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San Antonio Women Running for political office in 2018

Come join Democracy is Ours to meet San Antonio women running for political office in the community. The event will host an open discussion on women’s unique experience, challenges and triumphs they face while running for office. With this event, Democracy is Ours hopes that through this open dialogue, other women will be encouraged to represent the State of Texas. Our panelists include: Celina Montoya – Texas House District 121 candidate Claire Boarnet – Texas House District 122 candidate Stephanie Phillips – Texas House District 73 candidate Joi Chevalier – Texas Comptroller candidate Moderator; Graham Watson @ Brevard Report

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  • Paesano's (1604)

    3622 Paesano's Pkwy., San Antonio San Antonio

    (210) 493.1604; (210) (FAX)

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