Ashely "Flashe" Gordon Needs Your Help

Former Green Party co-chair diagnosed with a brain tumor

Former Travis County Green Party co-chair Ashely "Flashe" Gordon, who ran against Jeff Travillion for Precinct 1 county commissioner in 2016, is in the hospital and seriously ill. She suffered a broken femur last week, but after being admitted to the hospital was diagnosed with a brain tumor. The Port Arthur native is recuperating from multiple surgeries. Support her recovery effort at www.gofundme.com/flashe-funding.

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