Speaking of Turkeys, Kleinschmidt is Resigning!

Before you run off for Thanksgiving, here are some very important updates! *  Save the Date – Saturday, January 24th: For the rescheduled “Remember the Ogallala” meeting, though it’s likely to be held in Austin with the legislative session already underway by then. More soon. *  Rep. Tim Kleinschmidt is resigning! That it comes within just weeks of his reelection, makes it a dizzying runaround for all House District 17 voters — Lee, Bastrop, Caldwell, Gonzales and Karnes countians. It[…]

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Come to Wimberley or else!

When you get to the end of this email, you’ll figure out why the laughing chicken is here. It’s great to see many new people signing up to come to Wimberley this Saturday. How ’bout you? Sign in here. Still undecided about coming? Here’s what is going to happen there: You will learn about how in-migration growth, waved on by our political “leaders” and the real estate lobby, is undermining economic development in Texas and what we can do about[…]

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Come to Wimberley Saturday, November 22

We are so glad many folks are asking why we’re going to be in Wimberley on Saturday, November 22. THIS EVENT IS CANCELED DUE TO WEATHER. Read more here. You’ll be impressed with the agenda and speakers, Remember the Ogallala, Remember Vista Ridge! But really it’s YOU that we most need to be there to strategize and plan. Reserve a free seat now right here, then invite others. This is the first annual meeting of the League of Independent Voters[…]

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Tillman Speaks Out for Local Control — how ’bout you?

On November 4, 2014, there was a historical vote in Denton, TX, which of course was when the residents voted to ban hydraulic fracturing within the corporate limits of the city. This is a bit shocking considering the political make up of this area and the amount of funding that the industry sunk into defeating this measure. Another interesting thing is the margin of victory for this measure, for all the money that was sunk into this election by the industry, they were not even close to victory.

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Flush Vista Ridge!

Join us on Saturday’s 9 am conference call. Reply for details. CONFERENCE CALL TOPICS: *How the Austin city election has the growth machine dazed and confused. *Details on a barely reported pleasant surprise in San Antonio’s city election. *How Denton citizens banned fracking, whupping the oil & gas lobby. *How we’re gonna flush Vista Ridge down this giant toilet in SAWS’ lobby!   Hear Ye! Hear Ye! LEAGUE of independent VOTERS OF TEXAS FIRST STATE MEETING The League’s First Annual[…]

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Thank you San Antonio Mayor Taylor!

San Antonio interim Mayor Ivy Taylor –on Wednesday’s KTSA-550 AM radio show — said she hasn’t received any complaints about the Vista Ridge water grab! Really? STEP ONE: Call the Mayor’s COMMENT LINE NOW!  210.207.2280. Ask her to hold her horses (the real estate lobby) on Vista Ridge before she harms two aquifers and her own ratepayers! STEP TWO:  Generate thousands of letters to the Mayor and Council here: SIGN AND SEND HERE and SHARE IT STEP THREE:  Reach tens[…]

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Urgent Bastrop & Lee County Meetings!

Did you see today’s opinion-editorial by Bastrop County Judge Paul Pape? Way to go Judge! The League of Independent Voters is calling two special and urgent meetings. One for Bastrop County and one for Lee County: This Saturday, Oct. 18, 2 pm-3:30 pm, at the Bastrop Library (1100 Church Street, Bastrop). Next Tuesday evening, Oct. 21, 6:30-8 pm, at the Giddings Library, 276 N Orange Street. Please pass this along and bring your neighbors! San Antonio Water System (SAWS) may[…]

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Vista Ridge Water and Money Grab! Join tomorrow’s conference call

Join our 9 am conference call tomorrow (Saturday, October 11) to get active in the League of Independent Voters of Texas. Reply to this message for call instructions or call us! Urban and rural Texans are joining together to fight San Antonio Water System’s Vista Ridge water and money grab. Here’s Austin’s Bill Bunch of Save Our Springs standing with Lee County landowners, Gary and Dorothey Gerdes, before the San Antonio City Council on Wednesday night. Together, we hit the[…]

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