Texas’s 25th (TX - 25)

Updated: October 22, 2020

Overview

Roger Williams is a typical Washington insider who is blindly loyal to his party leaders when he’s not looking out for his own interests, while everyday Texans come last.

Summary

Voters need to see:

  • Even during a pandemic, Williams said that Americans left jobless due to the COVID-19 pandemic should receive zero dollars in additional unemployment benefits but had no problem taking between $1 and $2 million in PPP loans for his own car dealership.  He was just being loyal to his party leaders, like when he repeatedly voted to roll back health care coverage for those with pre-existing conditions, voted for tax cuts for corporations at the expense of middle-class families, and voted against relief for small businesses and Texas families during the COVID-19 outbreak. (BACK UP)

Voters of color, especially women, need to read:

  • Williams is one of the wealthiest members of Congress. While millions of Texans lack health insurance, Williams has consistently voted with pharmaceutical companies and Wall Street banks. (BACK UP)

Voters in State Senate District 25 need to read:

  • Roger Williams was blindly loyal to party leaders in Washington when he repeatedly voted to roll back health care coverage for those with pre-existing conditions, voted for tax cuts for corporations at the expense of middle-class families, and voted against relief for small businesses and Texas families during the COVID-19 outbreak. (BACK UP)



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