Community Focused.

Grassroots Effort.   

Volunteer Driven.

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MEET MIHAELA PLESA

 

Mihaela is the only child of immigrant parents who fled Romania to seek a better life in the United States -

the land of prosperity!

As a lifetime resident of North Texas, Mihaela Plesa is a proud product of local schools, including Plano ISD, University of North Texas, and Southern Methodist University. After college, Mihaela worked to help women start their small businesses in our community.


For the last 5 years, Mihaela has worked as a legislative director for state representatives in Austin and is the only candidate to have passed legislation and delivered results for our community.

“The #1 priority of our state should be to keep the lights on. Our leaders have failed us in that capacity. I’m running for the Texas House to be effective on day one and to restore faith and integrity in our state government. Together, we can bring change to Texas!”

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MIHAELA PLESA
Together, we can bring change to Texas!

MIHAELA IN OUR COMMUNITY

MIHAELA AT THE CAPITOL

 

Mihaela is the only candidate in this election with the experience of delivering legislative results.

It is essential that HD 70 nominate their strongest advocate for the Texas House in order to win in November. The Texas Families Bill of Rights would make it easier for Texas families to thrive. Texans need results not rhetoric.  We can help everyone, regardless of your income, race, or gender and ensure that every child reaches their full potential.

 

Let’s make the changes we need for a stronger Texas! Let's elect a candidate with a comprehensive legislative agenda and a proven record of success to get the job done!

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“We’re not going to have the America that we want until we elect leaders who are going, to tell the truth—not most days, but every day.”

—Ann Richards.