Stop Republican Men from Determining our Federal Priorities and Agenda
Over 51 % of Americans are Female yet over 80% of the decision makers in the U.S. Congress are Male!
Let's send more Progressive Women to Congress. In the US-Texas First Congressional District (East Texas), Dr. Shirley J. McKellar, PhD, (maj., ret.) is challenging GOP/Tea Party extremist Louie Gohmert.
Down on the Gulf Coast in US-TX 10 Congressional District, Tawana Cadien is challenging the richest man in the US Congress. Incumbent McCaul has become wealthy off of his father-in-law's right wing media empire. They are the folks who pollute the air waves with FOX NEWS radio, produce the Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity shows as well as the Dan Patrick Show.
Both McKellar and Cadien are R.N., administrators.
These are exceptionally "intellectually sharp" ladies. Their minds instantly connect the dots when examining complex policies, translating the data into the impact it has or will have on the lives and health of people.
These women are problem solvers. They have done their homework, have multiple degrees and have strong track records as business and civic leaders. They have multiple degrees and years of service to the community and leadership in business. We need them in Congress.
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