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Dr. Mary E. Gonzalez
State Rep (HD-75- El Paso County) on Appropriations, Public Education & Vice-Chair of Local and Consent. Vice-Chair - , Chair - she/her
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Dr. Mary E. Gonzalez 1m
Learned so much! Thank you for the visit!
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Dr. Mary E. Gonzalez 17h
In the past two years, our nation saw a 120% spike in white supremacist propaganda. Acts of hate and intolerance have no place in our country, or in our state.
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MALC 18h
Vice Chair talks about legislative successes this session for rural Texas -> “The biggest celebration we can do is that we passed Prop 2. It was a bill to bring $200M for water and wastewater infrastructure to rural and low income Texas”
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Dr. Mary E. Gonzalez 20h
I'm so grateful to have grown in up such a tight knit and caring community along the border. Today, alongside my colleagues, we discussed the needs of rural communities, how to educate our young folks, & measures we can take to keep our community safe and healthy.
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Texas Tribune 24h
We’re live from El Paso for a conversation about the border and the with , , , and . Tune in here.
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Dr. Mary E. Gonzalez Feb 20
The annual Trash to Treasure Recycled Art Contest put on by Metamorphosis is a great way to get be creative and get involved in the community. ALL ages are welcome to submit entries from , Las Cruces, and Juarez. Visit for more information!
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Dr. Mary E. Gonzalez Feb 19
The has been underfunded, meaning people could be missed in the count. With $1.5 tril a year on the line, it is crucial for all communities to participate and make sure they're counted. Watch this interview for more info
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Dr. Mary E. Gonzalez Feb 19
Diversity in the STEM workforce has increased significantly in the past 10 years. In fact, 82% of African-Americans in the U.S. workforce are in STEM-related fields. Check out these 19 African-American scientists & their work.
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Dr. Mary E. Gonzalez Feb 18
It is insulting that a presidential candidate, let alone anyone, would disparage farmers like this. Agriculture is absolutely crucial to our state & natl economy. We need farmers, & farming is a legitimate career that takes skill & intelligence.
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Dr. Mary E. Gonzalez Feb 18
starts today! Voting is one of the most important ways to make your voice heard, & to make a difference in our society. For information on voting locations, hours, and more, check out this link.
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Dr. Mary E. Gonzalez Feb 14
Today, we honor Shirley Chisholm, the first black woman elected to Congress in 1969. Shirley's legacy lives on through a growing trend of racial & ethnic diversity in politics. Find out more about Shirley & other women here.
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Dr. Mary E. Gonzalez Feb 14
Rep. Tracy King was my Chairman when I first served on the Agriculture Committee, & he has been an amazing mentor to have in the TX House. He is a fierce advocate for rural Texas, and he fights for the things our state needs to preserve - agriculture, education, & jobs.
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Sawyer Hackett Feb 13
On Bloomberg’s apology for redlining comments, says “Does your credit card company take an apology? Does equifax or credit rating agencies? Businesspeople who run for office think an apology is everything. I think voters should hold him accountable for his record.”
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Dr. Mary E. Gonzalez Feb 13
School counselors have a huge impact on students’ educational and personal development. When I was in school, counselors were a crucial resource. I'm honored to receive the Legislator of the Year award from , & excited to continue this work!
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Dr. Mary E. Gonzalez Feb 13
Comm. Rodriguez is a true leader for his community. Serving alongside him in the TX House, I saw firsthand his dedication & commitment to making our state a better place. He's been an amazing County Commissioner in San Antonio, & I know he'll continue to serve them well.
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Dr. Mary E. Gonzalez Feb 12
A new algorithm put forth by the Census Bureau may miscommunicate the population of rural areas - this could mean everything from inaccurate population counts to a decrease in federal funding. Learn more here:
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Dr. Mary E. Gonzalez Feb 10
Women make up only 29% of state legislators. Diversity in politics is necessary for a representative democracy & southern state legislatures have the smallest share of women. Let's continue to grow the number of women/diverse candidates in office!
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Ted Raab Feb 9
Dynamic duo!
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Dr. Mary E. Gonzalez Feb 9
So Much Laughing! I am not over exaggerating when I say you have had a major impact in my life. You lifted me up when I was down, you mentored me into public service, and you were a friend when I needed one. You are an amazing leader and a better friend.
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Dr. Mary E. Gonzalez Feb 8
Spent the day talking to voters in House District 80 supporting Chairman Tracy King. He is an amazing legislator who protects rural Texas.
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