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Texas House of Representatives District 113

Will Douglas

Will Douglas is the Republican Candidate. A pharmacist, Douglas is a small business owner and founding manager of Crimson Care Pharmacy Group in Dallas County. Douglas’ top priorities include supporting police and first responders, creating jobs and robust economy growth, securing the Texas border, and reducing property taxes for Texas homeowners.

Criminal Justice & Public Safety

  • “Will is proudly endorsed by the Dallas Police Association for his commitment to our men and women in law enforcement. Will is a vocal proponent of our first responders and will work to ensure our local police departments have the resources they need to keep every last officer, first responder, and citizen safe.”

Education Funding & Teacher Pay

  • “Will advocates for a robust public school system designed to offer our children a modern education for the modern world that they live in”

Texas Economy & Taxes

  • “Will will fight for lower [property] taxes and tax relief programs for all.” “[Will is] ready to pursue a rich and robust job creation and economic growth platform specifically designed to ensure that North Texans can return to work and businesses can flourish.”

Government Transparency & Ethics

  • Nothing listed on Campaign website for this issue

Healthcare

  • “Will is poised to advocate for more affordable healthcare access, so that every North Texan can rest assured knowing that when they’re in need of medical assistance, it won’t break the bank.”

Immigration

  • “Will is committed to securing our border and keeping our communities safe from human traffickers, gangs, and drug smugglers.”

Reproductive Health

  • Nothing listed on Campaign website for this issue

Infrastructure & Environment

  • “Will plans to support innovative infrastructure projects that surround improved roads, more effective and efficient means of public transportation, and other related civic projects.”

Social Services

  • Nothing listed on Campaign website for this issue

Rhetta Andrews Bowers

Rhetta Andrews Bowers is the current Representative for State House District 113, and the Democratic Candidate. A former Broadcast Journalist for PBS, Bowers is a community activist, and the first African American elected to represent House District 113. Bowers’ top priorities include increasing state funding for public schools, expanding access to healthcare coverage across the state, and lowering property taxes for Texas homeowners.

Criminal Justice & Public Safety

  • Nothing listed on Campaign website for this issue

Education Funding & Teacher Pay

  • “Investing in our teachers, students, and neighborhood schools has to be a top priority for the state and I will continue to make this my top priority in Austin. Last legislative session I coauthored House Bill 3, which invested $11 billion in our public education. I believe we need to increase teacher pay, provide additional training and support for our teachers, and fully fund all day Pre-K.”

Texas Economy & Taxes

  • “I want to continue to foster an atmosphere, where Texans can continue to start companies, create jobs and employ local residents.” “in order to ready Texas for the future we need to look at new ways of helping out people who have no intentions of going to college, with vocational training. Some of our school districts are already doing this, and we need to look at those success to ensure our citizens have a good job, with a livable wage.”

Government Transparency & Ethics

  • Nothing listed on Campaign website for this issue

Healthcare

  • “I fought to enact a law and supported bills that puts protections and access to healthcare for all Texans. I want to ensure all Texans have access to quality healthcare. I will work on expanding affordable medical coverage to improve overall health, through preventative care programs. I will fight against any law that attempts to take away protections and access to healthcare.”

Immigration

  • Nothing listed on Campaign website for this issue

Reproductive Health

  • Nothing listed on Campaign website for this issue

Infrastructure & Environment

  • Nothing listed on Campaign website for this issue

Social Services

  • Nothing listed on Campaign website for this issue