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ABOUT TODD

A New Vision
for Our District

WHEN WE USE OUR HEADS AND OUR HEARTS,
when we use plain Common Sense and basic Common Decency, we can find the common ground we need to unite our country and build a positive way forward.

ABOUT TODD

A New Vision
for Our District

When we use our heads and our hearts, when we use plain Common Sense and basic Common Decency, we can find the common ground we need to unite our country and build a positive way forward.
Todd is a leader and innovator, working in the education and nonprofit fields in the Houston area for the past 15 years. Todd’s work has focused on serving our region’s children and families, particularly in the “out-of-school” time areas of early childhood and afterschool that are a real struggle for families to find affordable, quality care for all of our children.

TODD'S STORY

A Recognized Leader in
Our Community.

A Recognized Leader in Our Community.

A SIXTH GENERATION TEXAN, Todd earned his B.A. degree from Duke University, his J.D. from The University of Texas School of Law, and his MBA from Rice University. Todd has served on numerous nonprofit boards and committees. In addition to working with and leading nonprofits, Todd practiced law for three years and worked in investments for six years.

Todd’s leadership in the education and nonprofit fields has been recognized by national leadership and fellowship programs with the Children’s Defense Fund and the Aspen Institute, across the state with the Texas Lyceum, and locally with the American Leadership Forum and Center for Houston’s Future.

Todd’s first campaign rally was in downtown Houston’s Tranquillity Park for the 1988 Dukakis-Bentsen campaign. In addition to block walking and volunteering for numerous Democratic candidates, Todd served as a Precinct 40 state delegate for John Kerry for President in 2004, and he was the Precinct 148 Chair and senate delegate for the Barack Obama for President campaign in 2008. Todd also served Mayor Bill White as the Chair of the City of Houston’s Tower Commission for six years.

Todd met his wife Jennifer Litton, a breast cancer doctor and researcher, at Duke University. They live in the Rice/Medical Center area with their three children, and are members of St. Anne’s Catholic Church.

Todd has served on numerous boards and committees.

  • Southgate Civic Club
  • The Immunization Partnership
  • University Place Association
  • Holocaust Museum Houston's
    Education Committee
  • BridgeUp at Menninger
  • UH Nonprofit Leadership Alliance
  • The Children's Fund
  • Texas Lyceum Association
  • Small Steps Nurturing Center
  • Good Works Houston

TODD'S STORY

A Recognized Leader in
Our Community.

A Recognized Leader in Our Community.

A SIXTH GENERATION TEXAN, Todd earned his B.A. degree from Duke University, his J.D. from The University of Texas School of Law, and his MBA from Rice University. Todd has served on numerous nonprofit boards and committees. In addition to working with and leading nonprofits, Todd practiced law for three years and worked in investments for six years.

Todd has served on numerous boards and committees.

  • Southgate Civic Club
  • The Immunization Partnership
  • University Place Association
  • Holocaust Museum Houston's
    Education Committee
  • BridgeUp at Menninger
  • UH Nonprofit Leadership Alliance
  • The Children's Fund
  • Texas Lyceum Association
  • Small Steps Nurturing Center
  • Good Works Houston
TODD'S LEADERSHIP in the education and nonprofit fields has been recognized by national leadership and fellowship programs with the Children’s Defense Fund and the Aspen Institute, across the state with the Texas Lyceum, and locally with the American Leadership Forum and Center for Houston’s Future.

Todd’s first campaign rally was in downtown Houston’s Tranquillity Park for the 1988 Dukakis-Bentsen campaign. In addition to block walking and volunteering for numerous Democratic candidates, Todd served as a Precinct 40 state delegate for John Kerry for President in 2004, and he was the Precinct 148 Chair and senate delegate for the Barack Obama for President campaign in 2008. Todd also served Mayor Bill White as the Chair of the City of Houston’s Tower Commission for six years.

Todd met his wife Jennifer Litton, a breast cancer doctor and researcher, at Duke University. They live in the Rice/Medical Center area with their three children, and are members of St. Anne’s Catholic Church.

Todd has served on numerous boards and committees.

As your Congressman, I will be accessible and accountable to you.

WORKING FOR TEXAS-02

Our Community's Priorities are Todd's Priorities.

BUILD A RESILIENT INFRASTRUCTURE where federal, state, and local governments join forces to prevent flooding and build the infrastructure we need to protect our people, our communities, and our economy. Read more...
EXPAND ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY by building a pipeline of  lifelong learning that increases early learning options for our  youngest children and makes high quality education and career training available to everyone. Read more...
PROVIDE HEALTHCARE FOR EVERYONE that includes cost-effective, preventive healthcare instead of expensive ER visits; lower prescription drug costs; and respect for women’s healthcare choices. Read more...
CHAMPION EQUALITY & FAIRNESS by fighting for equal pay for women, reforming the criminal justice system, reforming the predatory lending system, and passing a comprehensive immigration plan. Read more...
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MAIL:   P.O. BOX 980874, HOUSTON, TX 77098
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PAID FOR BY TODD LITTON FOR CONGRESS
INFO@TODDLITTON.COM   4617 MONTROSE BLVD, #C202, HOUSTON, TX 77006
MAIL: P.O. BOX 980874, HOUSTON, TX 77098
PRIVACY POLICY
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