JIM  HENLEY  - TEACHER - DEMOCRAT FOR CONGRESS -  DISTRICT 7
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Welcome to the Henley Campaign!
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Dear Fellow Citizens,

On the evening of March 7th, a large crowd of supporters gathered to celebrate our victory in the primary election. The large gathering was diverse in age, race, religion, and political affiliation, yet all of us shared a common goal. We are all Americans who want our country to be safe and secure, prosperous and just. Our campaign for the United States House of Representatives presents the voters of Congressional District 7 with a clear choice. This choice is between a career educator and a career politician, a challenger who appeals to hope and seeks common ground, and an incumbent who appeals to fear and seeks division. This is a choice between a candidate who will fight for real ethics reform and rejects all special interest donations, and a congressman who pursues the favor of special interests and lobbyists. This is a race between a Texas teacher who seeks a new direction for America, and John Culberson, who embraces the status quo. Please join our campaign for a safe and secure, prosperous and just America.

Jim Henley Teacher for Congress



Henley for Congress Meet Up


The first Henley for Congress Meet Up at Jason's Deli near Lanier Middle School was a great success as new faces from across the political spectrum came to learn how to make this campaign their own. The next Meet Up is on May 27th for high school students and another is planned in early June for areas of District 7 in west Houston.


The web site is devoted to the congress news and a possibility to analyze the political situation in the country. The political life of the country directly depends on the economic development and financial situation associated with the companies. At the same time, you will have a chance to use the up-to-date Canadian Financial Directory which will help you choose the right financial institution for your needs, whether they can be loans or other different investments.


 

 




 

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