Roy Rogers & Trigger, "Don't Fence Me In" 

Independent Texans PAC was founded in 2001 following the demise of the Reform Party. Since then, we've learned lots about just who independent voters are. Remember the song, "Don't Fence Me In"? Well, don't! 


Note: We are watching these campaigns and suggest you should as well. Just know

they are independent -- no party affiliation and independent of each other.

A founder of Independent Texans PAC and the League of Independent Voters,

Linda Curtis is on the ballot in November 2022 as an independent (no party) 

in a three-way horse race for House District 17 -- Bastrop, Burleson,

Caldwell, Lee and Milam counties. Linda said, "This ain't my first rodeo with Rick

Perry, his one-trick pony, Stan Gerdes and their herd of lobbyists."







Considering running as an independent

candidate in Texas? Contact us.

Want to be part of the independent political movement?

In 2013, we helped form the League of Independent Voters of Texas at, a 501c4 non-profit organization dedicated to bringing about more competitive elections and protecting natural resources. We encourage you to join and get active in LIV to spread independent politics across the land!

Contact us at 512.697.8809 or email us at
Spread the word about the poorest little PAC in Texas. Small donors keep us honest!


Former longtime Bastrop County Judge, Ronnie McDonald, is

running for Bastrop County

Judge in November 2022 as an independent! Learn more about his race here on

Facebook or at

Susan Cook is running as an independent for Hays County Commissioner, Precinct 4. Susan has been involved for almost 20 years in local water, wastewater, and responsible development politics. She seeks to protect the beloved Hill Country lands, water, and way of life. Learn more at 

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