My First Voting Experience

Editor’s note: this post is offered by Vincent Cacciatore, one of ATA’s summer interns.   On February 27th 2020, I did one of the most exciting things I’d do all […]

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. […]

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 […]

Why March Matters

Here in Texas, March primary elections matter. The March 3 primaries are when voters select the Republican and Democratic candidates to run in the November general election. That means that […]

Breaking Down the Ballot: Constitutional Amendments 

November 5th, 2019 is Election Day in Texas. This upcoming election includes many important measures including a proposed bond and constitutional amendments. This blog highlights the constitutional amendments Texans will […]

informed.vote Update

In October of this past year, Austin Tech Alliance and Leadership Austin announced the beta launch of Informed.vote, a nonpartisan platform intended to increase voter knowledge regarding local elections in […]