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Mon, Mar 29



Hispanics in Texas, the growing powerhouse of the conservative movement

Abraham Enriquez & John Pence

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Hispanics in Texas, the growing powerhouse of the conservative movement
Hispanics in Texas, the growing powerhouse of the conservative movement

Time & Location

Mar 29, 2021, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM

Midland, 105 N Main St, Midland, TX 79701, USA

About the Event

Abraham Enriquez:

Abraham Enriquez is the Founder and President of Bienvenido US, an organization dedicated to mobilizing, enhancing, and empowering Hispanics to promote the principles of individual liberty and sound policy.

With representation in Texas, Florida, Arizona, Pennsylvania, and Georgia, Bienvenido is one of the nation's fastest-growing organizations. At just 26-years-old, Abraham shaped Bienvenido to play a pivotal role in advancing policies that uplift the Hispanic community throughout the Trump administration. Abraham has appeared as a Spanish news commentator and has been published and featured in several news stories. During the 2020 elections, Abraham partnered with other conservative organizations to lead one of the most extensive voter outreach programs. He specifically focused on the Latino vote and increased the Latino voter turnout throughout the country. Abraham has been recognized as a "rising star" by the RNC.

Abraham graduated in 2018 from Abilene Christian University with a Bachelor's degree in Political Science with double minors in International Business and Spanish with a concentration in Pre-Law. Abraham loves to visit Mexico, where he helps his grandparents in church ministry. He can also be found back home in Lubbock, Texas where he serves as an ordained minister.

John Pence:

John Pence brings extensive experience in political and public affairs, strategic communications, and digital strategy. From 2016 through 2020, John was the youngest Senior Advisor for the Trump-Pence presidential campaign––reporting directly to former President Donald Trump, former Vice President Mike Pence, and senior White House leadership.

John worked closely with the Republican National Committee to organize the largest grassroots operation in American history. John was also co-chair for the former President's young professionals fundraising committee, building an expansive network of young conservative leaders and entrepreneurs across America. As a surrogate for Republican candidates, John appeared on CSPAN, CBS, Fox News, CNN Español, Univision, Telemundo, and hundreds of local affiliates to support Republican candidates up and down the ticket between 2018 and 2020. John also keynoted events in over 20 states.

John is fluent in Spanish. During his work in presidential politics, John reached audiences beyond politics––becoming a leading voice for the cause of Freedom and Democracy in Venezuela. John is a known Spanish-Speaking commentator on human rights, foreign affairs, and politics, often appearing in Texas, Arizona, and Florida.

Prior to forming Pence Strategy Group, John practiced corporate law in Indiana and worked in several Latin American countries as a research and English teacher. His father in Congressman Greg Pence of Indiana's 6th congressional district and his uncle is former Vice President Mike Pence.

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