Hagan-Hernandez runoff

David Hagan, left, and Ashley Hernandez will face each other in the July runoff election for the GOP nomination for Victoria County tax assessor-collector.

The two Republican candidates seeking to become Victoria County’s next tax assessor-collector say their individual experiences and goals for the office make them the best candidate for the job.

Ashley Hernandez, who took about 46% of the vote in the primary election in March, said she has the foundation and experience needed to be a successful leader from her 13 years of working in the tax office.

Morgan Theophil covers local government for the Victoria Advocate. She can be reached at 361-580-6511, mtheophil@vicad.com or on Twitter.

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Rick Dockery

Ms. Hernandez is self made and has earned a shot to lead. Mr. Hagan has had his opportunity.

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