Working Families Party


Texas Working Families Party is a grassroots political party that recruits, trains, and elects the next generation of progressive leaders to office.

Applying for our 2021 endorsement in Texas? Complete the 2021 WFP Texas municipal candidate questionnaire here.

In 2018, we helped elect Lina Hidalgo to unseat a long held Republican seat — the first woman and the first Latina to be elected to the position of Harris County Judge, a nonjudicial position that functions as the County’s Chief Executive and oversees a budget of over $4 billion. We also host events like “Trap the Vote” to encourage voting and political education year round. Our TX WFP hosts several candidate trainings throughout the year to encourage grassroots activists and community leaders to run for public office.

Our Candidates

Greg Casar
Austin City Council
Alicia McClung
Dallas ISD Trustee
Kay Brown-Patrick
DeSoto City Council
Deb Armintor
Denton City Council
Alexsandra Anello
El Paso City Council
LaShadion Shemwell
McKinney City Council
Vance Keyes
Tarrant County Sheriff
Jasmine Crockett
Texas House of Reps., District 100
Akilah Bacy
Texas House of Reps., District 138
Delia Garza
Travis County Attorney
José Garza
Travis County District Attorney
Mike Siegel
U.S. House, District 10
Candace Valenzuela
U.S. House, District 24
Julie Oliver
U.S. House, District 25


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