Jaimy Blanco, was born and raised in, U.S. House District 29, for which she is running. She was a former member of TCT in Pasadena, Texas where she has served as a Bible quiz coach. Jaimy became an Orthodox Jew and is now an advocate for the Zionist movement. She has been a voice for the Hispanic Jew of ancestry that were expelled during the Spanish inquisition and Migrated to Mexico, Central American, North American and South America. She encourages them to find their jewish roots and return to Torah teachings. In hopes that they will return back home to Israel. Her aspirations was to become a missionary throughout the world. Therefore, she enrolled at the University of Houston Clear Lake, pursuing a Bachelor’s in Education. She obtained a Bachelor's in Biblical Studies from Purpose Institute. While she attended college, she worked as an apartment leasing agent, eventually obtaining her Realtor's license. She started investing in real estate to finance her mission work. She has invested in multi-family properties to make an impact on the community. Her success in real estate investments allows her to travel internationally to minister at orphanages, synagogues and churches as well as other charitable works. She has always had a passion for politics and has volunteered for numerous campaigns.
As a passionate resident of District 29, she is out to become a public servant to improve and make a difference in her community. She aligns with the Republican Party because of the biblical principles that make up the core of her platform. District 29, is seventy seven percent Hispanic and her mission is to be a voice for the people and represent their interests in Washington. She aims to be an example to her community and inspire them to find their purpose and dreams. She has worked helping the community with English classes, fighting high property taxes through the non-profit organization "Leaderes de la Comunidad", in which Jaimy serves as a donor and director. Additionally, she teaches real estate investment, and credit repair. She has worked tirelessly to empower and prepare the next generation.
Her mother of Jewish descent and a native of Nuevo Leon, Mexico, came to the United States pursuing her dream of becoming an American citizen. Growing up, Jaimy, was influenced by her mother who raised four children as a single parent on wages of a barber. Her father was born in Weslaco, Texas and he worked as a machinist being a card carrying member of the Steel Union.