I’m Alec Johnson, and I'm running to represent Texas House District 11.

I Stand With Working Families. I Stand For Government For The Many, Not The Few. 

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Welcome to our new website!

I’m delighted to debut our campaign’s new website. It’s been a month in the making. Elisabeth Webster and her husband Stephen were delightful to work with. We wanted to launch a website that was accessible, informative, and engaging. It will evolve in tandem with our campaign, full of breaking news and up to date coverage of events. We will strive to ensure that the website serves the District 11 community as well as the campaign. Your feedback will always be welcome. Thanks for your continued support and encouragement.

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Media Advisory: Preparing for Hurricane Season: Our Grave Challenges Meet Real Solutions

What: Multi-media presentation.
When: Tuesday, July 17, 2018 at 7 PM.
Where: County Extension Building, 201 W Main Street, Nacogdoches

Why are recent hurricane seasons so deadly? What’s changed? How can we prepare ourselves? Get answers to these and related questions during this multi-media presentation. This public event is being hosted by the Nacogdoches County Democratic Party. Featured speaker is Alec Johnson, candidate for State Representative, District 11.

Media Advisory: Alec Johnson For State Rep. Launches New Website

Alec Johnson’s statement to supporters:

” I’m delighted to debut our campaign’s new website. It’s been a month in the making. Elisabeth Webster and her husband Stephen were delightful to work with. We wanted to launch a website that was accessible, informative, and engaging. It will evolve in tandem with our campaign, full of breaking news and up to date coverage of events. We will strive to ensure that the website serves the District 11 community as well as the campaign. Your feedback will always be welcome. Thanks for your continued support and encouragement.”

Visit AlecJohnsonForTexas.com for details.

Media Advisory: Alec Johnson for State Representative, District 11, Joins Dozens of Texas Gun Sense Candidates Across the State in Calling for Sensible Gun Legislation

May 21, 2018- In the wake of the tragic shooting in Santa Fe, Texas on Friday, Alec Johnson is proud to sign a joint statement with dozens of other Texas Candidates for Gun Sense in calling for sensible gun legislation to reduce gun violence and promote gun safety.

“We are gratified to have the participation of so many Texas state legislative candidates with the Moms Demand Action distinction participate in this statement,” said Claire Barnett and Alec Johnson, coordinators of the joint statement. “Our constituents are ready for concrete action to solve this devastating epidemic, and Texas is fortunate to have candidates across the entire state committed to pursuing sensible gun policy.”

Media Advisory: Alec Johnson To Unveil Plan To End Unemployment In District 11

At St. Patrick’s Day Campaign Kick Off Event. Shirley McKellar, Democratic Nominee for CD-1, Will Be Attending.
Who: Alec Johnson, Democratic candidate for State Representative, District 11.
What: Rusk County Campaign Kick Off Celebration.
Where: Alec Johnson for State Rep. Campaign HQ at 2006 Jacksonville Drive, Henderson.
When: Saturday, March 17th (St. Patrick’s Day) from 1 to 3 PM.
Why: Opening our Rusk County Campaign HQ for the General Election Campaign.

Media Advisory: Statement Regarding Nacogdoches ISD School Crisis

Students at Emeline Carpenter and Fredonia Elementary Schools, and the communities that rely on them, are the true victims in the growing crisis that NISD is struggling to respond to. Understanding the context of this crisis requires stepping back to the early part of this century before George W. Bush ran for president. Back then changes in population demographics were sending the educational testing industry into a death spiral. Their solution was to heavily invest in the candidacy of George W. Bush for president. He paid them back handsomely with his “No Child Left Behind” (NCLB) program, which is better understood to be “No Educational Testing Company Left Behind.” NCLB proved to be a boon for this profit-seeking private industry and has plagued education ever since.

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Wages have been flattening since the early 1970s. Real wages are down 9.7% since 2006. Concentration of wealth and power among the 1% has been skyrocketing.

My opponent is comfortable with this. I am not. He's belongs to the 1%. I do not. I stand with and for everybody else. The difference couldn't be more clear.

We need to send new leadership to Austin. Send me to Austin and let's turn this economy around. Let's enjoy a new birth of Freedom for all families, not just the wealthiest.

My name is Alec Johnson. I'm asking for your support. I'm asking for your vote.

Early Voting starts on October 22nd. Election Day is on November 6th.

#EqualPayForEqualWork #FightFor15 #LivingWage

Help this campaign continue gaining momentum. Please volunteer or donate, visit: AlecJohnsonForTexas.com
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I'm glad that Justin Nelson produced this video to clear up the confusion about what it means that his opponent has been indicted.

Public corruption is so widespread in Texas that it's often hard to keep track of it. Clearly a good place to begin to end it would be by electing Justin Nelson and ridding ourselves of a man who is most likely a criminal.

You'll be hearing a lot from me about the need to end corruption in government in the weeks leading up to this election. Please help promote this important conversation by sharing Justin's video.

#JustinNelsonForAG #PaxtonIsIndicted #EndPublicCorruption

Please help our campaign maintain its momentum. Visit our website to donate or volunteer: AlecJohnsonForTexas.com.

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Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is indicted for fraud and is facing up to 99 years in prison. But what exactly does it mean to be indicted?
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Across this District I find people are ready to take big steps for big gains. People are ready to win justice for our communities today and for our children’s future tomorrow.

We can work together to make our dreams for a more just world real.

Alec Johnson