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Indy Lobby Day & more! Our Water, Our Land and Our Elections.

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Urban and rural Texans are uniting to:
Win competitive elections to free the 5 million independent Texas voters!
Protect our petition rights in all home rule cities -- the essence of local control.
Stop the rural water grabs for unaffordable hyper-growth in urban Texas!
End eminent domain for private gain!

Save the dates and make reservation for these two events!

EVENT #1! -- FRIDAY, MARCH 24, Texas Capitol

Our Water, Our Land, Our Elections: supported by Texans for Electoral Competition*
Friday, March 24, 10 to 4 pm (be there at noon if you can)
Legislative Conference Center, Underground Capitol Bldg., Rm. E2.002
THIS EVENT IS FREE

To Register for this event and for lots more details.

  • Texans for Electoral Competition is a growing coalition that includes the Libertarian, Constitution and Green parties of Texas, the League of Independent Voters, Left Up to Us and Texans for Accountable Government.

EVENT #2 -- SATURDAY, MARCH 25, Cedar Creek

Texas Populism Conference: Building the Independent Rural-Urban Alliance. This event, from 10 to 5 pm, involves information, training and action...and lunch. Cost: $25 ($15 if you bring your own).
for lots more here about this event

 

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Statewide Conference Call!

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Read our latest news and join the call at 8 pm.

Call in for this is a 1-hour discussion focused on the Texas legislative session and how we can work together to protect our water, stop eminent domain for private gain and expand electoral competition in Texas!

Call your Dial-In Number: (515) 739-1544
Enter your Access Code: 276555

Need more information? Call LIV at 512-213-4511 or email us at: mailto:info@independentleaguetx.org

 

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