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The Reagan Revolution turned Texas red.

To reclaim Texas as blue, it will take Our Revolution. 


Texas once produced great progressives such as President Lyndon B. Johnson, Commissioner Jim Hightower, and even sparked the national progressive movement with the creation of the National Farmers Alliance. Progressivism is a part of who we are as Texans

Our Revolution Texas fights for all folks to have the dignity of good healthcare, a good education, a good-paying job, and are free from oppression

We are a grassroots, people-powered organization that will turn Texas a bright, progressive blue. We are the Texas Progressives. We fight to reclaim our state.

When we organize, we win!

Our Candidates

Running for office in 2021-22 (including party positions)? Click here to learn more about our endorsement.

We're winning progressive battles in Texas. Not included in our Victory List below are our:

☆ 200+ Transform the Party victories (from Precinct Chairs to the DNC)

Help us win in 2022. Become a member to support our work.


  • Greg Casar for Congress Dist. 35
  • Rep. Gina Hinojosa for State Representative Dist. 49
  • Rep. Vikki Goodwin for State Representative Dist. 47
  • Rep. Sheryl Cole for State Representative Dist. 46
  • Rep. Erin Zwiener for State Representative Dist. 45
  • Jon Rosenthal for Texas House District 135
  • Penny Morales Shaw for Texas House District 148
  • Judge Chantal Eldridge for 331st District Court
  • Judge Maya Guerra Gamble for 459th District Court
  • Sylvia Holmes for Travis County Justice of the Peace Pct 3
  • KT Musselman for Williamson County Justice of the Peace Pct 1
  • Susanna Ledesma-Woody for Travis County Commissioner Pct 4
  • Bob Libal for Travis County Commissioner Pct 2
  • Chito Vela for Austin City Council Place 4
  • Zo Qadri for Austin City Council Place 9
  • Lina Hidalgo for Harris Count County Judge
  • Jim Kovach for Harris County Civil Court at Law 2
  • David Fleischer for Harris County Criminal Court at Law 5
  • Franklin Bynum for Harris County Criminal Court at Law 8
  • Toria Finch for Harris County Criminal Court at Law 9
  • Raul Rodriguez for Harris County Criminal Court at Law 13
  • Tonya Jones for Harris County Criminal Court at Law 15
  • Latosha Lewis Payne for Harris County District Court 55
  • Dasean Jones for Harris County District Court 180
  • Jason Luong for Harris County District Court 185
  • Scot Dollinger for Harris County District Court 189
  • Brian Warren for Harris County District Court 209
  • Lauren Reeder for Harris County District Court 234
  • Tristan Longino for Harris County District Court 245
  • Hilary Unger for Harris County District Court 248
  • Cory Sepolio for Harris County District Court 269
  • Dylan Osborne for Harris County Treasurer
  • Michelle Palmer for State Board of Education

2021 WINS:

  • Austin's No Prop A
  • Austin's Ranked-Choice Voting
  • Leah Hanany for El Paso ISD 1
  • Josh Acevedo for El Paso ISD 3
  • Jesse Moreno for Dallas City Council District 2
  • Omar Narvaez for Dallas City Council District 6
  • Adam Bazaldua for Dallas City Council District 7
  • Alison Maguire for Denton City Council District 4
  • Junior Ezeonu for Grand Prairie City Council District 8
  • Elizabeth Santos for Houston ISD 1
  • Jeff Casper for Mesquite City Council District 1
  • Chris Nettles for Fort Worth City Council District 8
  • Katy Jackson for Rockport Ward 1
  • D. Bulldog Sieloff for Port Aransas City Council 5
  • Jalen McKee-Rodriguez for San Antonio City Council 2
  • Teri Castillo for San Antonio City Council 5
  • Ana Sandoval for San Antonio City Council 7
  • John Courage for San Antonio City Council 9
  • Sarah Sorensen for San Antonio ISD 1

2020 WINS:  

  • Rep. Erin Zweiner, Texas House of Representatives District 45
  • Rep. Sheryl Cole, Texas House of Representatives District 46
  • Rep. Vikki Goodwin, Texas House of Representatives District 47
  • Rep. Gina Hinojosa, Texas House of Representatives District 49
  • Rep. Evelina Ortega, Texas House of Representatives District 77
  • Jasmine Crockett, Texas House of Representatives District 100
  • Rep. Ana-Maria Ramos, Texas House of Representatives District 102
  • Rep. Terry Meza, Texas House of Representatives District 105
  • Rep. Barbara Gervin-Hawkins, Texas House of Representatives District 120
  • Rep. Jon Rosenthal, Texas House of Representatives District 135
  • Penny Morales Shaw, Texas House of Representatives District 148
  • Roland Gutierrez, Texas State Senate District 19
  • Christian Menefee, Harris County Attorney
  • Delia Garza, Travis County Attorney
  • José Garza, Travis County DA
  • Te’iva Bell, Criminal District Court 339
  • Natalia Cornelio, Criminal District Court 351
  • Janet Heppard, District Court 387
  • Greg Casar, Austin City Council, District 4
  • Alison Alter, Austin City Council, District 10
  • Garret Mize, Wylie City Council Place 6
  • Alexandra Annello, El Paso City Council District 2
  • Tarsha Jackson, Houston City Council, District B
  • Austin Prop A

2019 WINS:

  • Allison Drew, Fort Bend ISD Trustee
  • Adam Bazaldua, Dallas City Council
  • HB 4127, the Healthy Texas Act filed and heard in committee

2018 WINS:

  • Veronica Escobar, Texas CD 16
  • Erin Zwiener, Texas HD 45
  • Ana Maria Ramos, Texas HD 102
  • Terry Meza, Texas HD 105
  • Jon Rosenthal, Texas HD 135
  • Ana Hernandez, Texas HD 143
  • Lina Hidalgo, Harris County Judge
  • Dylan Osborne, Harris County Treasurer
  • Marilyn Burgess, Harris County District Clerk
  • Julie Ann Nitsch, Austin Community College Board of Trustees, At-Large
  • Stephanie Gharakhanian, Austin Community College Board of Trustees
  • Bill McLeod, Harris County Civil Court No. 4
  • Brain Warren, Harris County 209th Criminal District Court
  • Chantal Eldridge, Travis County 331st District Court
  • Cory Sepolio, Harris County 269th Civil District Court
  • DaSean Jones, Harris County 180th Criminal District Court
  • David Fleisher, Harris County Criminal Court No. 5
  • Frances Bourliot, 14th Court of Appeals, Place 5
  • Franklin Bynum, Harris County Criminal Court No. 8
  • Hilary Unger, Harris County, 248th Criminal District Court
  • Jason Luong, Harris County, 185th Criminal District Court
  • Jim Kovach, Harris County Civil Court No. 2
  • Juli Mathew, Fort Bend County Court of Law 3
  • Kenneth Sanders, Tarrant County Justice of the Peace, Pct 7
  • KT Musselman, Williamson County Justice of the Peace, Pct. 1
  • Latosha Lewis Payne, Harris County, 55th Civil District Court
  • Lauren Reeder, Harris County, 234th Civil District Court
  • Maya Guerra Gamble, Travis County, 459th District Judge
  • Meagan Hassan, 14th Court of Appeals, Place 6
  • Raul Rodriguez, Harris County Criminal Court No. 13
  • Scot Dollinger, Harris County 189th Civil District Court
  • Sylvia Holmes, Travis County Justice of the Peace, Pct. 3
  • Tonya Jones, Harris County Criminal Court No. 15
  • Toria Finch, Harris County Criminal Court No. 9
  • Tristan Harris Longino, Harris County, 245th Family District Court
  • Joca Marquez, San Marcos City Council
  • Dyana Limon-Mercado, Travis County Democratic Party Chair
  • Texas Democratic Convention Party Plat - Medicare for All

2017 WINS:

  • Elizabeth Santos, Houston ISD District 1 Trustee
  • Mike Floyd, Pearland ISD Trustee
  • John Courage, San Antonio City Council District 9
  • Jen Ramos, Texas YDA National Committeewoman
  • Kolby Duhon, TYD Executive Vice Chair

2016 WINS:

  • Julie Nitsch, Austin Community College Board of Trustees, At-Large



Help us win in 2022. Donate today or become a full member.

Fire Abbott

Gov. Abbott failed us. He needs to resign or be fired at the ballot box in 2022. 

Do you have a story to tell? Tell us your story here:

The 2021 February Texas mass power failure and tragedy happened under your watch. As the leading voice in the Texas government, you failed us.  

Instead of acting like a leader, you acted as a political hack. You blamed wind energy even though it was your fossil fuel cronies that failed to winterize their equipment. Our wind and solar energy are what kept Texas afloat during this hardship, but you lied and threw shade on the Green New Deal.

You blamed this disaster on clean energy, but it is you who failed to winterize our infrastructure, pushed for profits before people in our energy market, and shifted the blame towards everyone but yourself. 

We had a decade to act and your GOP cronies did nothing. You created this mess. 

Gov. Abbott needs to resign or be fired at the ballot box in 2022. 

Will you sign?

Texas started the progressive populist movement with the National Farmers Alliance.

When we flip Texas, we will finish the progressive movement with Our Revolution. 


Billionaires and mega-corporations are the robber barons of our era. They steal our wages, destroy our climate, and corrupt our government.  

The 3 richest billionaires hold more wealth than 150,000,000 of our brothers and sisters. Even during the Pandemic, the rich increased their unimaginable wealth by nearly $1 trillion. 

Meanwhile, lines at food banks have never been so long as millions more Americans fall into poverty. 70% of Americans support creating Medicare for All, 80% of registered voters support a Green New Deal, 71% of Americans want to end extreme partisan Gerrymandering, 76% of registered voters want us to Tax the Rich, & over two-thirds of Americans support breaking up monopolies.

And yet, our government is dominated by bankers and billionaires, leaving Main Street to fend for itself. Corporations grow stronger by the day, while our roads and schools crumble. Safety nets for the rich, crippling debt for the rest.

The so-called Reagan Revolution handed American over to the Rich. Our Revolution will hand America back over to the people. 

Our Revolution was founded in the wake of Bernie Sander's 2016 campaign with the help of former Texas Ag Commissioner Jim Hightower. We are the only truly statewide progressive organization in Texas. We fight to turn Texas progressive

To win, we must do four things: 1. Hold Biden Accountable, 2. Elect Progressive Champions, 3. Fight for Progressive Policies, & 4. Build a Progressive Party.

We need you on our side. Join Our Revolution Texas today.

When we organize, we win!

Join us

With your help, we know we can make healthcare a human right. We must shape our destiny into one where everyone has healthcare, everyone has a good education & a good job, everyone is free from fear of police brutality, and everyone can freely live the life they choose. 

Help us shape our collective destiny by joining Our Revolution Texas today.

Will you sign up?

Fight for Bernie's Progressive Budget


We are on the verge of passing massive reforms, including expanding and strengthening Medicare, ending fossil fuel subsidies, making community colleges tuition-free, protecting workers, and so much more. Click here to learn more / see talking points. 


Tell your members of Congress to:

Expand Medicare: Strengthen Medicare to include hearing, dental, and vision benefits. Expand Medicare by lowering the eligibility age from 65 to as low as possible. Institute an out-of-pocket cap. Enable Medicare to negotiate lower prescription drug prices for everyone

End Fossil Fuel Subsidies: Big fossil fuel companies receive $15 billion every year in direct government subsidies –– and even claimed $8.2 billion in 2020 from tax-law changes in the CARES Act pandemic relief bill. The US government has propped up the coal, oil, and gas industry for decades, even though a majority of voters want to end fossil fuel subsidies.

Financially Punish Union Busters: create monetary penalties for companies that violate workers’ union rights.

Keep Immigration Fixes: there's currently a path to citizenship for dreamers, TPS, farmworkers, and essential workers. 

When you click the MAKE THE CALL button, the system will help you easily call your phone and patch you through.  PLEASE HAVE YOUR PHONE READY.




For manual calls, please use the info below.

Example script: 

Hi! My name is NAME. I want to thank the Representative for voting to approve the $3.5 trillion budget blueprint. I want the Representative to continue fighting for the full $3.5 trillion budget. We need the budget to include fixes to Medicare, ending fossil fuel subsidies, and protecting workers. Again, thank you for voting to approve the budget blueprint. I hope the Representative will fight for the full budget and will not stop fighting until we have the full budget passed. 

Phone numbers & priority levels of the Texas Dem Delegation:

Priority District Name Phone
Med CD-7 (Houston) Lizzie Fletcher



Low CD-9 (Houston)  Al Green



HIGH CD-15 (McAllen) Vicente Gonzalez



Low CD-16 (El Paso) Veronica Escobar



Low CD-18 (Houston) Sheila Jackson Lee



Low CD-20 (San Antonio) Joaquin Castro



HIGH CD-28 (Laredo) Henry Cuellar



Low CD-29 (Houston) Sylvia Garcia



Med CD-30 (Dallas) Eddie Bernice Johnson



Med CD-32 (Dallas) Colin Allred



Med CD-33 (Dallas) Marc Veasey



HIGH CD-34 (Brownsville) Filemon Vela



Low CD-35 (Austin) Lloyd Doggett




Check out @OurRevTexas, the leading progressive populist organization fighting to turn Texas progressive!
Check out @OurRevTexas, the leading progressive populist organization fighting to turn Texas progressive!