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"You are demanding that this city will respect the dignity of labor. But let me say to you tonight, that whenever you are engaged in work that serves humanity and is for the building of humanity, it has dignity, and it has worth. One day our society must come to see this. All labor has dignity."

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Noah Lopez

My name is Noah Lopez and I was born in Lubbock, Texas. I was not born into a wealthy family; I was born into a working family who were promised the American Dream and were sold a lie.

I remember my parents working multiple jobs just to have a roof over our heads and food on the table. They would pick me up from school on their breaks and go straight back to work. They would leave their first job, come home and change, and go straight to the next job.

My family taught me about having a hard work ethic and told me that it is the only way to make it. They struggled even though they worked hard. That is why I am running. I am running for the families like mine who were promised a dream and sold a lie.

Working people have been told for generations not to complain and to just work harder, and those that complain are told they did not work hard enough. I believe that the system has been built to work against us and needs to be fixed.

I recently graduated South Plains College, a school that serves many communities in West Texas. I advocated on behalf of the college in Austin for more state funding for community colleges across the state. Representative Tepper was one of the members we looked forward to meeting and at the last minute decided not to meet with us. If I were in office, I would at the least meet the people I serve.

At South Plains College, I served as a senator on the Student Government and worked with the other representatives to rebuild a constitution after the student government dissolved during the Covid Pandemic. I have advocated and passed resolutions in support of Hispanic Heritage Month, Indigenous Peoples Day, and a voter registration week at all campuses.

As a representative for District 84, I want to continue being an advocate and build a community based on love and compassion, not of hate and division. I want us to fight for a greener future that cares for workers, the planet, and people who we do not always see eye-to-eye with.

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