This summer we launched an exciting grass roots campaign, so I can be your next State Representative for District 37. My goal is to be your voice in Austin.
As a proud mother, attorney, and life-long Democrat, I am ready to be your next State Representative for District 37. Why? Because I have the experience, determination, and the heart necessary to be your State Representative.
In 2013, I decided to pursue a leadership role in politics after years of working behind the scenes. I ran for Cameron County Democratic Party Chair in a special election and won. As Chair, I worked tirelessly for 3 elected terms with fellow Democrats, activists, and leaders in our community and across the United States to affect positive change for our community. We brought transparency and community engagement through forums, events, canvassing, phone banking, and outreach.
Our campaign is focused on what matters to our constituents. We are walking the walk and talking the talk by canvassing and phone banking district constituents to discuss their priorities. What matters to you matters to us!
We need your help to continue this campaign and to obtain the momentum necessary to secure a win in 2020. We ask that you contribute and show your support for our campaign to make our community a true reflection of our values. Your contribution made payable to the Amber Medina Campaign of $100, $250, $500, $1,000, or $2,500 will help us raise funds to successfully win this campaign.
I am asking you to join us to become a part of our team and our victory in 2020. I humbly ask for your support in helping us rise to this great challenge. Please donate now to the Amber Medina Campaign.
Thank you for your support!
Former Cameron County Democratic Party Chair Dale Robertson and Melissa Avalos
Judge Juan Mendoza Jr., Judge Benito “Bo” Ochoa IV, and Former Judge Benito Ochoa III
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Former Cameron County Clerk Joe G. Rivera