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.
Greg Casar wins, Jessica Cisneros and Jasmine Crockett headed to runoffs in Texas!
WFP Member Newsletter: January 2022
Texas Working Families Party Announces 2022 Congressional Endorsements in Texas
Texas WFP 2021 Municipal Questionnaire is LIVE!
Working Families Party endorses Jessica Cisneros for Congress in Texas
Texas Working Families Party endorses slate of candidates in Dallas/Fort Worth municipal elections
Excited to be joining the team at Texas Working Families Party
Watch: WFP 2023 State of the Union Response
|Kimberlee Walter||Corsicana Mayor|
|Adam Bazaldua||Dallas City Council, District 7|
|Gilbert Graim||Desoto City Council, Place 2|
|Bently Paiz||New Braunfels City Council, District 5|
|Mariano “Andy” Garcia||Pasadena ISD School Board, Position 6|
|Jalen McKee-Rodriguez||San Antonio City Council, District 2|
|Teri Castillo||San Antonio City Council, District 5|
|Zoe Grant||Temple City Council, District 2|
- Austin: YES on the Austin Police Oversight Act, Prop A
- San Antonio: YES on the San Antonio Justice Charter, Prop A
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