“In closing, Dudding drew upon her more than three decades of experience holding governmental entities accountable.
“We need someone who is not afraid to stand up and work for y’all, even when it’s hard. I am that woman,” Dudding said.”Continue reading »
“Dudding, however, has the life experience that is needed to be an effected leader, whether in the Legislature or in any other endeavor. Her accounting training would serve the House well as it deals with all the demands on money coming into the state. If she wins on March 3, it will be interesting to see her take on the well-liked, experienced John Raney.
The Eagle recommends a vote for Janet Dudding for Texas House District 14 in the March 3 Democratic Primary.“Continue reading »
“My mother raised me to know that words have meaning, we’re more alike than we are different and you do the right thing, even when no one is looking,” Dudding said. “Those are not the values that are being reflected by the Republicans in power, not only in D.C. but also in Austin. I can make a difference.”Continue reading »
“It’s important to keep showing up, keep speaking your truth, and keep voting your values, because your vote is powerful,” Dudding said.Continue reading »
Janet Dudding, who is running for Texas House of Representatives District 14, was one of the speakers. Dudding encouraged A&M students to vote for people who will work to protect the environment.
“It’s not too late,” Dudding said. “We still have time, but we have to elect people who will do what we need them to do. There are about 70,000 students here. Y’all have an amazing voting block here. Y’all have power.”Continue reading »
“Texans deserve laws that reflect our values, laws that protect our planet and a woman who will represent all of us,” Dudding said in a press statement. “For years, Austin has slashed funding for community investments. At the same time, working families like ours are paying more in taxes while special interests make out like bandits. Austin needs a CPA who will hold politicians accountable and help realign the failed priorities of the Texas Legislature.”Continue reading »