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We Can Flip 5 Anti-Abortion Districts in 2022

By Emily Clark | Progress Texas } October 13, 2022 

 Our reproductive rights are on the ballot this November, and a handful of seats in the Texas Legislature are up for grabs. That means we have the chance to boot out some of the people responsible for passing Texas’ abortion bans...


Miheala Plesa: Power in representing a community

By Natalie Clark | Star Lone Star Parity Project \ October 10, 2022 

Growing up the daughter and granddaughter of immigrants, Plesa was surrounded by a diverse community growing up, interested in issues such as women’s rights, the war in Iraq, civil justice causes, and more. Plesa saw how her parents’ strong international roots connected and conflicted with their pursuance of the American dream growing up and this pulled her to pursue a career in politics...


UPDATED: Activists gather in Plano to protest leaked SCOTUS opinion on Roe v. Wade

By Garrett Gravley | Star Local Media \ May 3, 2022 

Various Democratic grassroots organizers and candidates were in attendance, including Texas State House candidates Brittney Verdell (District 65) and Mihaela Plesa (District 70), Collin County Democratic Party Chair candidate Caroline Werner, Collin County Commissioners Court candidate John Stafford and more ....

2022 North Dallas Texas Democratic Women Forum | Feb 7, 2022

Guests include Justin Calhoun, Mihaela Plesa, and Jose Orta

Watch our Virtual Meetings on YouTube Now! Including the recent 10th Biennial Democratic Primary Candidate Forum held on Sunday, Feb. 6th.

Texas Cannabis Collective | Feb 10, 2022

Austin and Jesse host this episode which features Democrat candidate Mihaela Plesa. Mihaela is running for Texas House District 70 which covers only Collin County just north of Dallas. Mihaela speaks about her experience as a legislative director at the capitol and getting bills passed, her time as an advocate and activist and much more. For more information on her campaign visit

Blue Talk Texas | February 4, 2022

Guests include Justin Calhoun, Mihaela Plesa, and Jose Orta

Living Blue in Texas was started for the sole purpose of helping to keep voters informed and up-to-date on the latest in Texas news and politics.

Mihaela Plesa, D, for State House District 70
Collin County Votes

Published February 7, 2022 | NBCDFW




Mihaela Plesa (Democratic Party) is running for election to the Texas House of Representatives to represent District 70. She is on the ballot in the Democratic primary on March 1, 2022.

Mihaela Plesa (Democratic Party) is running for election to the Texas House of Representatives to represent District 70. She is on the ballot in the Democratic primary on March 1, 2022.

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Texas State House Districts (2022): HD 70, HD 63, HD 65

gboros | Daily Kos
Tuesday December 14, 2021 · 7:02 AM CST

HD 70 is probably the Democrats’ best (and one of their only) pick-up opportunities, given Biden’s strong margin .... Therefore, I’m classifying the district as a Toss Up..., while the Democrat candidates include Mihaela Elizabeth Plesa...

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Gerrymandering & Big Money in Politics | Women Organizing Women Democrats

Nov 20, 2021 | Women Organizing Women Democrats

00:00: Joan Ridley presents Gerrymandering & Big Money in Politics

53:36: Candidate introductions 1:08:48: Announcements & Closing Joan Ridley presents understanding the impact of elected officials choosing their voters, how it impacts policy, and what we can do about it.

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November 9, 2021 | Press Release

Collin County, TX – Mihaela Plesa, Democratic candidate for Texas House of Representatives House District 70, announces her candidacy for the newly drawn district which encompasses parts of North Dallas, Richardson, Plano and Allen.


Filing period for 2022 primaries starts Saturday; local House delegation will undergo minor changes

By Gromer Jeffers Jr.
5:00 AM on Nov 12, 2021

Some Democrats have already announced their candidacies... and Mihaela Plesa. 

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