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Texas Democratic Party Chairman Gilberto Hinojosa Releases Statement on the Swearing In of Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson

AUSTIN, Texas — Today, Texas Democratic Party Chairman Gilberto Hinojosa released the following statement on the swearing in of now-Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court:. “As this term’s rulings have shown in the most painful ways, this Supreme Court has rapidly become a wrecking ball against Americans’...
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Texas Democratic Party Chairman Gilberto Hinojosa Releases Statement on Results of Special Election in CD-34

BROWNSVILLE, Texas — Today, Texas Democratic Party Chairman Gilberto Hinojosa released the following statement on the results of the Special Election in CD-34: “Despite flooding South Texas with over three million dollars in far-right dark money – in a special election called by the Governor at a time specifically chosen to give Republicans an overwhelming advantage – Republicans could barely squeak out a win in CD-34.
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Texas Democrats Julián Castro, Joaquin Castro, Marc Veasey, Sheila Jackson Lee, Sylvia Garcia, Gilberto Hinojosa and Texans Affected by this Crisis Host Virtual Press Conference Admonishing Failed Republican Leadership the Past 20 Years and the Crisis We See in Texas Right Now

AUSTIN, Texas — Earlier today, Texas Democrats hosted a press conference assailing Republican leadership that has led Texas into the crisis that we see today. Texas Republican Governor Greg Abbott is the worst Governor in modern Texas history. Whether it’s Hurricane Harvey, Texas’ abysmal COVID-19 response, slow vaccine distribution, or now, his failure to plan for and respond adequately to this energy crisis, Greg Abbott fails time and time again to meet the moment. To make matters worse, his priority is consistently passing blame off rather than seeking solutions that help Texans.
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