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LIV Goes Local

The policy, not politics, non-partisan LIV is going local. Don’t miss our announcement below. First, read this LIV news release “Little Bandwidth for Partisan Bloodbath.” Your next step: Visit our 2021 Lege Page — find your state rep & senator and state officials, especially the Governor and Lt. Governor. Kindly ask them to put aside their bickering and to put down their partisan weapons on Texas Elections. They must focus now to fix the grid and to investigate SAWS and[…]

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LIV just received a call from CNN, and lots bigger news!

LIV just received a call from CNN, asking for help with a voter panel — to be conducted remotely — on August 31st with 6 people from “battleground” states. They asked LIV to help them identify Texas independent voters who would be willing to appear on their show. It matters not whether you are decided, are leaning towards a particular candidate or are undecided. All you have to be is a self-identified independent. Interested? Contact us. The big news from[…]

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Release: Texas Indies to Decide Tight Races

September 6, 2018                                                       For Immediate Release Texas Independents to Decide Tight Races Bastrop, Texas, 11:00 am: Independents are now the largest portion of the electorate, according to a 2018 Gallup Poll. These voters could become the “change” that many challengers claim to be. Today, the non-partisan, non-profit League of Independent Voters of Texas (LIV) released “How to Organize Texas Independents”, a guide for candidates running in November. They urge candidates regardless of party affiliation, to help unify voters to avert[…]

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Is it possible for Texas Independents to the Swing Cruz v Beto race?

Independents to swing the Cruz v Beto race

Is it possible for Texas Independents to swing the Cruz v Beto race? If you live in Central Texas, be sure to read the WATER WAR ALERT at the end of this message. Please come to these events on September 13th and 26th! More below. You haven’t heard much from the League of Independent Voters (LIV) lately. Frankly, we’ve been retooling and waiting for opportunities we thought would not come until 2020. Even we are surprised at how tight the[…]

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