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Tweetbank for Texas

If you’re on Twitter, we’ve set up a tool to easily send tweets with important information about voting and select down-ballot races. Let us know what you think!

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Keep the pressure on Cruz and Cornyn to #SaveThePostOffice


First, read this exclusive interview with William Moody, President of the National Association of Letter Carriers, Local Branch 181—written by our very own Annie Hartnett.

“It was reported to me by the Mail Handlers Union that one flat sorting machine has been removed from the facility and four letter sorting machines have been roped off and are not being used. Each letter sorting machine can sort 30,000 letters/hour. Also, letter carriers are being instructed to leave the office for their route by 8:30 AM each morning whether their mail is complete or not. Also, no second trips if parcels are late and no over time.”

Demand that Cruz and Cornyn #SaveThePostOffice

Read the letter to Greg Abbott from Texas Civil Rights Project, Indivisible Austin, and other groups regarding USPS

42 days until Early Voting

Be A Texas Voter

View our 2020 Election Resource Page

Important Election Dates

  • October 5 – Deadline to register to vote for the Nov 3, 2020 election (postmarked by)
  • October 23 – Deadline to request a ballot by mail (received by)
  • October 13 – October 30 – Early voting period
  • November 3 – Election Day AND Last day to deliver a mail-in ballot to a county clerk’s office

Sign up for a Windivisible phone bank

Train to become a Travis County poll worker

Travis County offers contactless voter registration

Are you registered to vote? Use this simple tool to confirm, update, and register to vote.

Spread the word that Travis County voters can text ‘Register’ to 48683 to be registered to vote. Forms will be *mailed*, with a paid return envelope—sent via USPS, so get started now. October 5 is the deadline to register to vote.

How to vote by mail in Texas

Texas Legislature

Who represents me?


Thursday, September 3

Indivisible September National Activist Call

7 p.m. Join us for the monthly Indivisible National Activist Call! All group leaders, group members and other Indivisible activists are welcome.

RSVP on Zoom

Thursday, September 10

Meet Mike Gleason, candidate for Williamson County Sheriff

5 to 8 p.m. at Celebrino Events Center, Georgetown. Mike Gleason is the Democratic candidate running against incumbent Robert Chody—the “Live PD” reality show star whose department is responsible for the death of Javier Ambler. Wilco residents have a chance to vote him out.

RSVP on Facebook

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