NEWS &

EVENTS

COUNTDOWN TO ELECTION

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2020 7:00PM

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Key Issues

Women & Children

As 1 of 29 women out of 150 State Representatives, Victoria Neave is a strong champion for women and children. Victoria passed laws to address the critical backlog of thousands of untested rape kits in Texas and help bring justice to victims of sexual assault.

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Education

Our schools are bursting at the seams and Texas is facing a serious teacher shortfall, all while taxpayers are being asked to shoulder the burden in property taxes. Victoria Neave is reaching out, working with Democrats and Republicans to find solutions to fund our public schools, while relieving the pressure on Texas taxpayers because all Texas children deserve a quality education regardless of their zip code.

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Equal Pay

Texas women earn 79 cents on the dollar for the same work as a man. African-American women earn 59 cents on the dollar and Latinas earn just 44 cents on the dollar in Texas.

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About Victoria

Victoria Neave was born and raised in Dallas, Texas and comes from a working class family. Victoria grew up in Pleasant Grove and is the first in her family to graduate from college. Victoria went to law school and worked as an attorney at one of the top 10 law firms in the country prior to starting her own practice. A long-time community advocate, Victoria believes we must open doors for the next generation.

Victoria Neave was elected as State Representative for House District 107 in 2016, and as a freshman legislator, passed the language of 6 bills into law, including laws to help address the backlog of thousands of untested rape kits in Texas. Victoria Neave was named “Freshman of the Year” by the House Democratic Caucus and one of the “5 Best Legislators in North Texas” by the Dallas Observer. Victoria is a strong advocate for women and children, and co-led the 2017 & 2018 Dallas Women’s March.