Do you vote halfheartedly, or not at all, because you don’t want to encourage them?
Then you must be an independent Texan — along with 42% of Texas voters!
We’ve seen our country, state and cities hijacked by an unaccountable elite that holds itself above the people. But America was not created for the establishment, by the establishment. She is now and will always be of the people, by the people, and FOR the people.
Don’t believe in either political party? Don’t believe the media?
Heck, we independents have a hard time believing in the guy we just voted for! Whether it’s Donald Trump or Bernie Sanders or a third party, we’re all just looking for a way OUT.
Do you believe change starts with ENDING THE TWO PARTY STRANGLEHOLD on our electoral system? We do!
Are you a “localist” — you believe that all politics start in your backyard? Check out this great local campaign on the ballot this November — Bastrop’s “Five Easy Pieces” Charter Amendment for Reasonable Petition Rights!
If you think you came to the right place, you can start by calling yourself by the right name – an independent Texan.
Now, declare your own independence by doing the Independent Texans’ Three-Step:
►Step One: Subscribe to our email list.
►Step Two: Become a member the League of Independent Voters of Texas.
►Step Three: Join our local organizing groups or bring us to your community to start one!
Contact us at Independent Texans, PAC if you wanna to do more than just talk, we walk!
If independents score a triple play tomorrow — in Austin, Hays and Bastrop — it will be because you agree that democracy is not a spectator sport. 1 No on Prop 1 in Austin, 2 No on Props 1&2 in Hays County and 3 FOR all five Props 1-5 in the City of Bastrop Big […]
Independents — now 42% of America — will decide this election. This is especially true in Hays County as more and more Millennials (the majority of whom now identify as independents) have moved to Hays County seeking the affordability that would allow them to raise a family. QUESTION: Guess who is trying to saddle this […]
Independents — now 42% of America — will decide this election. In Austin — the so-called “Millennial City” — this is especially true since the majority of Millennials identify as independent. WARNING: Guess who is trying to saddle this generation with massive debt for a transportation scheme that does not address mobility through roads or […]
Have you seen the raging debate (a good one) about Prop 1 on ChangeAustin.org’s Facebook page? Join the discussion – it’s not boring, promise! If you ask the big donors who put up $1 million to promote Prop 1 — the Austin Chamber, the Real Estate Council, Heritage Title (Gary Farmer) etc. — what has […]
Help us take full advantage of the rather lame efforts by a number of Bastrop City Council members and their allies to defeat Propositions 1 thru 5, for More Reasonable Petition Requirements. You can do this tonight by reading this article that just got posted online at the Statesman and offering a comment. Here’s the […]