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MEET GREG

Greg Casar is the progressive Congressman for families from San Antonio, to Hays County, to East Austin. He serves as the Whip of the Progressive Caucus in the United States Congress.

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A former labor organizer, Casar fights for an economy that works for working families, not big corporations. The proud son of Mexican immigrants, he has passed policies to protect families from being separated, and is a champion for civil rights and voting rights for all people.

 

Casar is an original co-sponsor of the Women’s Health Protection Act to restore abortion rights to all Texans, the PRO Act to expand worker rights, and Medicare For All to win health care as a basic right. He supports the Green New Deal, and he is committed to creating union jobs in the clean energy economy. 

 

His office has secured millions of dollars in funds for veterans, seniors, and everyday constituents.

 

Casar previously served as a member of the Austin City Council, where he led the successful efforts to: clear the decades-long backlog of sexual assault evidence, close inexcusable tax loopholes for the wealthiest, finally fund affordable housing and public transportation, and keep the East Austin Planned Parenthood open despite attacks by right-wing officials.

Casar lives in Austin with his spouse Asha and their dog Coco.

MEET GREG

Greg Casar is the progressive Congressman for families from San Antonio, to Hays County, to East Austin. He serves as the Whip of the Progressive Caucus in the United States Congress.

A former labor organizer, Casar fights for an economy that works for working families, not big corporations. The proud son of Mexican immigrants, he has passed policies to protect families from being separated, and is a champion for civil rights and voting rights for all people.

 

Casar is an original co-sponsor of the Women’s Health Protection Act to restore abortion rights to all Texans, the PRO Act to expand worker rights, and Medicare For All to win health care as a basic right. He supports the Green New Deal, and he is committed to creating union jobs in the clean energy economy. 

 

His office has secured millions of dollars in funds for veterans, seniors, and everyday constituents.

 

Casar previously served as a member of the Austin City Council, where he led the successful efforts to: clear the decades-long backlog of sexual assault evidence, close inexcusable tax loopholes for the wealthiest, finally fund affordable housing and public transportation, and keep the East Austin Planned Parenthood open despite attacks by right-wing officials.

Casar lives in Austin with his spouse Asha and their dog Coco.

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