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Rebecca Viagran serves San Antonio City Council, District 3—an area encompassing part of San Antonio’s Southside where she grew up. Some of

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All five candidates running for Arlington City Council, District 3 are women. We asked them a few questions for our lighting round

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Molly Lubbock is currently running for a position on the Falls City ISD Board of Trustees. She has been an integral part

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Lauren Doherty serves in Place 3 (at-large) on the City Council in Allen, a city north of Dallas. She made local news

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Hosanna Yemiru is a rising example of an immigrant Black woman finding her way through the United States political landscape. Despite being

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Jada Andrews-Sullivan currently represents District 2 on the San Antonio City Council, a position she was elected to as a first-time candidate.

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Shevann Steuben currently serves as the Texas NAACP Youth and College Division President, having been elected in the fall of 2019. In

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Amy Kroll directs the LBJ Women’s Campaign School, a University of Texas program that trains women to run for office and seek

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Dr. Adriana Rocha Garcia represents District 4 on San Antonio’s City Council, covering a portion of the city’s South side. In this

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A Texas girl at heart, Teneshia Hudspeth is Harris County’s newly elected clerk—the first Black woman to ever hold this position. Born

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Born in Copenhagen, Denmark and raised in Providence, Rhode Island but a Texan at heart, Deb Armintor made history for receiving more

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MacKenzie Jenkins is an inspiring, passionate advocate for human rights education. She founded Justice She Wrote in 2016, while pursuing a major

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Melissa Cabello Havrda sits in the District 6 seat for San Antonio City Council, the district she was born and raised in.

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Ann Richards was the first woman State Treasurer of Texas and the second woman to serve as Texas Governor. This is our

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A recent graduate from the University of Texas at Dallas, Madeleine Keith left her mark on the campus as a former Archer

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When asked what was next for her, Eddie Bernice Johnson, a United States Representative serving the 30th district of Texas laughed a

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Sarah Tilghman Hughes, a lawyer by trade, became the first woman federal judge in Texas. She was born in Baltimore, Maryland, on

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Upon first meeting Dalila Reynoso, one cannot help but immediately notice and be struck by the passion and empathy with which she

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Maria was born and raised in Plano, Texas. She attended The Hockaday School, an all-girls school, and is currently a Junior at

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Barbara Jordan was the first Black person elected to the Texas Senate in 1966. She was also the first Black Texan to

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Chiara Pride (Pronouns: She/They) is a former Texas Civic Ambassador for the Annette Strauss Institute for Civic Life and community advocate in

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Melissa Alfaro serves as a community leader and a co-founder of the Hey Chica! movement, a Dallas-area organization dedicated to empowering Latinas.

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Vanessa Fuentes recently secured her place on Austin City Council—a race that she won by a landslide against three other opponents. Her

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Ivis Andrade is a former member of the Texas Women’s Foundation Young Women’s Advocacy Council and a current business graduate student at