Victor Hernandez, District 1
Victor Hernandez was elected to the Lubbock City Council in June 2010. District 1 is located in northeast Lubbock, with population of more than 32,000 (56 percent Hispanic, 31 percent Anglo, and 9 percent African-American).
Mr. Hernandez has been married for 25 years to Justice of the Peace, Pct. 3, Aurora Chaides-Hernandez, J.D., B.S.N.R.N., B.S. The Hernandez' have four children: their oldest daughter is attending Notre Dame University, the two middle children attend Lubbock High School and their youngest son attends Hutchinson Middle School.
Mr. Hernandez earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at El Paso (B.B.A.) and his law degree from the Texas Tech University School of Law.
Mr. Hernandez, attorney and counselor at law since June 1989 (20+ years), is the sole proprietor of Victor Hernandez Law Offices.
In addition to being an attorney and former city councilman, Mr. Hernandez is a veteran of Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm (Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iraq - 1990-1991). Having received his commission in the United States Army through the University of Texas at El Paso R.O.T.C. program, Mr. Hernandez ultimately attained the rank of Captain and was assigned as the local (Lubbock) reserve units' assistant legal officer (0413th Civil Affairs Unit), as well as given additional duties of morale officer overseas.
Concurrently with his law practice, Mr. Hernandez is a Lubbock City Councilperson. In June 2010, Mr. Hernandez was re-elected as a City Council representative to District 1, in which he previously served from 1993-2004. Also, he assumed not only a local leadership role but leadership roles at both state (President, Association of Hispanic Municipal Officials) and national levels (President, Hispanic Elected Local Officials).
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