Why I’m Running

Over the course of three generations, I’ve seen the power of educational opportunity to transform lives.  But I’ve also watched with growing frustration as President Trump and Republicans in Congress have done all they could to dismantle that web of opportunities and make it harder for others to succeed in America.  We owe it to our children to fight back and ensure that the American Dream — that anybody, from anywhere, can make it in America — is preserved.

That is why I’m running for Congress.

Opportunity in America Tour

with Julian and Joaquin Castro

San Antonio - Crystal City - Eagle Pass - Del Rio - Uvalde

February 10, 2018

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Immigration is the American story. That immigration experience has made us a more dynamic, ambitious, creative, and successful nation. We must not turn our backs on those who would dedicate their talents and hard work toward making us stronger. I…

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In Congress, I will fight to move the United States toward a system of universal, affordable, and quality health care. I will always oppose the Trump plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act and will instead build from its improvements…

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In Congress, I will make education a national priority by investing in universal pre-K, supporting teachers, and expanding vocational training. Through my friend Julian Castro’s Pre-K for SA program, San Antonio has proven that investments in pre-K education can be…

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Jay Hulings, candidate for the 23rd Congressional District, recently made a stop in San Antonio for his “Opportunity in America” tour as early voting looms in the near future. Former Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Julian Castro and Congressman Joaquin…

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A former Del Rio federal prosecutor held a rally in Del Rio Saturday afternoon with two supporting Democratic politicians as part of his congressional campaign through District 23 of Texas. Jay Hulings, who is seeking the Democratic nomination for November’s…

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A debate in San Antonio brought out a rare moment of confrontation between Jay Hulings and Gina Ortiz Jones, the two candidates seen as front-runners in the five-person Democratic primary for Texas’ 23rd Congressional District, as they clashed on campaign…

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