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Eric Holguin

Indivisible support

Mike Siegel for Congress - TX-10 June 29 2018·

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We send our thanks to Bastrop County Indivisible for nominating Mike Siegel for a national endorsement from the Indivisible Project! So far in this campaign, we have been lucky enough to work with folks from Bastrop as well as Indivisible Austin, TX-10 Indivisible, Indivisible Cedar Park, Indivisible Fayette County, Indivisible Cypress, Texas, Indivisible Katy Huddle, and Indivisible Rosedale Huddle! This movement is amazing, and we are honored to be a part of it.

If any of you are Indivisible members in TX10, two things: first, thank you! And second, the ballot concerning Mike's endorsement will be sent out June 30. Your vote will help us access a national audience and increase our ability to build the strongest campaign possible. We'll see you soon! — feeling excited with Hedrich Michaelsen, Carol Wheeler, Charlene Shafer, Tara Lynn, Jacob Aronowitz, Whitney Peek, Lisa B. Schneider, Lizza M. Harrison, BC Sweets, Robin Conklin, Madi Eden, Eric Holguin, Annie Hartnett, Annie Compton, Isaiah Garcia, Romteen Farasat, Ryan Rutan, Lorri Haden, Randy Wilson, Karen Collins, Aly Fitzpatrick, Lori Ice, Jim Fritz, Ryan Rust, Fred Infortunio, Victoria R. Trevino and Stacey Contreras at Bastrop County, Texas.

Progressive Center

Clayton Tucker October 15 2018:

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Jim Hightower, with Sylvia Campos, Joy Miller and Eric Holguin at Progressive Center for Studies and Culture, Inc.

Progressive Populist Hero Jim Hightower from the Lowdown and Our Revolution - Texas is coming to Corpus Christi to support our endorsed candidates Eric Holguin for US Congress D-27, Joy Miller for Corpus Christi City Council District 1 and Sylvia Campos for Corpus Christi City Council District 2. He’ll also give us the Lowdown on the Koch Brothers and how they are undermining democracy. Our candidates don’t take corporate PAC money.[1]

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