Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo Endorses Congresswoman Lizzie Fletcher for Re-Election
Houston, TX—Congresswoman Lizzie Fletcher (TX-07) announced she has earned the endorsement of Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo for her 2022 re-election.
“Since being elected, Congresswoman Fletcher has worked tirelessly for the people of Harris County,” said Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo. “Working alongside local leaders, she is a champion for Houston-area families. She prioritizes our diverse communities and has successfully advocated for our needs in Washington—from infrastructure and flood mitigation to health care and pandemic assistance. I am proud to re-endorse Lizzie Fletcher for Congress and look forward to working with her for years to come.”
“I am proud to earn the endorsement of Judge Hidalgo, a visionary leader for Harris County,” said Congresswoman Lizzie Fletcher. “Judge Hidalgo and I have worked together to advance our community’s priorities and values and to meet our greatest needs, from disaster recovery to pandemic assistance, and I look forward to our continued partnership.”
In addition to Judge Hidalgo, Congresswoman Fletcher has earned the endorsements of Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner, Fort Bend County Judge KP George, EMILYs List, BOLD PAC, the Latino Labor Leadership Council, and Run Sister Run PAC for her re-election campaign, demonstrating the breadth of support for Congresswoman Fletcher and the continued diversity of the coalition she has built since her first campaign in 2018.
A second-term Member of Congress, Fletcher was first elected to represent Texas’ Seventh Congressional District in 2018 after a decisive victory over nine-term Republican incumbent John Culberson, becoming the first Democrat in more than 50 years and the first woman ever to represent TX-07. In 2020, she was re-elected over one of the National Republican Congressional Committee’s best-funded challengers. In 2022, she has already been endorsed by EMILY’s List, Bold PAC, the Latino Labor Leadership Council of Southeast Texas, and Run Sister Run PAC. As of September 30, 2021, she had raised more than $2 million toward her re-election and has nearly $1.8 million cash on hand for her campaign.