Calls to Action for the Week of 2/6/17


Thanks everyone for all your dedicated resistance – you are part of a nationwide movement, and we are having an impact!

Thanks to all who listened in on yesterday’s conference call. If you weren’t able to make it you can listen to it here: . And if you have questions that didn’t get answered feel free to put them in a comment on this post and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

If you live in Austin and haven’t signed up for a Lamar Smith office visit then go to the attached spreadsheet and take a slot (you will need to scroll right to find the current dates). Right now we especially need some more people to go tomorrow!

If you have some time to make some calls today and haven’t already called the Senators about the Betsy DeVos nomination then call them today! The vote is this afternoon, and they need to hear from you!

I don’t know if you heard, but our representative, Lamar Smith, will be holding hearings starting tomorrow on “Making the EPA great again.” So let’s light up his switchboard and let him know that you think the EPA is ALREADY great, and are opposed to any cuts to the agency!

Cruz – DC: (202) 224-5922
Austin: (512) 916-5834
San Antonio: 210-340-2885

Cornyn – DC: (202) 224-2934
Austin: (512) 469-6034
San Antonio: 210-224-7485
Houston: (713) 572-3337

Smith – DC: 202-225-4236
San Antonio: 210-821-5024
Austin: 512-912-7508
Kerrville: 830-896-0154
Fax: 202-225-8628


March With Us This Weekend!

IndivisibleATX is marching this weekend, and the 21st District will be there!

This Friday, January 20 at 5:00 p.m. is the One Resistance Inauguration Protest March, and this Saturday, January 21 at 11 a.m. is the Women’s March on ATX. If you intend to march on Friday, consider joining the IndivisibleATX group.

On Saturday, members of TX21 Indivisible will be meeting at 11am in front of the Texas Capitol Visitors Center (112 East 11th St). The IndivisibleATX folks will have signs that say #Resist and Indivisibleatx, and we’ll have a sign that says TX21 Indivisible.

Check out the IndivisibleATX website for full details for both events, or the Facebook events for each.

If you’re in San Antonio, check out the Facebook event for their Women’s March!

(Photo courtesy of Gabriel C. Pérez/KUT News.)