Ranked choice voting explained

Ranked Choice Voting is a system that allows people to rank candidates by their preference. This means that if your vote is not counted for your number one preference, then […]

87th legislative session priorities

ATA’s Vision To make Austin a city of the future while protecting its unique culture and forging productive relationships between the tech community and policymakers. To help achieve this vision, […]

ATA Intern Profile: Anjitha Nair

In order to highlight our growing membership of individuals who support our mission to promote civic engagement in Austin’s tech sector, we regularly feature profiles of ATA members. Up now: one […]

ATA fall internship applications are now open!

Austin Tech Alliance is seeking remote internship applicants for Fall 2020. This is a part-time internship opportunity for a student that will run from September through December.  About ATA Austin […]

Austin Tech Alliance Announces Website Redesign

Austin, TX // Today Austin Tech Alliance (ATA), a member-supported nonpartisan nonprofit building a culture of civic engagement in Austin’s tech sector, launched a new website supporting ongoing community engagement. […]

Stay at home, vote at home? (Part 2)

This is Part 2 of a series. To read the first blog reviewing the lawsuit, read Part 1. We need to think about what the coronavirus means for our elections. […]

Interview with Travis County Tax Assessor Bruce Elfant

In order to raise awareness of civics and government in Travis County, Austin Tech Alliance conducts periodic Q&A with our elected officials. Up this month: Travis County Tax Assessor-Collector, Voter Registrar Bruce […]

Stay at home, vote at home? (Part 1)

Texas’ first election since the public health crisis in the US will be a run-off election on July 14 and many are questioning how to safely vote. While the coronavirus […]