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'He couldn't even do five push-ups': Julian Castro drags Ted Cruz on comedian's new talk show

This week, former San Antonio mayor Julian Castro made an appearance on the new Showtime series Ziwe. The 2020 presidential hopeful had an expansive conversation with comedian and host Ziwe Fumudoh. During the interview, the pair bounce from topics like conservative democrat and West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin to Texas' devastating winter storm (which proved difficult to address without a takedown of Senator Ted Cruz).
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Maya Wiley gets nod from former presidential hopeful Julian Castro

New York City mayoral hopeful Maya Wiley picked up an endorsement Saturday from former presidential hopeful Julian Castro with less than three weeks to go before the Democratic primary. “Maya has proven that she’s the candidate with the experience and strong vision to tackle New York’s biggest challenges,” said Castro...
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Julián Castro endorses Deborah Peoples for Fort Worth mayor

Julián Castro, a former secretary of Housing and Urban Development, is supporting Deborah Peoples in her bid for Fort Worth mayor. Peoples, a retired AT&T executive, is in a Saturday runoff with Mattie Parker, a former chief of staff to Mayor Betsy Price and the City Council. Castro was the mayor of San Antonio before serving as HUD secretary in the Obama Administration. He also ran for president as a Democrat in 2020.
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Scathing Condemnation of SB 7 During Press Conference with Julián Castro, Colin Allred, Joaquin Castro, Beto O’Rourke, Carol Alvarado, Jessica González, and Lina Hidalgo

AUSTIN, Texas — Sunday, Texas Democrats came together in a virtual press conference to condemn racist, ableist, anti-voter bill SB 7, which cleared the Texas Senate in the early hours of Sunday morning. Republicans have relied on shady dealings at every step to push this bill through the legislature in a flagrant assault on the voting rights of Black and Brown Texans, voters with disabilities, and working Texans — drawing widespread outrage from Texans, Democrats, voting rights allies, civil rights advocates, the business community, and the Biden Administration. The bill still needs to clear the Texas House tonight before it can head to the Governor’s desk and become law.
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