Working for informed and active participation in government
The League of Women Voters encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.
Texas Capitol LInks
- Elected Officials Directory
- Who represents you at the state & U.S. level
- Map of the Capitol by the Texas Tribune; Inside the Texas Legislature
- Texas Online, the Official Site of Texas State Government
- 10 Action Opportunities for You to Take in Texas!
- Capitol Action Minute LWV-TX advocacy videos
- Sign up for MY TLO
- Search for Bills by Subject
- Get Alerts For Bills You Follow
- Follow & take action on bills using the Texas Legislature Online (MY TLO )
Three Simple Effective Ways to Advocate to your Elected Officials!
- Email or write a letter
Testify at the Capitol
- Texas Advocacy Playbook Learn how the Texas Legislature works, how to advocate for issues that are important to you.
- How to Write to Public Officials
Make an appointment with your public officials or just stop by!
Go visit your public official at their local office or at the state Capitol.
- Talk with your official or their staff
- Bring information about League LWV-TX priority issues
- Smile! Use talking points on priority issues.
Have lunch at the Capitol Grill! Buy a Texas gift at the Capitol Gift Shop! Bring a copy of The LWV-TX We Support brochure to share with elected officials.
Call your Senator or Representative! The Capitol switchboard number is 202-224-3121.
- Texas Senators
- Texas Representatives
- All Texas Elected Officials
- Supreme Court of Texas
- Texas Judicial Branch
- Texas Governor
- Texas Senate
- Texas House of Representatives
- Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
Texas State Agencies Links
- State and Local Government Web Site Locator
- Texas State Archives and Libraries Commission; Lists All Texas Agencies' Web Sites
- Texas Budget Board
- Texas Health and Human Services Commission
- Texas Department of State Health Services
- Texas Department of Family and Protective Services
Local and Regional Web Sites