'Live PD' destroys body cam footage of Javier Ambler's death. John Iadarola and congressional candidate Dr. Christine Mann break it down on The Damage Report.
COVID-19 Gives New Urgency to Doctors Running for Office
The Takeaway spoke with Dr. Christine Eady Mann, a family practice physician in Cedar Park, Texas, and a congressional candidate in Texas District 31.
The New York Times
Nightly Applause Is Nice, but Some Doctors Think Votes Would Be Nicer
“My day job is talking people into getting colonoscopies,” one doctor said. So how much harder could the campaign trail be?
Texas Doctor And Congressional Candidate Explains Timeline Of COVID-19
The Austin Chronicle
Policy Prescriptions: Physician Candidates Contemplate the Pandemic
Gandhi, Eady Mann keep practicing while running for Congress. Of the three Democratic primary run-offs in Austin-area Congressional races, two include primary care physicians. Both are dealing with pandemic-related issues in their practices.
Salado village voice
Mann to Meet Salado Dems
Front page article in the Salado Village Voice about Congressional Candidate Dr. Christine Eady Mann meeting with Salado Democrats group on January 20, 2020.
The young Turks
The Young Turks - The Conversation
Congressional candidate Dr. Christine Eady Mann gives a doctor's perspective on progressive policies including Medicare for All.
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ATX Metal Podcast
We are talking with Congressional Candidate Dr. Christine Mann and her campaign manager Jaquita Wilson about their current run for the House of Representatives. Get Learnt!
Wilco Doctor Volunteers at Border Clinic
Dr. Christine Eady Mann's presentation about her trip to the border featured in the Williamson County Sun.
A Physician Looks To Turn One Texas District Blue
Dr. Christine Mann (D), congressional candidate in Texas' 31st district, discusses the primary race, which features eight candidates vying for the opportunity for oust incumbent Representative John Carter, who won the district by less than three percent in 2018.
The Damage Report
The Damage Report with John Iadarola
Progressives look to flip Texas in the 2020 congressional elections. John Iadarola and Dr. Christine Eady Mann break it down on The Damage Report.
Tales from the moon tower
Tales from the Moon Tower Podcast
Guest, Dr. Christine Mann, talks about how Jessie Daniel Ames inspired herself and other Texas activists to engage and register voters, and to work on behalf of civil rights. Dr. Mann is a current candidate for Texas congressional district 31.
Backwards & in High heels
Backwards & In High Heels Podcast
Today's show is jam packed with an amazing panel of guests. Up first we interview Dr. Christine Mann, running to unseat John Carter in US Congress, Texas CD 31.
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Two Broads Talking Politics Podcast
Kelly talks with two women running for Congress in 2020 from Texas: Dr. Christine Mann in the Texas 31st District and Jennie Lou Leeder in the Texas 21st District.
Dr. Christine Mann, a Cedar Park family physician and a longtime Democratic activist with a record of fighting for women's rights,kicked off her congressional campaign for Texas’s 31st Congressional District Saturday, June 22.
Speaking to a crowd of about 50 people, Mann said she is running to “repeal and replace” Republican incumbent John Rice Carter of Round Rock, a former Williamson County Judge who was first elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 2002.
Male Democrats Are More Focused on Getting Elected Than Actually Putting in the Work
Dr. Christine Mann is featured in this op-ed by Get Her Elected founder Lily Herman. Herman unpacks why so many white men run for higher office after losing elections — and why female candidates don't.
The National Republican Congressional Committee sent out a press release on Wednesday accusing Dr. Christine Eady Mann, a Texas Democrat running for Rep. John Carter’s (R-TX) seat, of downplaying the Holocaust when she tweeted her agreement with Ocasio-Cortez’ comment.
REALTalk interviews Dr. Christine Mann
Who said Republicans and Democrats can't have a conversation, or even agree on a few things?