Letitia Plummer

Letitia Plummer

Texas District 22

Letitia Plummer has been a small business owner in Pearland, TX for over 20 years. She advocates for the rights for women and to ensure that the health care needs of her community are met.  As a dentist, small business owner and single mother of three boys she is committed to advancing policies that support the middle class, ensures access to healthcare and provides for equity in education.

She serves on a board that manages six public health care centers and she owns and operates two private clinics.  She has seen first-hand the negative impacts of the repeal of the affordable health care act in her district. Letitia will bring her experience as a medical professional to congress to help make better decisions on delivering effective, accessible affordable health care.

Letitia advises the Houston Area Women’s Center where she focuses on programs allow women to know their rights. Her unbought and unbossed leadership and commitment to her community will be leveraged in congress as she works to build a vibrant economy with a strong middle class in Texas.  

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