Demand Cruz and Cornyn support a fair and open impeachment trial
Remind John Cornyn and Ted Cruz of the oath that they took to support and defend the Constitution and demand they support a fair and open trial in the Senate to fully hear the evidence and hold Trump accountable for his actions. If they don’t, they’ll become accomplices in Donald Trump’s coverup.
Let’s make change happen in 2020
At Indivisible Austin, we work tirelessly to celebrate, protect, and expand democracy and human rights to drive justice, equity, and inclusion.
As we head into 2020, we have BIG plans for helping to uplift democratic norms and values. With your help, we can work even harder to ensure we are successful! Please join us in our efforts by making a gift before December 31!
We have nine weeks until the Texas primary on Tuesday, March 3. Now is the time to mobilize: Get to know the candidates, and then volunteer and donate.
Indivisible Houston, Indivisible Katy Huddle, and the national Indivisible team hosted an issue forum with seven of the Democratic candidates running for John Cornyn’s senate seat.
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Posted by Indivisible Houston on Tuesday, December 10, 2019
There are competitive races in all of our districts that have Republican incumbents. Several of the candidates that Indivisible Austin endorsed in the 2018 general election—Mike Siegel, Rick Kennedy, and Julie Oliver—are running again in 2020.
In 2018, 17 State House Republicans won by less than 10 points. Eight of those won by less than five points. Beto won in nine of those districts, and in all but one of the counties where these districts live.
Saturday, January 4
Wells Branch Candidate Forum
1 p.m. at Wells Branch Recreation Center, 3000 Shoreline Dr.
Wells Branch Democrats host TX17 candidate Rick Kennedy and TX House Rep. James Talarico.
Monday, January 13
Elected for Inclusion: A Presidential Forum on Disability Issues
The American Association of People with Disabilities and REV UP Texas cordially invites you to Elected for Inclusion: A Presidential Forum on Disability Issues. This national nonpartisan event will take place on January 13, 2020 at the AT&T Hotel and Conference Center in Austin, Texas.
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