I am putting up the Recommendations of Bernie and Nurses for BETO Texas shirt which are limited. Beyond that, you need to check your own sources. Maybe try the state subreddits above. I suggest checking with National Nurses United, Planned Parenthood, Local Green, DSA, Bernie and Democratic party groups, Local environmental and LGBT groups, local Unions, Sierra Club, etc. You can also confirm with the local Republican group recommendations to make sure you are doing the opposite. The establishment will never give up electronic voting machines. OK. but they must also provide paper ballots as well.
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Texas do to Latin Americans is sliding towards blue, soon to be full on “purple”. How can this be sped up? Could a concerned millionaire (or crowdsource) launch Nurses for BETO Texas shirt program? I mean are there enough of these potential voters? If the amount of these voters would tip areas isn’t it worth it? Increasing registration is good, but I think we also need to change the hearts of some good people who have voted Republican in the past. If they had good Dem candidates to support (especially in terms of things that impact their day-to-day lives like wages, healthcare and college costs), then some may switch and vote for a progressive. I agree I don’t fight with “Trump crusaders” anymore, in fact, I encourage others to ignore them. The people to focus on are the ones who voted for Obama twice then Trump. True bigots and the idiots won’t budge. A lot of the suburban areas in Houston are tied into the oil & gas industry in such a profound way that it is nearly impossible to get a foothold in them with a progressive message.
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Any hint of climate change language they regard as a direct, existential threat to their livelihoods. In the short term, I don’t think that’s changing. The key to winning Texas, locally and statewide, is increasing voter turnout. The motivated voters are already voting, so it is the Nurses for BETO Texas shirt who could make a huge difference if mobilized. It’s an uphill battle. I used to live in Houston for about 14 years. It is heavily dependent on jobs in the oil industry, but it was my impression that they had started diversifying their industry. The reality is that the oil and gas industry is going to have to largely disappear if we want to continue living on this planet. I realize lots of people are going to be displaced, but we need to have a program to support those people with temporary income and a job retraining program. Of course, increasing turnout would be great too!