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Texas House, District 107

2 year term. Must be 21 or older, a US citizen, resident of Texas and the district represented. Responsible for representing the citizens of the district in the Texas House of Representatives.
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    Victoria Neave (Dem) Attorney

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EDUCATION: What changes, if any, should be made to public education and its funding in Texas?

RAINY DAY FUND: What uses are appropriate, in your opinion, for the Rainy Day fund?

LOCAL CONTROL: Are you in favor or opposed to additional restrictions on cities’ ability to raise property taxes? If in favor, how would you implement? Last session saw restrictions placed on cities’ ability to regulate fracking, gun sales, etc. Are you in favor of these restrictions and would you favor additional restrictions?

HIGHWAY FUNDS: How would you address the growing need for funding for highway maintenance and construction? What is your position on allowing tolled lanes to reduce congestion on crowded highways?

OTHER ISSUES: What other issues do you believe will be most pressing in the next session of the Texas Legislature and what is your position on these issues?

Age 37
Education J.D., Texas Southern University TMSL B.A., Government and Politics UT Dallas DCCCD Ursuline Academy
Twitter @Victoria4Texas
The failure to adequately invest in our pubic schools is one of the most critical issues facing our state today. The State Legislature cut more than $5 billion from our public schools and failed to fully restore the cuts. To ensure that our children start school ready to learn and succeed, we should invest in quality Pre-K programs. Investing in public education is the key to addressing the great wealth disparity in our state and improving our economy. I believe that everyone benefits when we have an educated populace and it is our responsibility to make sure that we invest in our public schools so that all children, regardless of their socioeconomic status or the zip code in which they live, receive access to a quality education.
The Rainy Day fund is not being used appropriately as we are treating it more like a saving account at the expense of our children. Our neighborhood schools are in dire need of funding, such funding is held hostage by the rainy day fund.
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During the 85th legislative session, I served on the House Committee on Judiciary and Civil Jurisprudence and the House Committee on County Affairs. I passed the language of 6 of our bills which were all signed into law by the Governor. I am running for re-election to the Texas House to continue to bring the voice of working-class families from our District to the Texas Legislature by working hard and across the aisle. My four priority issues are: 1) Public Education & College Affordability; 2) Women’s Issues: Rape Kit Backlog, Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault; and 3) Affirming and defending the civil rights of all persons regardless of legal status, sexual orientation 4) I-635 E Project/ Transportation Infrastructure