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THE FACTS

Colin Allred is a dangerous extremist who has always fought for the far left’s most radical policy goals.

  • Allred worked as a critical race theory activist and helped Ian Haney López with his book Dog Whistle Politics.
  • On Voting for 87,000 New IRS Agents: In 2022, Colin Allred voted for the Inflation Reduction Act (H.R. 5376).1 The Inflation Reduction Act had wide-ranging implications, including increased IRS funding for the hiring of 87,000 new agents, but it was often criticized for large components addressing climate change and hurting domestic energy production.
  • Allred stated, “I certainly support some of the goals of the Green New Deal.” Video: (26:35) 
  • Colin Allred voted for H.R. 51, which provided for the admission of Washington D.C. into the Union as a state.
  • Colin Allred voted for H.R. 1, the For the People Act of 2021, which was a sweeping voting, redistricting, and campaign finance reform bill. 
  • At an April 2018 town hall, Colin Allred said “Would it be better had [the Second Amendment] not been written? Of course. Of course.”
  • Allred stated he is a supporter of Medicare or All. Video (3:10 – 3:15): “We have to get to universal coverage. That’s why I’ve come out for Medicare for All.” Allred has called Medicare for All the “basis of [his] party.”
  • Colin Allred has been praised as a “Justice Democrat” by Justice Democrats, a group that helped AOC win in 2018 and Ayanna Pressley get elected to Congress. Justice Democrats helped fundraise for Colin Allred and made a direct, in-kind contribution to his campaign. 
  • As a lawyer, Allred worked on Soros-funded lawsuits² with Marc Elias and defended a pro-Hillary Clinton Super PAC & a radical, left-wing group
  • On COVID-19: In February 2023, Rep. Colin Allred voted against3 H.J. Res. 7 rescinded the March 13, 2020, national emergency declaration issued by President Trump for COVID-19.4 H.J. Res. 7 received bipartisan support in the House and Senate and was approved by President Biden, despite initially opposing the resolution when it was in the GOP-controlled House.

Timeline:

  1. On February 1, 2023, 11 Democrats joined 218 Republicans in voting to approve the measure. (no Republicans voted against it)
  2. On March 29, 2023, H.J. Res. 7 passed the Senate 68-23 with 22 Democrats voting in support of the resolution. (Including Sen. Angus King of ME)
  3. On April 10, 2023, President Biden signed H.J. Res. 7 into law.

Colin Allred’s Values
Aren’t Texas Values!

1117th Congress, H.R. 5376 – Roll Call Vote 420, August 12, 2022

²Western District of Wisconsin, Case No. 3:15-cv-00324-jdp, May 29, 2015

3118th Congress, H.J. Res. – Roll Call Vote 104, February 1, 2023

4118th Congress, Public Law 118-3, April 10, 2023

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