A lifelong District 3 resident, Roy Aguillon became interested in public service at a very early age.
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Inspired by his father’s commitment to country while serving in the Navy, Roy began volunteering to help candidates he believed in before he was even old enough to vote. When his father returned from four tours overseas, Roy had entered McCollum High School’s prestigious Leadership Academy.
His focus on education and public service continued during his years at William Penn University. Midway through his college studies, President Obama called on Roy to help with his reelection bid and Roy relocated to Miami, Florida.
After President Obama’s reelection, Roy used his new skill set to open up a small political technology business. Sketched out on the back of a United Airlines napkin on a flight back to San Antonio, Roy knew that by applying what he had learned he could grow his business and help bring jobs to his community. Operating in 17 states and Canada, Roy used his newfound small business success to buy a home in City Council District 3.
Upon his return to San Antonio, Roy went to work for Congressman Pete Gallego as a Field Representative. Under Congressman Gallego’s leadership, Roy learned about many of the issues that San Antonio residents face daily.
When City Council decided to rezone the Mission Trails development and then subsequently displace it's residents, Roy heard the call to serve. Roy believes that the citizens of District 3 need a fighter that will not back down to pressures from outside of the district. Roy is a proven leader determined to make the community that he loves a better place.
Roy attended the San Antonio Professional Fireghters Political Training Seminar and earned the endorsement from the Association for his dedication and committment to improving the community and protecting the citizens of City Council District 3.