At Paul Quinn College in Dallas, Beto O’Rourke promises not to take Black voters for granted – DMN

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“In order for us to do this, to get Texas on the right track, we have to make sure that we’re listening to and serving all of those among us, including the most vulnerable,” she said. “We’ve got to make sure that everyone can vote.”

Former U.S. Rep. Beto O’Rourke said Monday that he will not take Black voters for granted, and promised to push programs that would protect their voting rights, provide access to affordable health care and promote economic equality.

“I’m going to make sure that those voters know that I care about them by not mailing them something or putting it on their TV sets, but showing up in person, eyeball to eyeball, face to face, to make that connection,” O’Rourke said after talking to a group of local Black elected officials gathered at Paul Quinn College, a historically Black school. “When we do that, we build on the base that we created in 2018.”

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Representative Bowers was elected to serve House District 113 in the Texas House of Representatives on November 8, 2018. She made history elected as the first African American to represent this district. House District 113 includes all or parts of Rowlett, Garland, Mesquite, Sunnyvale, Seagoville, Combine, Balch Springs, and Dallas.

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