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June 4, 2018

Contact: Debbie Ingram


Dallas County Commissioner Candidates to debate and discuss their positions on issues of importance to its constituents

Coppell Chamber of Commerce to host Governmental Affairs Luncheon and Round Table

Coppell, Texas --- The Governmental Affairs arm of the Coppell Chamber of Commerce has announced a round table discussion on June 13, 2018, from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM between all three Dallas County Commissioner candidates for District 2. Democrat Wini Cannon, Republican J.J. Koch, and Libertarian Alberto J. Perez will speak about issues of concern and importance to the district’s constituents.  

All media is invited to attend and cover this event; admission and lunch is free, however, the Coppell Chamber asks that you RSVP to confirm a headcount.

The Governmental Affairs Luncheon will take place on the second-floor conference room of the  

Coppell City Hall

Town Center

255 E. Parkway Blvd.

Coppell, TX 75019

For more information, please visit the event website:


A Vote For Alberto J. Perez is a Vote For A Stronger Dallas County.






March 21, 2018

Contact: Alberto J. Perez

Alberto J. Perez, educator & coach, launches bid to become

Dallas County Commissioner


Garland, Texas --- Vote for Alberto J. Perez, a socially progressive and fiscally moderate candidate For a Secure, Prosperous, and Stronger Dallas County; born and raised in South Texas, he rose from the struggles of the poorest region in the country to becoming a successful soccer coach & official and veteran educator in the Dallas area.  He is a first generation American son of immigrants. He is the first in his family to graduate college with Bachelors and Masters Degrees in Business. He is the former President of his university's Student Government Association. Now, Alberto Perez wants to take the same passion that drives him on the soccer field and in the classroom to work for YOUR best interests as your next County Commissioner.

“It is time to work for the people,” said Alberto Perez.   “I grew up in a part of the country where you earned what you obtained with your hard work.  Years of that hard work paid off and I was able to reach my academic goals.  I was also able to become a soccer coach and a teacher,” said Alberto.  “Where I grew up, the influences of other regions affected our political leaders.  They made sure that their time in politics benefitted them.  It is time for politicians to stop working for themselves.  My time as a coach and as a teacher have taught me that if you want to be successful in anything that you do, you work hard and listen to the advice of those you lead.  Listen to the people; they know what they need. They’ll tell you.  Work honestly for them in all you do, and with a lot of hard work and a little bit of luck, they’ll work hard for you too!”

One of Alberto’s priorities has been to promote health and sports amongst the youth. He played soccer from the age of four into his early twenties, finishing his career as a professional goalkeeper abroad. He has concurrently coached high school and club soccer, and gives back to his community as a current member of the United States Soccer Federation where he continues to referee into his 19th year!

Alberto Perez has been married for 14 years, has 3 children, and attends Central Park Church in Garland.  He is in his 13th year as a teacher, eleven of those with Dallas and Garland ISD, and began living in Dallas County in 2002.  He lives amongst us and is part of us.  He is ready to be given the opportunity to make a difference as Dallas County Commissioner for District 2.  Alberto Perez has worked hard to be successful and wants to make sure that that success now benefits you. 

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A Vote For Alberto J. Perez is a Vote

For Stronger Dallas County.


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