• Putting People First and Bringing Solutions.

  • Partnering for a Better Future for El Paso.
    Safer Schools and Equal Rights for a better Education.
    ​Veterans and Elderly issues.
    ​State Funding for small businesses.

  • Your contribution will benefit the Homer Reza campaign.
    Donate today!

State Representative District 77

Political ad paid for by Tony Reza, Campaign Treasurer 1302 Montana, El Paso TX 79902

Putting People First and Bringing Solutions.

Homer Reza is ready and willing to work for you.
Partnering for a Better Future for El Paso.

Building on the concept of Partnering for a Better Future for El Paso, I will work with all facets of local govermment to ensure that the needs of this community are well represented and supported at the State level. 

Safer Schools and Equal Rights for a better Education.

I believe that every child should have an equal right to an education and more importantly, I will work to make sure our schools are safe from gun violence by strengthening protection.

Veterans and Elderly issues.

I will also address the veteran and elderly issues so that each individual enjoys a better quality of life.

​State Funding for small businesses.

I will work on streamlining the ease of access of state services so that small businesses can have access to state funding and individuals can have access to needed programs.

Meet Homer Reza

I was born in Torreon, Mexico in 1950, and migrated to El Paso in 1956. Although I am fluent in English and Spanish, I entered the school system not knowing a word of English. I attended Burleson Elementary, Henderson Middle School and graduated from Jefferson High School. During that time, I became a U.S. citizen. While attending Jefferson High School, I was named Senior Class President and received a scholarship from the Downtown Lions Club. I was also awarded the Regional Boy of the Year in 1966 from the El Paso Boy’s Club. In my junior year at Jefferson, I lost my father to an auto accident, which forced me to drop my major sports, and start working after school. It was a traumatic time in my life as a 16-year-old young man. After high school, I earned a Political Science degree from UTEP in 1972.

After my college graduation, and now a young father of two, I worked for IBM, and later, Eastman Kodak in Houston. Although I lived in Houston to raise my family, El Paso has always been my home; it’s where my heart is and the community I want to serve.

While working at IBM and Eastman Kodak for a total of 22 years, I developed a strong background in business development and sales management by working in many different sectors, including government, private industry, education, and the Maquiladoras. Now, in my most recent role as an Independent Insurance Agent at the Homer Reza Agency, I have honed my skills in customer service, working strictly with the senior market.

In my personal life, I married my high school sweetheart, Margarita Reza, and we celebrated 50 years together in 2023. We have four children: Sophia Monica Reza, a former KTSM Anchor/Reporter in El Paso from 1999-2005, and current Marketing Project Manager for Androvett Legal Media and Marketing in Dallas; Isabel Reza White, an assistant principal at Jefferson High School; Homero Reza Jr., a financial representative for Charles Schwab in Austin, and Gabriel A. Reza, a director of sales for Southwest United States for Arneta and living in Houston. I also have 4 grandchildren: Bryce and Caden White, Elliot and Francesca Reza.

Since returning to El Paso in 1994, I have been involved in several organizations in my community. Among them has been serving as Vice-President for the El Paso Boys and Girls Club of El Paso Alumni Club. Giving back to the club was something I enjoyed tremendously. I was also a member of LULAC Council 132, where I served as Chairman of Fiesta De Las Flores 4 different times: 2003, 2004, 2007, and 2008. In addition, I served as commissioner for the City Plan Commission in 2006 and served as Chairman of the Board for Project Amistad in 2005 and 2006. In my most recent involvement, I served as co-chair for the El Paso County Advisory Redistricting Commission in 2021.

Politically, I ran for Texas State Representative in 2000 against the incumbent Paul Moreno. Although I did not win, the El Paso Times gave me a positive review. (See attachment).

My experience in the corporate world coupled with my community involvement have sharpened my skills and have given me a strong background in many different areas. With my seniority level and diverse skill set, I am well-equipped and ready to take on the challenging role of Texas State Representative.

Homero y Margarita Reza

Margarita with Homero Jr. and Gabriel Reza

Sophia Monica Reza and Isabel White

Visiting with members of Wellington  Chew Senior Center

Working with a senior member addressing her needs

"El Paso Times Endorsement in 2000"

Homer Reza, who shows great political potential.  

Reza, an El Paso businessman, is well prepared for this race and armed with numerous brilliant ideas, dedication to duty and fondness for his community.

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Phone:  915 - 279 - 6725