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Thursday, June 18, 2020 by Elizabeth Pagano

The entire Austin City Council and Mayor Steve Adler have signed an online pledge to “reject political donations from the Fraternal Order of Police.” A growing list of local candidates and elected officials have signed the pledge, including, at press time, the following:

Margaret Chen Kercher, Candidate for County Court Judge, Austin, Texas; David Chincanchan, City Council Candidate, Austin, Texas; Vanessa Fuentes, City Council Candidate, Austin, Texas; Pooja Sethi, City Council Candidate, Austin, Texas; Alison Alter, City Council Member, Austin, Texas; Greg Casar, City Council Member, Austin, Texas; Paige Ellis, City Council Member, Austin, Texas; Jimmy Flannigan, City Council Member, Austin, Texas; Ann Kitchen, City Council Member, Austin, Texas; Leslie Pool, City Council Member, Austin, Texas; Sabino Renteria, City Council Member, Austin, Texas; Kathie Tovo, City Council Member, Austin, Texas; Natasha Harper-Madison, City Council Member, Austin, Texas; Mike Siegel, Congressional Candidate, TX-10, Texas; Candace Valenzuela, Congressional Candidate, TX-24, Texas; Laurie Eiserloh, County Attorney Candidate, Travis County, Texas; Valinda Bolton, County Commissioner Candidate, Travis County, Texas; Ann Howard, County Commissioner Candidate, Travis County, Texas; Lisa Prewitt, County Commissioner Candidate, Hays County, Texas; Jose Garza, District Attorney Candidate, Travis County, Texas; Steve Adler, Mayor, Austin, Texas; Delia Garza, Mayor Pro Tem, Austin, Texas; Eddie Rodriguez, State Representative, District 51, Texas; Sarah Eckhardt, State Senate Candidate, District 14, Texas; Stephanie Gharakhanian, Trustee, Austin Community College District, Texas; and Julie Oliver, U.S. House Representative Candidate, TX-25, Texas.

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