Oscar Silva

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Oscar Silva is a native Texan and Battleground Texas’ Executive Director. Before returning to Texas in 2012, Oscar led the Latino vote efforts in North Carolina for Organizing for America — President Obama’s reelection campaign. Latino organizing and constituency groups engagement — students, women, faith-based, and LGBTQ+ — are at the core of Oscar’s focus. He holds a BBA in Economics, a BBA in International Business, and a BS in Public Administration from Baylor University. Oscar has 6 years of experience working in local, state and national political campaigns. Before returning to Battleground Texas in 2015, he worked as the Director of Community Affairs, and Media Relations for State Senator Jose Rodriguez.[1]