Casar is refusing to take corporate PAC money in his campaign
End Citizens United // Let America Vote today endorsed former Austin City Council Member Greg Casar for Congress in Texas’ 35th congressional district.
Click here to read coverage of the endorsement in the Texas Signal.
Council Member Casar is a leading anti-corruption advocate who has always stood up for the people of Texas. He is rejecting corporate PAC money, so that he will be accountable only to Texas voters, not corporate special interests looking to buy access and influence in Washington. As a member of the City Council, he put more money in the pockets of the people of Austin by doubling the minimum wage for city employees and authoring the law to require paid sick leave.
“Time and again, Greg Casar has proven that he is a champion for Texas families, working tirelessly to improve their lives and make sure that everyday Texans have a voice in their government. He’ll continue that leadership in Congress by fighting to stop corporate special interests from dominating our politics and working to create good-paying jobs for the people of Texas,” said End Citizens United // Let America Vote President Tiffany Muller. “We are thrilled to endorse Greg Casar and look forward to getting him elected to Congress.”
“Texas working families need a representative who will show up and fight for them—someone who will stand up to corporate special interests,” said Greg Casar, progressive candidate for TX-35. “I’m honored to receive the support of End Citizens United // Let America Vote and look forward to working with them to turn out Texans to vote on March 1st. Together, we can deliver real progress for working families from San Antonio to Austin.”
ECU // LAV is a leading anti-corruption and voting rights group. The grassroots-funded political action committee raised and spent $65.5 million in the 2020 election cycle to elect candidates fighting to limit the influence of Big Money in politics and protect the freedom to vote. ECU // LAV has more than four million members nationwide, including over 3,600 in TX-35.