onight, Colin Allred defeated long-term incumbent Republican Pete Sessions to successfully flip Texas 32nd Congressional District.
Tonight, Texans pushed us forward towards a more perfect union, where everyone has a seat at the table. Texans made history sending the first two Latinas from our great state to Congress, Sylvia Garcia, and Veronica Escobar.
Texas Democrats Condemn Shady Tactics and Harassment from Congressman Carter’s Campaign Toward Hegar Family
While trick-or-treating yesterday, MJ Hegar and her family were harassed by members of Congressman John Carter’s campaign. Hegar discussed the incident in a video on Twitter. In the video, Hegar describes disturbing behavior from the Carter campaign, with individuals following the Hegar family in a truck and throwing candy at her children.
In another blow to Congressman John Culberson’s campaign, Houston Public Media issued a new report that says after almost 20 years in Washington, Congressman Culberson’s “record looks thin.”
With six days until election day, Congressman Will Hurd is again refusing to stand up for hardworking Texas families after President Donald Trump’s foolhardy, and unconstitutional proposal to end birthright citizenship through an Executive Order.
In case you missed it (but you probably haven’t!), Texas Democrat Sri Preston Kulkarni gained national attention for expanding outreach to AAPI voters, running phonebanks in over 13 languages, and leading a values-driven campaign with no corporate PAC money.
Eight days into early voting and Texans are voting in unprecedented numbers. Today, over three million Texans have voted in the 30 counties where most registered voters in the state live.
Less than two weeks ago, Texas Democrats hit the road on a whirlwind 10-day tour with stops in more than 50-cities, 4,700 miles, and more than 50 get-out-the-vote events to meet with Texans, share our vision, and fire up Democrats.
Pete Sessions Shows Out of Touch Ways (Again) with Racially Insensitive Comments to Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Fort Worth Star-Telegram profiled North Texas Republicans’ failed efforts to reach out to communities of color, leading Congressman Pete Sessions to make some deeply troubling comments to the Star-Telegram.