Elect Rob Hostetler
First The People

For Texas Congressional District 20

I am running for the U.S. Congress where I am seeking election to Congressional District 20. U.S. Rep Joaquin Castro is the incumbent.

I am a Democrat. Become a part of DEMOCRATS FOR AMERICA!!*

I had campaigned and voted for John Kerry (2004) and Barack Obama (2008) – back in the day when they were both Democrats. Today they have both become a part of a satanic globalist cabal seeking the destruction of our nation. 

I am a retired military member of the United States Air Force where I had served my nation honorably for over twenty years and I want to serve my nation again as your representative in Congress.  During my tenure in the military, I was willing to lay down my life for my nation.  You won’t find many politicians ever willing to lay their life on the line, especially my opponent. I am seeking the support of Republicans, Democrats and Independents in CD-20.

Our nation and world need Love and I believe we must go back to One Nation Under God. The Love of God is not a religious but a Universal belief system.

I am not going to dwell too much about my opponent Joaquin Castro. It is no secret here in San Antonio that the Castro family had been the original founders of the racist group La Raza. That group seeks the return of Texas and other Southwestern states to Mexico. Perhaps we might need to build a wall around Texas. My opponent’s twin brother Julian wants to be our next president in 2020. That could very well happen where the Castro family’s dream of Texas going back to Mexico will be realized.

The choice is clear in this election. Do you want Texas to be returned to Mexico then vote for my opponent? Vote for me if you choose continued economic growth for Texas. This is not a Left or a Right issue but an American issue.

I believe I can reach out to both sides of the aisle by offering benevolent solutions and new ideas that will benefit ALL Americans.

The Castro brothers have an anti-America agenda that will create havoc in our city, our state, and nation. We cannot underestimate them.

Hire me to be your voice in Washington D.C. where I will look at all sides of an issue, without party bosses telling me how to vote. You can hire a robot or puppet for that.

Please support my campaign with your generous donations and vote.

May God bless you and continue to bless the United States of America.

Robert Hostetler,

SMSgt, USAF Retired

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Texas District 20 of the United States House of Representatives is a Congressional district that serves the western half of San Antonio and Bexar County in Texas. The district is heavily Latino/Hispanic (predominantly of Mexican descent), as is the surrounding area. Charlie Gonzalez, who represented the district from 1999 to 2013 after succeeding his father, Henry B. Gonzalez, did not seek re-election in the 2012 United States House of Representatives elections. State representative Joaquin Castro, the Democratic nominee to replace Gonzalez, defeated David Rosa, the Republican nominee, in the race for Texas's 20th district on November 6, 2012. His term began on January 3, 2013.

The 20th is a heavily Democratic district; it has not supported a Republican for president since 1956. In 1972, this was one of two congressional districts in the state of Texas to vote for George McGovern (the other being the 18th District in Houston). In 1984, this district gave Walter Mondale 59% of its vote.

Map of Congressional District 20