Bold, Progressive Leadership
With Results

In less than two years on the Board of Trustees, here’s what we’ve done:

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Increased ACC minimum wage

From $11 to $13/Hour

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Created Affordable Childcare

Drop-In Childcare Pilot Starts January 2019

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Increased Childcare Vouchers

doubled ACC’s investment in student childcare

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Negotiated Free Transportation

Free CapMetro passes for ACC students

Imagine what we can accomplish with a full six year term!

Endorsed by
the Austin Chronicle 

Read it on AustinChronicle.com.

THE CHRONICLE EDITORIAL BOARD, FRI., OCT. 19, 2018

“Convincing voters to kick out an incumbent of any elected office can be a high bar to clear, and that holds especially true with Julie Ann Nitsch. In just two years on the ACC board, Nitsch has proven herself a staunchly progressive voice capable of enacting meaningful policy.

“She campaigned on and was instrumental in passing the district’s long-desired child care drop-in program at the Highland campus, as well as raising the minimum wage for staff members to $13 an hour… Because of Nitsch’s commitment to the work, and her successes, we endorse her for another term.

“I’m running for re-election to be a voice for students and workers, and to fulfill ACC’s mission of being a catalyst for equity.”

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