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Texas by the numbers: Dems won big cities and tied suburbs, but overwhelmed in smaller counties

November 5, 2020
Biden narrowed the margin to 6 points but Republicans ran up the score in the smaller counties.

8 progressive takeaways from the 2020 election in Texas

November 5, 2020
With every election, Texas progressives are gaining more power.

While campaigns come and go, the fight for progress continues

November 5, 2020
The general election may be over, but there’s still a lot you can do to help build a better Texas.

Malice is the motive for overturning Obamacare

October 26, 2020
It doesn’t seem to bother Republicans at all that tens of millions of Americans will lose their coverage or pay even more for it.

Here’s why Texas is the biggest battleground state in this election

October 22, 2020
It’s been almost five decades since Texas went blue in a presidential election. But this is the year to change that.

Indicted Attorney General is under investigation again. Here are 7 reasons he shouldn’t be in office.

October 7, 2020
Ken Paxton should have resigned long ago. These recent allegations are just the latest in a string of corruption.

It’s going to take all of us to protect our vote

October 1, 2020
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Today’s Texas GOP is the Party of Trump, and it will do anything to hold on to power

September 24, 2020
Republicans have no platform. Their allegiance is to Trump, and they've given up on any discernible values

Don’t take Gov. Abbott’s pro-police posturing seriously

September 21, 2020
Abbott and other Republicans are trying desperately to distract us from their tragic public safety failures during the coronavirus pandemic.

Progress Texas Happy Hour with Brandy Chambers & Lorenzo Sanchez

September 18, 2020
Join Texas House candidates Brandy Chambers (HD-112), Lorenzo Sanchez (HD-67), & Progress Texas Executive Director Ed Espinoza for a live discussion on the work to flip Texas, leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic, the power of our vote, & more.
Brandy Chambers, Lorenzo Sanchez

Texas Rep. Jon Rosenthal (HD-135) says the pandemic can spark positive, progressive change

September 16, 2020
Texas Rep. Jon Rosenthal (HD-135) says the COVID-19 pandemic can spark positive, progressive change during the 2021 Texas Legislative Session.
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Progressive women in Texas are changing the game

September 15, 2020
Here’s what flipping Texas blue can mean for women in Texas politics.

It’s going to take all of us: Swing voters alone will not save democracy

September 14, 2020
We need a hyper-mobilized base to fix this mess.

Progress Texas Happy Hour with Cristina Tzintzún Ramirez & Rep. Jon Rosenthal

September 11, 2020
Join progressive organizer Cristina Tzintzún Ramirez, Texas Rep. Jon Rosenthal (HD-135), & Progress Texas Communications Director Tara Pohlmeyer for a discussion on the work to flip Texas, leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic, the power of our vote, & more.
Cristina Tzintzun & Jon Rosenthal

Democrats need 9 seats to flip the Texas House. Here are 22 opportunities.

August 26, 2020
From redistricting to school funding, we have the power to change Texas politics for decades to come.
Texas House Candidates

Texas Republicans are so scared of the ballot box they’re turning on one another because of it

August 25, 2020
Gov. Abbott was right to extend early vote by one week, but now Republicans are suing to take it away.

It’s time for the Confederates at the Capitol to go

August 24, 2020
Let’s honor Black Texans, not those who fought to take their rights away.

Practical abortion support for Texans during COVID-19

August 20, 2020
The pandemic has called attention to many societal issues that have needed to be transformed for a long time, including abortion care.
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How progressive voters are changing the political landscape of south Texas

August 17, 2020
With historic campaigns from Jessica Cisneros and Sara Stapleton-Barrera, progressives laid a foundation for future elections.
Progressives in South Texas