Becca Moyer DeFelice
As a middle-class working Texas mom, Becca believes that it's time for the Texas Legislature to prioritize the issues that are impacting our families every day. As an advocate, she's proven she can deliver for Texas families through her years of advocacy with Moms Demand Action and her work with State Senator Roland Gutierrez on SB 1380, a rural mental health bill that passed in the legislature last session.
Adopted at 16 months old, Becca grew up on a working family farm in rural Pennsylvania, becoming a naturalized citizen at age 6. In 2006, Becca and her husband moved to Texas as newlyweds and in 2010, their daughter was born in San Antonio. Becca's working class background and years of community organizing and advocacy at the legislature give her the knowledge of what everyday Texans value and the ability to get those issues addressed.
If elected, Becca will work to pass healthcare access and affordability, fully funded public schools with safe classrooms for students and teachers, the Climate Jobs Program, and lower property taxes to build a Texas future all Texans can thrive in.