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A Live Conversation with Meghan Scoggins

Sept. 12, 2018
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Taylor and Tara Radio

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Off the Kuff- Live Interview

Sept. 19, 2018
 – 
Charles Kuffner

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ATPE Teach the Vote: Candidate Information

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Candidate Profiles

Feb. 6, 2018
 – 
Joe Southern

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Endorsement Watch: A Veritable Plethora, Part 2

Feb. 21, 2018
 – 
Charles Kuffner

Scoggins is a quality, hard-working candidate.

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How These 'Women on Fire' Plan to Turn Texas Blue

April 13, 2018
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Wendy Sachs

But what may be most remarkable about these female candidates is not their audacity to run against many well-funded, career incumbents, in red state territory, but that they have created a coalition of sorts – part professional network and a big dose of sisterhood. They call themselves “Women on Fire” and are a tribe of 28 women, who lean on each other not only for tactical campaign advice but also for the psychological support to counter the daily grind of running for office.

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Democrats Take a Page from GOP: Target the State House Races

May 18th, 2018
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Reid J. Eppstein

Meghan Scoggins is a Democrat running in a Houston-area district the party hasn’t contested since 2010. “I am having to build it all but I haven’t had any shortage of people willing to step up and help.”

The district hits the sweet spot for the Democrats in 2018. It covers wealthy (average household income: $115,530), diverse (55% black, Hispanic or Asian) Houston suburbs where Mr. Trump won 53% of the vote—well within the danger zone for Republicans who have faced double-digit backlash in special elections over the past year.

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Candidate Bio: Meghan Scoggins

Texas Women Rising

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For House District 28: Meghan Scoggins

Feb. 17, 2018
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Houston Chronicle Editorial Board

Scoggins spent the past few years focused on non-profit and community work. She... also has a grasp of the problems they face. When she talks about infrastructure issues, she cites specific voter concerns like noise abatement problems surrounding the expansion of State Highway 99. She also specifically called for a county-wide flood control district, which would be a smart policy for the next session no matter who wins in November.

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