The Texas Freedom Network seeks a full-time, temporary Regional Field Coordinator in the Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) region. This position will start immediately and end November 14, 2018. The Texas Freedom Network is a statewide non-partisan, grassroots organization that is building an informed and effective movement working toward equality and social justice.
The Regional Field Coordinator is the face of the Texas Freedom Network and our student-organizing project Texas Rising in the DFW region, working to advance and grow our network of activists and organizers. The primary responsibilities of a Regional Field Coordinator include recruiting, training, and managing teams of college-age students on area campuses to build grassroots power and implement an electoral campaign.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:… Read More
Worried about the fallout from the recent Supreme Court ruling for the baker who chose to discriminate against a same-sex couple? Does the Masterpiece Cakeshop decision turn religion into a license to discriminate against LGBTQ people? Get answers from the experts at a series of town hall meetings this month in four Texas cities. Read More
The Texas Freedom Network seeks a full-time Regional Field Coordinator in the Rio Grande Valley. The Texas Freedom Network is a statewide non-partisan, grassroots organization that is building an informed and effective movement working toward equality and social justice. Read More
Voting is the easiest way to elevate our voices. Together, we can elect leaders who will stand up for the values we hold dear — like equality, quality public education, reproductive rights, and social justice for all members of our communities. We’re here to help you become a confident voter who makes informed decisions at the poll. Below, you will find our voter guides for the Bexar County District Attorney race and our Meet the Candidates: State Board of Education feature.Bexar County District Attorney Voter Guide Meet the Candidates: State Board of Education
District Attorneys and the prosecutors they oversee are enormously powerful in the US criminal justice system, in large part because they are given so much discretion to prosecute however they see fit. They effectively decide who goes to prison and who doesn’t, and how long someone will go to prison for — by unilaterally choosing what charges to bring against anyone. If we’re ever going to genuinely transform our nation’s criminal justice system, then we have to overhaul prosecutorial practices.
Read our Voter Guide here. For more information visit GoVoteTexas.Org.
Important Dates Early voting runs Tuesday, February 20th to Friday, March 2nd. During early voting, you can vote at any polling location. Primary Election Day is Tuesday, March 6th from 7 am – 7 pm. You must vote at your assigned polling site in your precinct.