I am voting for JUDGE PETER SAKAI…
Supporter & Friend Anna Alvarado
I’ve known Peter since my days in high school and have known him to be a man of integrity. I have recently moved from Houston to San Antonio and have been a registered Republican since the 80’s, however, I will be crossing over to vote for Peter, not only because he is my dear friend but mainly because I have seen over the years, since he became a Judge, how much he cares about our children and families. I personally believe that the time has come for ALL AMERICANS to see candidates with integrity, a caring loving heart toward families, which are the foundation of our country. That said, I urge my fellow Republicans to vote for Peter, the candidate that will make things right and just!
Dr. T. Paul Furukawa, LMSW
and Lieutenant Colonel (Ret.) T. Paul Furukawa, Medical Service Corps, U.S. Army with his wife, Margaret Salvatierra-Earl
Shortly after I moved back to San Antonio in 1996, I joined the San Antonio Police Department (SAPD) as a social worker and program manager. Representing the SAPD, I was invited to speak to students and community members on a panel on social and criminal justice at a local university.Seated next to me on the panel was this distinguished and polished judge who described the law with clarity and how this was so important to concerned citizens.
He was as interested in my thoughts about treating and preventing domestic violence as I was about his views as a judge that tried family violence cases week after week. Judge Peter Sakai’s leadership in addressing domestic violence locally has kept Bexar County on the forefront of comprehensive municipal and county-wide planning. He has taken his expertise and compassion on this and other local issues to announce his running for Bexar County Judge, the leader of the County’s Commissioners Court.
When I asked Peter how I could help him, he responded: “I appreciate your support. May I ask for a campaign contribution to the Judge Peter Sakai for County Judge Campaign? You can send your check to the campaign address P.O. Box 15395, San Antonio, TX. 78212. Any amount would be deeply appreciated for County Judge. Your friendship and support are very much appreciated.” I understand that I was the Campaign’s first donor.
As you enjoy the holiday season and prepare for a busy 2022, please join me as we plan for Bexar County’s continued success and welcome the talented and compassionate Judge Peter Sakai as its next top leader.
Above: Adoption performed by Judge Sakai on December 20, 2007, for Priscilla Nash and her husband.
I met Judge Sakai along the campaign trail with my boss and a friendship began. He took time out of his schedule on this date (Picture Above). December 20, 2007, and he finalized our adoption of our son. Judge Sakai is a man of selflessness, compassion, integrity, honesty, and a friend to everyone he meets. – Priscilla Nash
This is my family now along with my brother sitting in front. The young man in the white shirt is the baby I’m holding on the picture above. The young woman in an orange t-shirt which was adopted during the mass adoption in 2005 started by Judge Sakai and Arabia Vargas. graduated last December with her bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M San Antonio.
We developed programs to address the needs of the children more than anything else at the time, and he put such personal interest in every aspect of those programs. He would come to the sessions; he would come to the graduation of the participants in celebrating families especially. In the 20-plus years that I have been with this agency, I have not seen any other judge take such personal interest.
Annette Rodriguez –
One of the things that really struck me about the judge is he really knows his community. He knows the families that are coming through his courts. From the bench, he’s able to identify the community needs, he’s able to identify the challenges that families are facing, and that children are facing. And so being able to sit down with him and have him talk about specific teen moms that have gone through his court was really amazing. And what it shared with me was that this was a man that was invested in his work, invested in our community, and invested in families.