(Austin, TX) — This week Women for Kopser, led by former Texas state Rep. Debra Danburg, hosted its first official meeting. Women for Kopser is a volunteer-organized effort to support Joseph Kopser’s campaign for Congress in the 21st Congressional District. In response to the gathering, Kopser said:


“I’m so proud to be supported by this accomplished group of entrepreneurs, innovators, and community builders. I’m particularly grateful to Debra Danburg for opening her home to these leaders, continuing her legacy and empowering their work. Debra’s life work to protect women’s health and create a more open Texas for women and members of the LGBTQ community has created a better life for all of us in the Lone Star state. I have every confidence that TX-21 will benefit from the energy and insight of this group for many years to come.”


This week’s gathering will kick off a weekend of action for women in Austin who are united around the goal of electing Joseph Kopser to Congress. The group plans to create opportunities for action across all ten counties that make up the 21st Congressional District.



Women for Kopser is a group of volunteers in TX-21 who are dedicated to electing Joseph Kopser to Congress. They represent a cross section of the district including community leaders, small business owners, and veterans.


Joseph Kopser is a 20-year Army veteran, technology entrepreneur, and father of three daughters running in the Democratic Primary for TX-21. His candidacy is driven by concern for the future of our country and the path Washington leadership is taking. He is building a new coalition of voters who believe the values, priorities, and expectations of Texas’ 21st congressional district will serve as a model of service and representation for Texas and the United States.