As Democrats look to expand their House majority in November, they have their eyes on Texas' 24th congressional district. Republican incumbent Rep. Kenny Marchant is retiring, leaving the seat up for grabs in a district where Donald Trump had a strong showing in the 2016 presidential election, but Democrat Beto O'Rourke performed well in his failed 2018 bid for Senate. Now, if the Democratic nominee Candace Valenzuela manages to pull off a win, she will make history as the country's first Afro-Latina congresswoman. Valenzuela joins Cheddar politics to discuss her bid for Congress.