COLDSPRING, TEXAS — Laura Jones proudly announces her candidacy for U.S. House of Representatives, District 8. Jones believes many issues throughout District 8 have gone unaddressed year after year, and it is time to bring the peoples’ issues to the forefront. Everyone’s voice should be heard, and Jones is willing to fight for ALL of the people in District 8, not just some of the people.
Jones is a Native Texan, Mother, Wife, and Business Professional from Coldspring, Texas in San Jacinto County. For the last year, Jones served as the County Chair for the San Jacinto County Democrats and as the Field Director for Texas Senate District 3 under the Non-Urban Rural Caucus within the Texas Democratic Party. She was born and raised in Houston, Texas and upon moving to Coldspring, Texas, she noticed the lack of proper representation, with many residents feeling as though their voices are not heard at all in Washington.
After speaking with community leaders throughout District 8, Laura Jones decided it’s time to fight for legislation in Washington desperately needed to address flood mitigation, strengthen public education, and provide quality healthcare choices accessible to all.
Jones said Congress should be passing bills to assist small-town America with infrastructure development, including attracting quality high-speed internet providers. Rural America competes with metropolitan areas every day in attempts to attract businesses and jobs. The lack of quality high-speed internet limits the types of businesses and jobs communities can attract and keeps existing small businesses from effectively competing with online businesses.
Laura Jones is a proven leader who whole-heartedly believes, “It’s time we elect a Representative that will vote in the best interest of “We the People,” and not special interests.”
To learn more about Laura Jones for U.S. Representative, District 8, go to www.LauraJonesForCongress.com. ### Pol. Adv. Pd. By: Laura Jones for Congress [www.LauraJonesForCongress.com]
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