Attorney General


Rochelle Garza of Brownsville became an attorney in 2013 and practiced with the law firm of Garza & Garza PLLC until 2019 when she became a staff attorney for American Civil Liberties Union (ALCU) – Texas. She has fought for reproductive rights for immigrant teens in detention, including the Garza v. Hargan case which now benefits teens in custody. She served as a board member of the Moody Clinic, a rehabilitation services provider for children with disabilities, and was chair of the Brownsville Ethics Advisory Commission. She is on the boards of Jane’s Due Process, the State Bar of Texas’ Laws Relating to Immigration and Nationality Committee, and the Cameron County Bar Association. She is a graduate of Brown University and the University of Houston Law Center.

Republican runoff candidates:

Current officeholder: Ken Paxton 

George P. Bush


Joe Jaworski is a former mayor of Galveston, Texas. A third generation Texas trial attorney, he earned a bachelor’s degree from North Carolina’s Davidson College and his law degree from the University of Texas at Austin. He owns The Jaworski Law Firm, headquartered in Galveston. He specializes in mediating Defense Base Act claims, mediating hundreds of claims annually domestically and abroad; these are the claims brought by military contractors for personal injuries His grandfather, Leon Jaworski, was a special prosecutor in the Watergate episode in the Nixon Administration.