Jrmar Jefferson, Democratic candidate for U.S. House

Episode 6 August 02, 2022 01:09:57
Jrmar Jefferson, Democratic candidate for U.S. House
On the Line
Jrmar Jefferson, Democratic candidate for U.S. House
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Show Notes

In May, Texarkana native Jrmar “JJ” Jefferson won the Democratic nomination to represent Texas' 1st Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives.

With about 12 weeks until voting begins, we offered Jefferson the opportunity to share his story and views. As you'll hear, he had a lot to say.

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