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Lina Hidalgo would become the first woman and first immigrant to be elected executive of the largest county in Texas.

 

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Conquering Inequality in Houston Begins With Early Childhood Education

Harvard Kennedy School Review - May 9, 2018

"In early childhood education, Harris County has an opportunity to tackle deep disparities while preparing the future of our community."

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What's Your Point?

Fox 26 Houston - April 15, 2018

Lina Hidalgo speaks on a variety of topics. “The What's Your Point? panel includes attorney and former Harris County Republican Party chairman Jared Woodfill, longtime Super Neighborhood leader Tomaro Bell, Democratic candidate for Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo, host of "Sunday Morning Live" Marcus Davis, and columnist and former Mayor of Kemah Bill King.

Watch the discussion on the federal deficit, Paul Ryan not seeking reelection, the Houston ISD crisis, and Trump's response to James Comey.

 


Student activists call on politicians to pass stricter gun legislation

Houston Chronicle - April 7, 2018

Lina Hidalgo...said gun shows should not be permitted to sell guns without background checks. A program to buy back guns from people should also be available.

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Trump’s Trade War with China Then Women in Politics and Running for Office

KPFA: Letters and Politics - April 3, 2018

“Lina Hidalgo won the Democratic primary for Judge just a couple of weeks ago and in fact she got more votes than the Republican incumbent who’s had the position now for quite some time.”

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Hidalgo: Climate change must be part of Harris County's flood control efforts

Houston Chronicle - March 21, 2018 

“The lack of acknowledgment of the reality of our changing environment, and its man-made causes, has made the greater Houston area the poster child for the consequence of ignoring science — a fact that has been nearly as destructive as Harvey itself.”

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Calls Mount for Resignation of Controversial Judge

Fox 26 Houston - February 28, 2018 

“They have spent millions of dollars at this point defending Judge McSpadden's ability to arbitrarily lock people up.”

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Record Number of Latinos Fill Ballot in Houston

Houston Chronicle - March 1, 2018 

“There is tremendous energy going on this year."

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Update: Texas Organizing Project Demands Harris County Settles Lawsuit About Bail System

Houston Public Media - February 28, 2018 

“Taxpayer dollars should go toward implementing policies that keep people safe, not toward defending an unconstitutional and ineffective system.”

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Immigrant Candidates Among those Seeking Election in Harris County

Fox 26 Houston - February 20, 2018 

“It's time for someone who looks like the people of Harris County, who reflects the politics of Harris County, to represent the voters

of this County."

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Lina Hidalgo Candidata Para Juez de Condado de Harris

La 920 AM - January 31, 2018 

"Necesitamos tener representación, porque es así que logramos salir adelante."

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Local DACA Recipients, Political Leaders React to Citizenship Proposal

KHOU 11 News - January 26, 2018 

“Those young people are the future [...] I just don’t think they should be used as bargaining chips.”

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Running For Office 101

NPR - January 22, 2018 

"I would be the first woman, first immigrant in this position of County Judge [...] I want to be a shining example of what Texas and the country can be."

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A Year Ago, They Marched. Now a Record Number of Women Are Running for Office

TIME Magazine - January 18, 2018

“It was an army of women taking on an army of out-of-touch men,” says Lina Hidalgo [...] “And that's what we'll see here next year.”

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Female Democratic Candidate for Harris County Judge Wants to Break ‘Glass Ceiling’

Houston Public Media - November 15, 2017

The main idea behind the campaign of Harris County Judge Democratic candidate Lina Hidalgo is change, but she also has flood control, health care and the reform of the county's bail system in mind.

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