Early Voting Dates February 18-28 2020
Freddy Mendoza followed in the footsteps of his father by joining the Bexar County Sheriff’s Department at age 20, where he has served as a law enforcement officer for the past 27 years. Freddy Mendoza has placed his life on the line and will continue to uphold the position of County Commissioner of Precinct 1 with the same commitment to public service.
Freddy was born and raised in South San Antonio and graduated from McCollum High School. He began his college education at Palo Alto College before transferring to Wayland Baptist University, where he obtained both a Bachelor’s in Applied Science with a focus in Management and a Master of Business Administration. Throughout his career, he has met many of the residents of San Antonio, sharing precious moments of joy, sadness, and tears over the past two decades.
As County Commissioner of Precinct 1 in Bexar County, Freddy is committed to reducing wasteful spending, lowering the incarcerated population and reducing jail costs, improving dialogue throughout the community, strengthening the local business community and opposing any new taxes. His continued commitment to public safety will help shape a bright future for Bexar County.
Freddy and his wife Stephanie have three children. The eldest attends the University of Texas at San Antonio, the other attends Northwest Vista College, and the youngest is a high school student focusing in accounting. Stephanie is a graduate of South San Antonio High School and has worked on behalf of the public school district for more than 20 years. Stephanie's career started at South San Antonio ISD as a student worker but with hard work and dedication, she has climbed the ladder to become an administrator overseeing District budgets and Grants.