What’s an independent?
Independent voters vote for the person, not the party. We like to shop the ballot. Our views are not driven by a set of beliefs or ideology. Therefore, we independent voters do not fit into one political party.
Most of all, independent voters want electoral competition. There are far too many races in Texas with no one running, or very few.
What is Independent Texans?
Independent Texans PAC is a general purpose political action committee registered with the state of Texas since 2001. In the words of Shirley Chisholm, we are unbossed and unbought by the parties and their special interest backers. Independent Texans is dedicated to providing a place for Texans to self-organize and to create solutions that depart from partisanship, ideology and the general axe grinding that has turned millions of voters away from political participation.
What do we do.
Independent Texans supports or opposes ballot and bond measures and candidates running on any party line or as small “i” unaffiliated independents.
Our Legal Status.
Independent Texans files reports donors and expenditures that you can find online at the Texas Ethics Commission and we support full disclosure of campaign contributions.
Wanna help the independent movement grow? Check out the League of Independent Voters of Texas, get on their email list and get involved from the ground up. Independent politics is of, by and for the people!
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