Priorities

Education

Our current public education system is chronically underfunded and has systemic inequalities under which our students, teachers, and staff cannot thrive in.

To strengthen public education, we must increase the state’s share of funding and focus on special education and Pre-K.

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Healthcare

Nearly 1 in 5 Texas children don’t have health insurance (nearly twice the national average), mothers are dying in childbirth or right after at alarming rates, and many Texas families are one medical incident away from a financial emergency.

Medicaid expansion, mental health support, and addiction intervention will provide Texans access to the healthcare they need.

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Property Taxes

Budget cycle after budget cycle, the Texas Legislature has failed to adequately fund our schools leaving taxpayers to foot the bill.

Shifting the tax burden looks like appraisal reform, local options for freezing property taxes for seniors, and closed corporate property tax loopholes.

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Criminal Justice Reform

Texas has the 6th highest state imprisonment rate and growth for incarcerations spending has outpaced growth for education spending significantly in the past 20+ years.

Prioritizing community safety means shifting money and resources from prisons to diversion, treatment, and support services.

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Voting Rights

Former President Lyndon Johnson said, “the vote is the most powerful instrument ever devised by man for breaking down injustice.” Unfortunately…somebody forgot to tell the Texas Legislature.

We need to make it easier for all Texans to vote and have confidence in the electoral process.

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Environmental Protection

Our world’s climates are rapidly changing, and Texas is no exception.

Let’s continue to keep this a big state with bountiful open spaces and diverse ecosystems that we enjoy, and help drive our economy for generations to come.

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Local Control

The State Legislature cannot continually be at odds with city, county, and local elected leaders.

Local leaders are crucial to decision-making for the community and must be brought to the table to find innovative solutions to the pressing problems facing our state and local communities.

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