2018 Primaries: Democratic Candidates For Texas Governor Debate in San Antonio

The debate included discussions of health care and jobs.

By Joey PalaciosFebruary 15, 2018 7:27 am| , , ,

From Texas Public Radio:

Early voting in Texas’ primary elections begins February 20, and the Democratic candidates for governor are making their rounds across the state.

Six candidates debated in San Antonio on Tuesday about school finance, healthcare and economic development. There are nine Democrats running, including a former sheriff, a former suburban mayor and a business owner. At San Antonio’s main library, about 200 people gathered to hear the debate.

One of the questions Bexar County Democratic Party Chairman Manuel Medina asked was about healthcare: “Healthcare is a major concern to all Texas. Where do you stand on the Affordable Care Act?”

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