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Houston Chronicle Endorses Sheila Jackson Lee for Congress Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Sun, Oct 26, 2014, 09:36 pm

And the award for most liberal newspaper in Texas, goes too ...? The Houston Chronicle has endorsed US Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee's re-election bid to Congress.

According to the Houston Chronicle, "Sheila Jackson Lee's reputation for verbosity precedes her, but she has won respect through sheer force of effort because nobody works harder or cares more about helping Houston than she does. The congresswoman, seeking an 11th term representing District 18, is a stout defender of President Obama and has the attention of his staff, which she puts to good use."

The Houston Chronicle endorsed Sheila Jackson Lee claiming that the rabble rousing Congresswoman has allegedly eliminated traffic jams in Houston.

As reported by the Houston Chronicle, "She told us she "makes sure every one of the president's cabinet members is working for District 18," which includes downtown and the historically black Third, Fourth and Fifth Wards. She has obtained federal funds for projects ranging from veteran's care to improved traffic flow, intervenes on behalf of Johnson Space Center and is a voice of reason on issues ranging from light rail to Obamacare to the U.S.-Mexico border. Republican opponent Sean Seibert, 50, is that rarest of birds, a Republican moderate, but we endorse Jackson Lee, 64, for re-election."

The Houston Chronicle praised Sheila Jackson Lee for her camera-hogging manners.

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