Endorsement Harris County Young Democrats

Press Release: Harris County Young Democrats Endorses Randy Bates in Texas House of Representatives District 139 Race

If elected as District 139 next state representative, Randy Bates will work tirelessly to ensure every voice is heard. He has always sought to include young people in every aspect of his life. This endorsement is truly reflective of the coalition that Randy Bates intends to build in the Texas House District 139.  The Harris County Young Democrats has made a decision not to stand on the sidelines, but to take their future in hand. Randy Bates looks forward to taking their thoughts and shared values to Austin.

Navid Zanjani, President of the Harris County Young Democrats, stated: 

“After reflecting on the qualifications of those seeking to replace former State Representative and now Mayor Sylvester Turner, our membership felt someone would have to step up and lead District 139 to bigger and better things. This individual would have to continue fighting for quality education for all students, advocating for better roads and infrastructure, while working to build relationships across the aisle to address the diverse population of not only the City of Houston, but Harris County. These issues and more is why the Harris County Young Democrats voted to endorse Randy Bates to lead District 139. Randy has the experience, vision, and foresight to represent this State District well while working to unite everyone to the table so their voices can be heard."

Randy Bates stated the following after hearing the exciting news:

"I am overwhelmed with joy to have received the endorsement of the Harris County Young Democrats. For over 20 years, I have fought to bring quality education within District 139 and will continue fighting for issues that matter. I invite all District 139 young professionals to come and meet with me. I look forward to bringing more job opportunities, working to bring affordable college tuition, and rebuilding our communities so more people can see growth and development while maintaining the rich history of our neighborhoods."

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