Fort Worth has an opportunity to transform local politics to center the voices of Black, Brown, young, working class and historically marginalized people and help elect local leaders who will bring creativity, equity, and robuse participation to our city council.
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Jen’s candidacy was rated 5 out of 5 stars for Support and Vision by the Tarrant Transit Alliance! This campaign will fight for the development of transit that fits working class lives and priorities, with an approach that includes our city’s residents in its planning.
See more at 2021 Tarrant County Transit Voters Guide
Enough is Enough is doing important on-the-ground organizing in our city fighting back against oppression and systemic racism through direct action, demanding justice for Atatiana Jefferson, as well as coordinating food and clothing drives and meeting the needs of the community through mutual aid.
See more at Enough is Enough Fort Worth Endorsement
“So many of the decisions that are made in this chamber are the point where our lives meet the state.” Jen addresses the Fort Worth City Council at the February 23rd meeting after sub-freezing temperatures, blackouts, water boil notices and hazardous road conditions impacted residents everywhere.
The Tarrant County Labor Council, which includes dozens of AFL–CIO affiliated unions, endorses Jen Sarduy for District 2. #VoteUnion:
“When we adopt people-first policies that value and understand intersecting identities and oppressions, we create the opportunity to transform Fort Worth, together.” Jen responds to the city’s existing protections for the LGBTQ+ community, and the need to do better.
“I want us to want better and to know that we deserve better from our city.” Jen shares their experience with power outages during the historic winter storm, and weighs in on the city’s response to the crisis.