We have an opportunity to create a state that reflects our values and priorities. We must come together and fight for the state we want. Now is the time to act with your vote. It is your civil right and your civic duty. We cannot sit this out.
The Texas Equity PAC helps elect pro-equality state & local candidates. We are the political action committee of Equality Texas.
GENERAL ELECTION ENDORSEMENTS
The Texas Equity PAC has endorsed the following candidates in the November 6, 2018 general elections:
Lupe Valdez (Dallas) -Texas Governor - Democratic Party
Mike Collier (Houston) - Lt. Governor - Democratic Party
Justin Nelson (Austin) -Texas Attorney General - Democratic Party
Judge Steven Kirkland (Houston) - Texas Supreme Court Place 2 - Democratic Party
Kendall Scudder (Dallas) -Texas Senate District 2 - Democratic Party
Mark Phariss (Plano) -Texas Senate District 8 - Democratic Party
Beverly Powell (Burleson) - Texas Senate District 10 - Democratic Party
Nathan Johnson (Dallas) - Texas Senate District 16 - Democratic Party
TEXAS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES:
Sheryl Cole (Austin) - Texas House District 46 - Democratic Party
Vikki Goodwin (Austin) - Texas House District 47 - Democratic Party
Rep. Mary Gonzalez (Clint) - Texas House District 75 - Democratic Party
Terry Meza (Irving) -Texas House District 105 - Democratic Party
Rep. Victoria Neave (Dallas) - Texas House District 107 - Democratic Party
Joanna Cattanach (Dallas) - Texas House District 108 - Democratic Party
Brandy Chambers (Garland) -Texas House District 112 - Democratic Party
John Turner (Dallas) - Texas House District 114 - Democratic Party
Julie Johnson (Addison) - Texas House District 115 - Democratic Party
Rep. Sarah Davis (Houston) - Texas House District 134 - Republican Party
Adam Milasincic (Spring Branch) - Texas House District 138 - Democratic Party
Your financial support is critical to success. Donate now to Texas Equity PAC.
The Texas Equity PAC (TEPAC) is a state and local political action committee that seeks to elect pro-equality public officials at the state and local level. Its activities include public endorsement of candidates and may also include financial contributions to candidate campaigns. By law, it is prohibited from participating in federal races. TEPAC focuses its resources in contests:(1) that have the potential to shift the makeup and tone of the executive, legislative, and judicial bodies of state government, and (2) where we believe our involvement will impact electoral results. As a result, TEPAC typically engages intensively in a small number of strategic races rather than broadly endorsing every pro-equality candidate.