Doggett’s claims for jumping congressional districts not substantiated by his election record. His Democratic primary opponent, Alvarado, maintains hers is the new voice for congressional District 35.
Austin-Based La Voz, editor Alfredo Santos alleges that Maria Luisa Alvarado’s congressional District 35 candidacy “was designed to split the women and Latino vote.”
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
(Free-Press-Release.com) May 26, 2012 — In an early release of the June 2012 issue of La Voz, editor Alfredo Santos published innuendo that the candidacy of Maria Luisa Alvarado for congressional District 35 “was designed to split the women and Latino vote.” Without naming sources, Santos states that “(s)ome have even speculated that Doggett camp was involved.”
Interview with Richie 6/14/2010
“It’s true that of the 29 statewide offices available, the Texas Democratic Party doesn’t hold a single one. The party’s chairman, Boyd Richie, says it’s legitimate to criticize the Democrats for that — but not to blame him for it.”