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Electing Progressive Women in Texas

With your support, Annie's List endorsed candidates have won more than 100 races in the last 15 years. There is still a lot of work ahead to achieve a representative democracy, but together, we will build a better Texas.

Rep. Senfronia Thompson

ANNIE'S LIST

Electing Progressive Women in Texas

With your support, Annie's List endorsed candidates have won more than 100 races in the last 15 years. There is still a lot of work ahead to achieve a representative democracy, but together, we will build a better Texas.

Rep. Senfronia Thompson

Thanks to Your Support, We're Making History

 

With a historic number of women on the ballot, 31 of 37 endorsed candidates surged to important victories on Election Day that will fundamentally change the trajectory of our Texas government. 

Meet our full slate of elected champions here.

 

WE'RE CHANGING THE FACE OF POWER 

In these historic midterm elections, a record number of voters cast their ballot for Annie's List candidates committed to change. Critical seats were flipped at the state and county levels. Eight new women will represent in the Texas Legislature. This is huge. And it’s only the beginning.

Read about our Election Night victories here.

 

With your support, we elected 31 of our record-breaking 37 endorsed candidates, added 8 new women to the state legislature, flipped several seats from red to blue and trained over 1,000 women interested in running for office. And it was only the beginning. 

See our full year-end wrap up here.

Changing the Face of Power in Texas for 16 years

In the 2018 midterms, 31 Annie's List endorsed candidates won races up and down the ballot, changing the trajectory of Texas government. 

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Together, We're Building a Better Texas

Last year, we declared 2018 as the Year of Women Winning. And on Election Night, we achieved that mission. Get to know the women dedicated to building a better Texas.
Annie's List elected champions.

Today, men hold nearly 80% of all elected positions in the Texas Legislature. We have a problem with fair representation, so how do we create an equitable state? With women like you who train to run for office, or to support other women candidates!  Learn more.

No way around it -- winning races and training future candidates comes down to raising money to support them. Your donation, large or small, helps produce real change. Donate now.

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The Annie's List Blog

Through an Intern’s Eyes—2019 Austin Luncheon

Earlier this month, I was excited to help out with the Annie’s List Luncheon featuring U.S. Representative Sylvia Garcia. For a majority of the semester, I saw the luncheon unfold in all different stages… from signing letters to stuffing envelopes to organizing name tags to setting up the tables on the day of the event.…
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Martin Martinez, our Former Development Intern, Looks Back on His Time at Annie’s List

Our interns are an integral part of our team at Annie’s List. When the semester is over and they move on to finish school or start full-time jobs, we ask that they keep in touch, remain ambitious and eager to learn, and keep fighting for progressive change in whatever they do next. Martin served as…
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Annie’s List supports progressive women candidates who are committed to advocating for women and their families. Our six pillars include championing for reproductive rights, affordable and accessible health care for all Texans and prevention of violence against women and children. See the full list here.

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Visit our interactive map, click on your city and see the list of elected leaders, upcoming trainings and events there with all the details you need in one place. 

The Annie's List store is now open with even more ways to show your support for the women changing the face of power! Shop now and put your donation towards a tee, tote, button or mug and help elect more progressive women in Texas.