Todd Allen's story is simple: he's a teacher, a husband, a father, and he's running for Congress. Looking around at our modern political climate, Todd decided what was needed was something new, for both politics and the Democratic Party: a public servant running for office instead of a politician.  An underdog representing a Nation of Underdogs, who listens to the voices of everyday working Americans and stands for a better future. A future of national civility instead of national cynicism. Of political conversation instead of political distrust. Of lasting change.  Todd Allen looked out at what politics had become and decided that It Didn't Have to Be Like This.  Now he's running because he believes We Can Be Better


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  • Heath Hamrick endorsed

    “I support Todd Allen because he's a working American with working American values. He's a teacher, as I am, and he cares about serving the public rather than serving himself or a corporate or Party elite. Plainly put: he's a public servant, not a politician. I want a public servant representing me.”

October 26, 2017

Main Street to Main Street

Away from the hustle and bustle and the rat race of the primary season, as I go door-to-door in the Texas 24th Congressional District and as I visit with Main Street Americans, I keep hearing the same words: CivilityConversation. Change.  I keep hearing that what seems to matter most to my fellow Texans is that political behavior needs to change and the focus of our public servants need to be the public they are meant to serve

Recently, I took the opportunity to mingle with my fellow Texas at a local festival, introducing myself and, more importantly, listening to what they have to say.

Take a Look at Todd Allen's Conversation: Main Street to Main Street

September 1, 2017

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  • Heath Hamrick endorsed

    “I support Todd Allen because he's a working American with working American values. He's a teacher, as I am, and he cares about serving the public rather than serving himself or a corporate or Party elite. Plainly put: he's a public servant, not a politician. I want a public servant representing me.”