Winning a Texas for the many.
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Heidi Sloan is a farmer, organizer, and democratic socialist running for Congress, fighting for Medicare for All, a Green New Deal, worker’s rights, and safety and liberation for marginalized people.
Heidi is rejecting ALL corporate donations and developer dollars. Her campaign is sustained by grassroots donors like you.
“Electoral politics are only part of the equation, that we have got to organize — build strength in our families, workplaces, and communities … I want to push into this idea that electoral politics can be a platform for organizing.”
“We are running a campaign for people in this district to have a voice. [...] But electoral politics without community organizing, without issue-based organizing and a platform that empowers people, is electoral politics that will keep us exactly where we have been.”
“Roger Williams is the millionaire Republican who owns used car dealerships that he inherited from his father. He never comes to the district unless it’s for closed door fundraisers, and I got receipts man – he is Wells Fargo, he is Goldman-Sachs, he is developers and mortgage insurance companies, that is his entire list of supporters.”
“Hey y'all, my name is Heidi Sloan, and I'm a candidate for US Congress in Texas's 25th District. I've spent the last 7 years farming at a nonprofit housing community for the chronically homeless, and before that I taught toddlers with disabilities in public schools.”
“We can actually solve for those [problems] by solving for human dignity and human rights as a whole and...we don't have to say it's a trade off. We can say that when we center folks who have been on the front lines, folks who have been most impacted by the social and economic system, life looks better for all of us.”
US HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
The 25th House District represents Bosque, Burnet, Coryell, Hamilton, Hill, Johnson, Lampasas, and Somervell counties and parts of of Bell, Erath, Hays, Tarrant, and Travis counties.
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