Manny Ramirez is a native Texan who was born and raised in the heart of Fort Worth. He is a steadfast Christian and married to the love of his life, Fabiola Ramirez. Together they have three beautiful daughters, Sofia, Mia, and Penelope. Manny is an Alumnus of W.E. Boswell High School, Tarleton State University, and Texas Christian University. He has dedicated his life to serving a higher purpose and has protected and served our community as a police officer for over a decade. Manny has served as a Patrol Officer, Gang Enforcement Officer, Hostage Negotiator, Robbery Detective, and Sergeant.
Manny is currently serving as the President of the Fort Worth Police Officers Association, where he represents 1,700 sworn police officers. Manny was appointed by Governor Greg Abbott to serve on the Board of Directors for the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (TxDMV.) Manny manages a multi-million dollar budget and is responsible for the direction of the Fort Worth Committee for Public Safety. Recently, Manny helped solve the 1.6 billion dollar Fort Worth pension shortfall and crafted a solution that had no negative impact on our taxpayers. Manny fights for taxpayers on the local, state, and national level, ensuring that public safety remains a top priority for our elected lawmakers. Manny has owned and operated a small business and knows that capitalism is the engine that drives our country.
Manny's blue-collar upbringing taught him the value of hard work and dedication and more importantly taught him that if you want something you have to work for it. His experience managing multi-million dollar budgets has taught him the importance of fiscal responsibility. Manny is dedicated to working hard to create a better future for his children, his community, and his country.