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The Secretary of State’s office responded to our vote-by-mail petition, but Texans still need clarity

April 2, 2020
Texans need to know that their rights will be protected in the midst of this global pandemic. It is the duty of our state lawmakers to provide that assurance.
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Gov. Abbott issued a "stay-at-home” order, but his partisan programming prevents him from saying it

April 1, 2020
Abbott’s decision to play politics with something this important puts lives in danger.
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Senator Eddie Lucio Jr. is failing his constituency... again

March 31, 2020
Lucio’s passive leadership during the global COVID-19 pandemic will take its toll on the community he seeks to serve.
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Let’s defeat the coronavirus with the ‘Dunkirk Spirit’

March 30, 2020
Health professionals have told us what needs to be done. We must do more and do it faster.
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100% vote-by-mail in Texas is completely possible

March 26, 2020
Texans should not be asked to choose between their physical well-being and their fundamental right to vote.
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Abbott, Paxton using COVID-19 to push anti-abortion agenda

March 26, 2020
Abortion is, and will always be, essential and time-sensitive health care.
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Dan Patrick is wrong: Our neighbors aren’t expendable

March 25, 2020
The choice he offers is a lie, and implies that COVID-19 only impacts the elderly.
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The disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on LGBTQIA+ Texans

March 24, 2020
Texas must pass a comprehensive, statewide nondiscrimination law that protects all people, including LGBTQIA+ people.
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Republicans turn pandemic into fight about racism

March 19, 2020
Health experts condemn profiling virus along ethnic lines.
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Gov. Abbott must protect Texas voters by instituting universal vote-by-mail

March 19, 2020
Texans’ health, safety, and right to vote must be protected.
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A pandemic reveals our interdependence

March 16, 2020
Isn’t it obvious as the coronavirus spreads throughout our communities that the safest way to remain healthy is to help others remain healthy?
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We need to talk about paid sick leave in Texas

March 13, 2020
No one wants to give you a side of virus with your meal, least of all the people serving it to you.
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How will the coronavirus impact Texas?

March 10, 2020
Progress Texas Communications Manager Tara Pohlmeyer joins KVUE to discuss how the coronavirus will impact the Texas economy and what policies are needed to stave off the worst impacts.
How will coronavirus impact policies and the economy in Texas?

What is driving Texas progressives in 2020

March 3, 2020
Progress Texas Communications Manager Tara Pohlmeyer joins Now This to discuss the Texas primary, flipping Texas, and what issues matter most to Texas voters.
What is driving Texas progressives in 2020

Where do Texans stand on the candidates and the issues

March 1, 2020
Progress Texas Executive Director Ed Espinoza joins KXAN to discuss the Progress Texas/PPP polling results and what Texans are telling us about the Democratic candidates and the issues.
Where do Texans stand on the candidates and the issues

5 Takeaways from the South Carolina #DemDebate

February 26, 2020
With just a week to go before Super Tuesday, candidates sparred on the debate stage in South Carolina while Texas voters watched.
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POLL RESULTS: The Texas 2020 Democratic Primary with and without Bloomberg

February 26, 2020
Texas will be one of the first states to see Mike Bloomberg on the ballot. Here’s how his entrance impacts the state of the race.
The Texas 2020 Democratic Primary: With and without Bloomberg

Black Texans working for increased abortion access for all

February 24, 2020
These Texas advocates are working toward equitable abortion access for all Texans, ensuring that Black Texans are at the forefront of the conversation.
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6 Takeaways from the U.S. Senate debate in Austin

February 19, 2020
Though the Senate candidates disagreed on some of the issues, they did agree on one thing: John Cornyn has got to go.
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