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HOUSTON (Nov. 26, 2013): Since her unsuccessful attempt to become the 2012 Democratic nominee for Congressional District 7 of Texas, Lissa Squiers has missed as many as five (5) Federal Election Commission (FEC) filing deadlines, and now faces up to $7,544.00 in fines and potential...

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HOUSTON (Nov. 4, 2012): A little more than a year ago, the House Republicans, including John Culberson, voted to slash the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) budget by 40%.  The President had requested $5.1 billion but the Tea Party-controlled House only approved $3.65...

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HOUSTON (October 30, 2012):  The following statement was released by 40 renowned scientists and physicians seeking a new direction in Congress.  They have found that new direction in James Cargas, the challenger in Congressional District 7. Cargas has been a long-time advocate...

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HOUSTON (October 22, 2012):  Incumbent Tea Party Congressman John Culberson has a long record of indiscriminately cutting government programs in the name of federal deficit reduction.  This includes voting against the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB), the organization...

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James Cargas’ first job out of college was being Deputy Press Secretary to Congressman David Bonior (D) of Michigan. Jim Wright (D) of Texas was Speaker of the House and Republicans controlled the White House. “Democrats and Republicans had their differences, but we...

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NEW YORK – It is not a common thing for real experts on the country’s critical issues to get elected to Congress. James Cargas is a Democrat running in Texas’ 7th Congressional district. He was born and raised in Detroit, MI so he knows cars and the auto industry, but his...

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AUSTIN, TX – Greek-American James Cargas won the Democratic runoff for Texas’ 7th Congressional district on July 31 and will face incumbent Republican John Culberson in November. Cargas has a lot of public service experience, especially in Washington, DC. When opportunities...

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HOUSTON (August 28, 2012): It seems like all of America, including Mitt Romney and scores of other Republican leaders, have denounced and distanced themselves from Rep. Todd Akin’s comments about “legitimate rape” and have demanded that he drop out of the Missouri Senate...

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HOUSTON (Aug. 20, 2012):  Mitt Romney’s selection of radical right-wing Congressman Paul Ryan (R-WI) as his vice-presidential running mate makes it clear that a Romney Administration would be for the wealthiest American, for the dismantling of Medicare and other social safety...

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Houston Deserves a Congressman Who Supports Public Transportation AND who Brings Tax Dollars Home (HOUSTON) July 29, 2012:  When James Cargas wins the Runoff Election this Tuesday, the voters in U.S. Congressional District 7 will finally have someone on the November ballot...

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