Audia JonesFor Harris County District Attorney
Audia Jones is a former prosecutor and congressional staffer. Her experience at the District Attorney’s office informs her understanding of the issues impacting our justice system. She understands that we should be investing in our communities, not sending more people to jail.
Jones has a bold vision to increase accountability and restore trust in our DAs office.
If elected, Audia Jones has pledged to:
- Create alternative paths for people at risk of arrest or incarceration
- Advocate for resources to support crime survivors
- Establish advisory boards to rebuild community relationships with the DA’s office
- Hold accountable elected officials and corporations who commit serious harms to our community
Tuesday, March 3, is the day to vote Audia Jones for Harris County District Attorney.
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