TAG is a member of the Fair Maps Coalition. As such, TAG works with a variety of different partners to varying degrees. We want to recognize each of these organizations here.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is the leading civil rights organization in Texas. It is dedicated to protecting the rights defined by the Bill of Rights through legal and legislative action and public education. For more information, visit https://www.aclutx.org/.
Clean Elections Texas is a nonpartisan organization that seeks to promote open and accountable government in Texas by seeking public and small-dollar funding for candidates. Learn more at https://www.cleanelectionstx.org/.
Common Cause Texas works to reduce the influence of money in politics, end partisan gerrymandering, and ensure elections are fair, free and accessible. For more information, visit https://www.commoncause.org/texas/.
Common Ground for Texans works to promote civil discourse among diverse communities and advocate for elections reforms that empower people and amplify their voice in the political process. Learn more at https://cg4tx.org/.
The League of Women Voters of Texas is the Texas chapter of the League of Women Voters. This 100-year-old nonpartisan organization works to promote the interests of voters. Learn more at https://my.lwv.org/texas.
The Texas Progressive Action Network is an advocacy group that works to support good public policy and legislation, voters’ rights education, and civic engagement. Learn more about them at https://www.txprogressiveaction.com/.
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