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Get your T-shirts and bumper stickers today. Thank you for supporting our campaign! We love that you want to help us financially and wear or use our campaign-themed merchandise. We aren't allowed to actually sell things, but we can offer you gifts when you donate. All the T-shirts have the campaign logo on the front and an original drawing of Jana Lynne, her Texas T-caster, and her dog JoJo on the back. The drawing is the work of London-based cartoonist Anthony O'Neill. They are 100 percent cotton. We will be adding new items as we go.

Rosie O’Donnell supports campaign: Star-Telegram publishes article

Today Anna M. Tinsley of the Star-Telegram publishes article: "Rosie O’Donnell sends shout out — and cash — to a North Texas congressional candidate" The article appeared online just as our campaign had released an announcement about Rosie's donation and the two ladies on Twitter who made it possible. Text from our announcement follows. You can also click the link to see it here.

Campaign manager, day-to-day operations sought (full-time, paid)

We are looking for a day-to-day campaign manager with experience having worked on several Democratic congressional races in Texas or the South. Job responsibilities include: oversight and execution of fundraising (digital and traditional), media relations, field operations (managing a paid field ops staff person, who will run this), digital media, and liaising with consultants. This is not primarily a strategy position, but an execution role.

Barton to betray district with healthcare vote

Jana Lynne Sanchez, Democratic Candidate for US Congress, called out Representative Joe Barton (R-TX) on Thursday for his support of the Republican healthcare bill AHCA that will deprive half of his non-elderly constituents, those with pre-existing conditions, of affordable healthcare. The bill will be voted on Thursday and is expected to pass following changes made to suit members of the Freedom Caucus, of which Barton is member.

Sanchez challenges Barton to stand up for voting rights and term limits

Jana Lynne Sanchez, Democratic candidate for US House, Congressional District 6, today issued a challenge to Rep. Joe Barton to stand up for the rights of voters and to support term limits so voters would achieve real accountability from elected officials. Speaking at his town hall in Waxahachie last night, Rep. Joe Barton said there is "no problem" with voting rights in Texas.