Representing Texas means having a candidate who can build coalitions across the nation, state and county to bring the best ideas together to ensure the future works for the average Texan. Lorenzo Sanchez is proud to receive so many endorsements and looks forward to being your next representative for Texas House District 67.
Texas Parent PAC is a bipartisan political action committee dedicated to electing candidates to the Texas Legislature who will support and invest in the state’s constitutionally mandated system of neighborhood public schools. Texas Parent PAC has helped elect 63 current members of the Texas Legislature and defeat 30 hostile incumbents!
Proud to be supported and endorsed by Daily Kos. Daily Kos is a group blog and internet forum focused on center-left politics, the Democratic Party and center-left liberal American politics. The site features a participatory political encyclopedia, glossaries, and other content. It is sometimes considered an example of "netroots" activism.
Taking back power starts at the local level. The DLCC recruits, trains, and supports local Democrats running for their state legislatures. We provide our candidates with the resources, field support, and data necessary to run smart, winning campaigns. By gaining a foothold in state legislatures, Democrats can engage supporters across the country and prepare for victories in statewide and national elections.
We’re powered by nearly 150,000 supporters from all 50 states. Over 98% of our contributions come from grassroots donors (giving an average of $16), who fuel thousands of local Democratic candidates across the country.
End Citizen's United's mission is to fix our democracy by getting big money out of politics and protecting the right to vote. They will work to end our rigged political system by electing reform champions, passing meaningful legislative reforms, and elevating these issues in the national conversation. They will work in partnership with these champions to overturn Citizens United, end the unlimited and undisclosed money in politics, and protect and expand the right to vote.
The National Democratic Redistricting Committee, chaired by the 82nd Attorney General of the United States Eric H. Holder, Jr., is the first-ever strategic hub for a comprehensive redistricting strategy. With the support of former President Barack Obama, as well as key leaders around the country, the NDRC is attacking this problem from every angle to ensure the next round of redistricting is fair and that maps reflect the will of the voters. Together, we will rebuild a democracy where voters pick their politicians—not the other way around.
Formed leading up to the 2018 midterm elections, Brady PAC was created to serve as a counterweight to “dark money” Super PACs created by the gun industry lobby. It upholds the policy ideals that have been championed by its sister organization, Brady — one of the nation’s oldest gun violence prevention grassroots advocacy organizations — and backs candidates running for state and federal office who support universal background checks, reenacting the assault weapons ban, extreme risk protection orders, and enacting other common-sense gun violence prevention laws that will make our homes, schools, and communities safer.
Many well-known Americans have been AFT members, including John Dewey, Albert Einstein, Hubert Humphrey, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Frank McCourt, Nobel Peace Prize winner Elie Wiesel, former Senate Majority Leader and Ambassador to Japan Mike Mansfield, former Health and Human Services Secretary Donna Shalala, and former United Nations Undersecretary and Nobel Peace Prize winner Ralph Bunche. The American Federation of Teachers, an affiliate of the AFL-CIO, was founded in 1916 and today represents 1.7 million members in more than 3,000 local affiliates nationwide.
AFSCME is nurses. Corrections officers. Child care providers. EMTs. Sanitation workers. School bus drivers. Civil engineers. More than a million people doing hundreds of different jobs, all with one thing in common: a dedication to making our communities stronger, healthier, and safer.
Public service isn’t just a job: it’s a calling. And the work of people in public service deserves respect. That’s why we stand together in AFSCME to advocate for fairness in the workplace, safety on the job, fair wages, good benefits, a secure retirement, and excellence in public services.
The Texas State Teachers Association originated in Mexia, Texas, in June 1880, when the North Texas Teachers Association and the Austin Teachers Association combined. In 1974, TSTA formed a new partnership with the National Education Association in Washington D.C. By an all-member vote of 54,992 for and 46,661 against, unification with the NEA was passed. They focus on legislation that benefits teachers and public schools.
Formed in 2013, Everytown for Gun Safety has become the United States largest organization standing up against gun violence. Gun violence touches every town in America. For too long, life-saving laws have been thwarted by the gun lobby and by leaders who refuse to take common-sense steps that will save lives. But something is changing. Nearly six million mayors, moms, teachers, survivors, gun owners, students, and everyday Americans have come together to make their own communities safer. Everytown starts with you, and it starts in your neighborhood. By introducing evidence-based solutions in every town, we can end gun violence.
Every District was formed in early 2017 to support Democrats running for state and local to ensure they could run competitive campaigns. After the 2016 election, Democrats were a powerless majority. Despite having won the popular vote in six of the last seven presidential elections, the 2016 election only added to the losses of recent years. Since 2009, Democrats had lost 10% of their Senate seats, 20% of their House seats, 35% of their governors, and 20% of their state legislative houses, over 1,000 legislative seats in all. While Republicans controlled 68 state legislative chambers, Democrats only controlled 30. Every District was formed to rebuild the Democratic Party from the state level up.
Future Now Fund is building the power to improve Americans’ lives — by winning state legislative majorities and working with them to achieve goals for the common good.
Founded more than 125 years ago, The Sierra Club is the most enduring and influential grassroots environmental organization in the United States. They amplify the power of their 3.8 million members and supporters to defend everyone’s right to a healthy world.
The Texas Equity PAC helps elect pro-equality state & local candidates. It is the political action committee of Equality Texas, the largest statewide organization working to secure full equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer Texans through political action, education, community organizing, and collaboration.
The LGBTQ+ Victory Fund provides campaigns fundraising and communications support to LGBTQ candidates to increase the number of openly LGBTQ elected officials – because representation is power. When LGBTQ elected leaders are in the room, they humanize our lives, impact policy and legislative debates and influence straight lawmaker colleagues to vote in favor of equality. LGBTQ elected officials are our best defense against anti-LGBTQ efforts at all levels of government, and are best positioned to advance equality for our community.
NARAL Pro-Choice America Foundation was established in 1977 to provide a policy and educational component to the work of our sister organization, NARAL Pro-Choice America. Learn more about how we fight for a woman’s right to choose.
Mindful of the horrors of back-alley abortions and fueled by a strong conviction that women’s personal reproductive-health decisions are theirs alone, NARAL’s foundation arm gives voice to the 7 in 10 Americans who believe that abortion should remain legal and accessible.
Swing Left was started by Ethan Todras-Whitehill, a writer and teacher, Joshua Krafchin, a marketer and entrepreneur, and Miriam Stone, a brand strategist. The three brought in their friends, who in turn brought in their friends, to help build Swing Left in the wake of the 2016 election.
Swing Left has grown into a grassroots movement of hundreds of thousands of people across the country. And in 2019, Flippable, an organization working to turn state governments blue, joined the Swing Left family. The national organization is now led by President and Founder Ethan Todras-Whitehill, and Co-Executive Directors Catherine Vaughan and Tori Taylor.
Lorenzo is thrilled to receive the endorsement of the Latino Victory Project! The Latino Victory Project, co-founded by Eva Longoria and Henry R. Muñoz III, is an ambitious, non-partisan effort to build political power within the Latino community to ensure the voices of Latinos are reflected at every level of government and in the policies that drive our nation forward. The Latino Victory Project develops leaders for public office while building a permanent base of Latino donors to support them. Partnering with leading national organizations, it shapes public policy that reflects the growing influence of the Latino community while also building cross-constituency alliances that can move the country forward.
The Progressive Change Campaign Committee (PCCC) is one of the nation’s largest grassroots organizations leading the fight on progressive issues with over one million members. They focus on electing grassroots “champions” for local, state and federal races. Lorenzo is proud to receive the endorsement of the PCCC and looks forward to being a bold progressive in Austin.
Run for something is a national organization founded in 2017 with the focus of electing young, diverse, and quality progressive candidates to help build a bench for the future. The candidates they support could be possible members of the house, senate, or even president one day. They have focused their efforts into assisting candidates by offering trainings, financial support as well support from their volunteers. Lorenzo is excited to receive the endorsement of Run For Something and looks forward to working with them as a legislator in the Texas House.
Texas Democrats with Disabilities is working to ensure a more inclusive and accessible Texas. They work with state legislators and campaigns to ensure that the voices of all people are being heard and accessibility is at the forefront of legislators’ and candidates’ minds. Lorenzo is honored to receive their endorsement and humbled that the Texas Democrats with Disabilities puts their trust in him to represent their goals.
In 2016, the Texas Democratic Party formed their first Secular Caucus for the purposes of inclusion and ensuring freedom for and of religion based off of the first amendment in the Constitution. While Lorenzo is an active Catholic, he understands the need to represent all people from all backgrounds and strongly supports the first amendment protecting the rights of all citizens from religious persecution.
Our Revolution is one of the leading organizations in the state, helping progressive candidates on all levels get elected. They're fighting to flip the Texas House in 2020, promote progressive legislation like the Healthy Texas Act, end gerrymandering so we have free and fair elections, and fight to protect people's rights across the board. Lorenzo is proud to accept their endorsement as he fights for the community in Texas House District 67 to have a true voice in Austin!
The Sunrise Movement is building an army of young people to stand up and find real solutions to the climate crisis while creating millions of jobs. Texas has an abundance of renewable energy opportunities and Lorenzo is proud to stand with Sunrise in making sure the climate crisis gets the attention it deserves.
We are proud to receive the Mom's Demand Action "Gun Sense Candidate" distinction. They work to address gun violence nation wide, and Lorenzo is proud to stand with them to address the crisis.
Lorenzo is thrilled to receive the "certified progressive" standing from Progress Texas! Progress Texas is a non-profit media organization promoting progressive messages and actions. They create original media and promote progressive voices in traditional news outlets.
The purpose of the Young Latino Democrats is to get young people involved in politics, organize different workshops , voter registration drives, candidate forums, canvassing and getting out the Latino Vote. The organization has been actively working to help get Democrats elected in the 2020 cycle, and Lorenzo is honored to have gained their support.
The Collin County Young Democrats (CCYD) are one of the foremost organizations within Collin County with over 100 members. The Young Democrats are leading the charge of electing great, qualified Democrats by working with their members to support local and federal races across the county. Their members range between the ages of 14 to 40. Lorenzo is a strong advocate for youth engagement and is thrilled to have received their endorsement!
The Anna-Melissa Democrats are an active group of Democrats seeking change in the political climate in Texas. They have been actively involved in several local campaigns in Collin County, and Lorenzo is honored to receive their support and endorsement!
Cristina Tzintzun Ramirez ran to represent Texas in the United States senate in the 2020 Democratic Primary elections. She placed a very close third in a 13-person race, narrowly missing the runoff. Cristina is a labor organizer and author, as well as Co-Founder of the Workers Defense Project, Founder of the Immigrant Rights coalition, founder of Jolt, and multiple other organizations. She stands up for working class Texans and has been a strong leader in the fight for people’s rights. Lorenzo is honored to receive her endorsement and looks forward to working with her as our next State Representative.
Lorie Burch is the 2018 Democratic Nominee for Texas Congressional district 3, former president of the American Business Women’s Association (ABWA), founder of the Plano Young Professionals, has worked with the boards of numerous organizations, such as the Black Tie Dinner, and has been selected as one of the top 10 business women of the year. Lorie was the first woman and the first open LGBTQA nominee for any major party in 2018. She ran a historic, groundbreaking campaign in Collin County that energized thousands of people across the county. Lorenzo is humbled to have received her ONLY endorsement for the 2020 election cycle.
Audrey Spanko is the Democratic nominee for Texas Senate District one. She is an East Texas native and a licensed social worker. She's received two social work degrees from the University of Texas, and over the last decade worked for nonprofits, healthcare facilities, and the Department of Family and Protective Services. Lorenzo is proud to receive the endorsement of Audrey Spanko and looks forward to working with her in the state legislature.
Rocio's a phenomenal candidate who ran against Lorenzo in the 2020 Texas House District 67 Democratic primary. Between her and Lorenzo they got over 55% of the vote, and he is proud to get her endorsement in the Democratic Primary runoff. Lorenzo looks forward to working with her as our next State Representative and is thankful for her trust in him to fight for the issues she believes in!