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My name is Dr. Tre Pennie. I am a Doctor of Education from Texas Tech University, an Army veteran and a 20-year Dallas Police sergeant. I am currently running for U.S. House in Texas Congressional District 30.
It's no secret that District 30 has been marred in violent crime and has remained underserved in the areas of economic development, job placement, veteran assistance, and education since its existence. These problems have remained the status quo for several years and nothing has been done to enact meaningful change!
I have a proven history of standing up for "The People" regardless of partisan politics in Washington. For years, the real problems in District 30 have been ignored – while the politicians have taken advantage of The People's vulnerabilities and have bartered-off their legacy rights for personal gain. District 30 deserves better and I am the "only" person who can deliver!
I implore District 30 to stand up against the polarizing politics that have marginalized the interests of The People for nearly three decades. We must also avoid being manipulated by the partisan games played in Washington, so that we can focus on issues that affect our communities here at home.
Join me in changing the trajectory of history! It's time that we put the interests of The People in District 30 ahead of partisan politics. We need volunteers to help get the message out in the district and we need your financial support to win this election.
Let's get to work!
About the 30th District:
Texas District 30 is entirely located in Dallas County. The district lines are drawn to include the following cities: Dallas, Desoto, Lancaster, Wilmer, Hutchins, Balch Springs, and portions of Grand Prairie, Cedar Hill, Duncanville, and Glenn Heights.
The largest portion of the district is located in City of Dallas which encompasses neighborhoods such as: Downtown Business and Arts District, Fair Park, Cadillac Heights, The Cedars, Victory Park, Uptown, Oak Lawn, Love Field, Urban Park, Pleasant Grove, Joppa, South Oak Cliff, Deep Ellum, South Dallas, Munger Place, Swiss Avenue, Lower Greenville, Forest Hills and West Dallas.
View demographic info at U.S. Census Bureau.