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Texas Parent PAC

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Standing up for Texas schoolchildren since 2005

Public school chilren in line

It’s GO TIME for Texas Parent PAC!

GO help targeted incumbent pro-public school legislators fight off challengers and win their primaries March 5

GO identify and work for first-time legislative candidates who will be strong advocates for fully funding neighborhood public schools and opposing vouchers

GO raise funds to support campaigns of great candidates, Democrats and Republicans

GO publicize endorsements made by Texas Parent PAC

GO-GO-GO all day, every day, encouraging voter turnout for endorsed candidates

We must elect courageous Texas lawmakers who will defend our schools and stand up to a Governor who bullies legislators legitimately representing their constituents. Greg Abbott accepts millions of dollars from special interests and then does their bidding to push privatization of public education. His actions are fiscally irresponsible and unconstitutional! It is unforgivable that the Governor held hostage funding for public schools because the Texas House of Representatives opposed his private school voucher scheme. 

All Texas schools must be safe and fully-funded so they can staff classrooms with top-notch educators who are fairly paid and supported, offering the high-quality education all children deserve.

Let’s demonstrate parent power at the polls and win for the kids!

Fully Funded Schools
Texas State capitol

Texas Parent PAC is a bipartisan political action committee for parents, grandparents, parents-to-be, and anyone who supports high quality public education.

Endorsed candidates reflect traditional mainstream American values that honor and support families, quality public education, strong communities, unlimited opportunities, and maximum citizen participation in our democracy.

Since its founding in 2005, Texas Parent PAC has helped to elect more than 85 state legislators, including 64 lawmakers currently serving. It has been ranked as one of the top “Power PACs” in Texas.