Work for Wendy!

Wendy Davis’ campaign for governor is hiring for field positions across Texas, and you don’t want to miss out on this incredible opportunity. Her field team is responsible for the largest ground game Texas has ever seen.

Be a part of the movement and apply to be a field organizer or deputy field organizer for Wendy today!

Click here for information on the FO position.
Click here for information on the DFO position.


Greg Abbott’s Decisions Show Disturbing Pattern of Siding Against Texans

Austin, TX – Supreme Court records show Attorney General Greg Abbott has a history of siding against sexual assault victims while he served on the Court. As a judge, Greg Abbott decided with corporations over sexual assault victims in four out of five instances, including the Kirby case referenced in State Senator Wendy Davis’ recent campaign ad. Continue reading


Politico features Annie’s List Board Chair Amber Anderson Mostyn

Politico features Annie’s List Board Chair Amber Anderson Mostyn on the gap between men and women in political contributions. As we face a crucial election, it’s important to close the gap to ensure women are heard.

As a fundraiser for Annie’s List in Texas, Amber Mostyn said she knows it takes more work for women to open their checkbooks.

“The trust factor is really important. We try to put our candidates in front of them as much possible. Political giving — especially large donations — is a newer endeavor for women, so they need a greater level of trust than men. “   Continue reading


Annie’s List Responds to Greg Abbott’s Press Conference on Woman-Owned Businesses

Austin, TX – Today, Annie’s List Interim Executive Director Patsy Woods Martin released the following statement responding to Attorney General Greg Abbott’s press conference on woman-owned businesses in Texas:

“Attorney General Greg Abbott may say he supports Texas women, but his record shows that’s just not the case. He pays women in his own office less than men who do the same work, and he wants to put the government between women and their own personal, healthcare decisions. We’ve heard time and time again Abbott will side with women across the state. It’s clear that’s just campaign rhetoric.
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