Dallas African American Leaders Endorse Senator Cornyn for Reelection
Laud Texas’ senior senator as a thoughtful and measured leader, trusted to deliver on economic opportunity
DALLAS — Texans for Senator John Cornyn today announced endorsements from African American business, education, faith and news leaders in Dallas. Last month, Senator Cornyn hosted an open-forum roundtable where he and participants discussed important issues ranging from ensuring economic opportunity and access to financial capital in Black communities, to protecting public transit, supporting federally qualified health centers, criminal justice reform and more.
Darryl E. Blair – Publisher, The Elite News
Sherry Anne Christian – The Elite News
Vincent Zeno – CEO, KVWR/95.5 FM Warning Radio
Leon Zeno – General Manager, Zeno and Associates, Inc.
Dr. Corey C. Toney – Pastor, New Leaf Family Church
Ken Green – CEO, Green & Associates
Sherman Roberts – CEO, Citywide Development Corp.
“He is honest, reliable and willing to work with others across the aisle in Washington to better the quality of life for Texas residents,” said Blair in his Elite News endorsement.” (Full endorsement by Elite News here.)
“Senator Cornyn doesn’t run away from the hard questions, and that means a lot to me,” said Green. “He’s about everyone, for all his constituents; he’s very approachable, down-to-earth, a humble person and those are the type of people we need in DC.”
“In a time where the Black community needs to know that our leaders are working for us, Senator Cornyn is reaching out, listening, and pushing to enact real change,” said Vincent Zeno.
“I see a partner in Senator Cornyn. When I spoke to him about the need for greater access to financial capital in our Black communities, and the concern of outside investors coming in and redeveloping those neighborhoods, Senator Cornyn not only heard me — but said he wanted to do something about it,” said Leon Zeno. “That’s the type of champion Texans need in Washington.”
Senator Cornyn accepted KHVN/Heaven 97’s invitation for a second #TXSEN debate. MJ Hegar declined.
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