Lissa Squires For The Democratic Nomination In Texas U.S. House District 7
In the ongoing Texas Democratic primary runoff voting, I’m support Lissa Squiers in the 7th Congressional district.
(Above is a photo of Ms. Squiers noting something that I’m certain was important.)
The incumbent in this race is Republican right-wing extremist John Culberson. Ms. Squiers’ opponent in the runoff is energy attorney James Cargas.
Ms. Squiers is an energetic and progressive local Democratic leader who will work hard to win a Republican-leaning district.
When no Democrat challenged Mr. Culberson in 2010, Ms. Squiers took up the fight as a write-in.
Ms. Squiers can always be counted on for leadership and for hard work in the service of others.
I know Lissa and I trust her to advocate for all people in the 7th district with consistently progressive views, and, also, to give Mr. Culberson a strong challenge.
While almost all of the Democratic establishment has supported other candidates in the nominating process for the 7th Texas U.S. House district, Ms. Squiers finished a strong first in the multi-candidate first round of the vote with 40%. This good showing was due to the fact that Ms. Squires works hard and is able to connect with voters.
Please consider helping Ms. Squiers get to 50% in the runoff.
Primary Runoff Day is Tuesday, July 31. Early voting ends on Friday, July 27.
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