Moreover, he advocates for increased police staffing and overtime, emphasizing that safety in Houston is a non-negotiable priority.
A Crusade Against Child Sex Trafficking. One of Sanchez’s critical concerns is the alarming issue of child sex trafficking. He is not afraid to pose questions that open our eyes to this horror: the staggering number of trafficked persons globally and the frightening prominence of the illicit trafficking industry in the United States.
Sanchez’s statement is clear: “The first step to combating evil is to identify it. Far too many Houstonians are unaware of the scale of sex trafficking in our city.” In a bid to increase awareness, he and his team will be hosting their first “Road To Freedom: Caravan To End Sex-Trafficking” on August 13, 2023.
A Community Together. The event will be held at the Sharpstown Mall Parking lot, beginning with decorating vehicles with facts about sex trafficking. The gathering will continue with a press conference, interdenominational prayers, and a caravan to rally against the evil of child trafficking. The aim is to unify the community against this menace and declare collective strength and will.
In conclusion, his activities always include the community, like BLOCK WALK CLEAN UP, an initiative to spend an hour cleaning up litter from District J during regular block walks, promoting a cleaner neighborhood.
Road To Freedom: Caravan To End Sex-Trafficking: An open invitation to the public to join the fight against child trafficking in Houston.
Rise Houston Job Fair on August 14: An opportunity to connect job seekers, employers, and community members to uplift the community.
Additionally, videos of the team planting trees and cleaning up District J’s Forum Park are available online, showcasing the tangible efforts being made to enhance the community’s environment.
A Vision for Generations to Come. Sanchez’s message is simple yet profound, he said, “together, we can create a greener, healthier, and more vibrant environment for generations to come. His actions speak louder than words, and his innovative approach towards community engagement makes him an exemplary public servant of the future Today. Those interested in joining these efforts can find more information on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/evenMolinats/253163577577998)
and YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/shorts/7NSIQFrSaG4)