- October 19, 2021Para información sobre cómo votar anticipadamente con boleta por correo postal, visite govotetexas.org/es . Here’s everything you need to know about voting by mail in Texas. Step 1: Eligibility To vote by mail, you must first complete an Application for...
- October 18, 2021Para información sobre como votar anticipadamente en Español, visite GoVoteTexas.org/es . Avoid the lines. Avoid the excuses. There is absolutely no reason to wait until Election Day to vote. In Texas, any registered voter may vote early in person. Early...
- October 17, 2021Texas has been facing court battles ever since the implementation of the state’s discriminatory voter ID laws in 2011. It’s obvious that these laws were put into place by Texas Republicans to suppress voters, especially young voters and voters of color...
- October 15, 2021What do young people of Texas want the political future of our state to look like? What do they want in candidates, policy, and agency? This week we spoke with three young progressive advocates - Katya Ehresman, Jeggrey Clemmons, and Ric Galvan - to find...
- October 15, 2021In the November 2021 election, Austin voters should resoundingly reject Proposition A, which proposes to drastically and permanently increase funding to the Austin Police Department via major cuts to other services, like Fire and EMS. It is an incredibly...
- October 15, 2021This week the team tackles the big topics of the day: Republicans are drawing and approving racist district maps to maintain power Vaccine mandate bans and local efforts to fight masking bands What is next on the fight to protect trans kids Click here to...
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"Ding dong, the wicked bill is dead. Resilient Texans organized for months to kill Senate Bill 7, and on the very last day that it could pass, voters can finally celebrate its demise."
“[The bill] has become a Frankenstein-like monster of voter suppression with the worst parts of different bills thrown together in one terrifying piece of legislation."
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“Texas voters agree that police brutality is a problem, and many also believe that funding should be reallocated to support mental health, homelessness and emergency medical services.”
“Instead of trying to distract with ideology, state lawmakers should focus on prioritizing public health and safety measures.”