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Everything is bigger in Texas, including our income inequality

September 11, 2019
A majority of Texans support tax fairness, making it a common-sense option to address poverty, health care gaps, affordable housing shortages, and more.
Demand Tax Fairness Texas

There are two sleeping giants in Texas

September 11, 2019
More than 1.8 million people who cast ballots were new voters in 2016

Special Report: Flipping Texas in 2020

September 11, 2019
Our case for progressive victory in Texas.
FlippingTexas

Texas: 2016 first-time votes favored Democrats by margin of 5-to-1

September 11, 2019
Much of the state's voter growth has come from 2012 to 2016 - and continues to heavily favors Democrats
FlipTexas

Houston breaks down barriers to voting with countywide voting centers

September 10, 2019
Voters in the largest county in Texas will soon be able to cast their ballots at any polling location. The new program is expected to increase voter turnout in Harris County.
Texas countywide polling places

Gun violence should be sole focus of Texas Emergency Legislative Session

September 6, 2019
When Republican lawmakers are faced with serious calls for solutions, they ignore the needs of Texans and strike for politicizing abortion care.
GunPresser

5 things to know about Texas’ new secretary of state

September 5, 2019
We should be wary of any secretary of state appointed by Gov. Greg Abbott.
Ruth_Hughs

Texas Democrats offer 5 common-sense gun reform proposals

September 4, 2019
Texas House Democrats across the state are calling for an emergency session and pressuring Republicans to take action on gun reform.
Guns_Presser

Texas matters because the 2020 election will have the narrowest electoral map in decades

September 4, 2019
The most important reason why Democrats need to invest in Texas might be because they don’t have that many other places to go.
Flipping Texas 2020 - Part 3

Bread and roses and Labor Day

September 3, 2019
Americans are working harder and earning less. Income inequality is at levels not seen since the 19th Century.
LaborDay