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

Independent Texans PAC was founded in 2001 following the demise of Ross Perot's Reform Party (1996-2000). Since then, we've learned lots about just who Texas independents really are. Do you remember the song, "Don't Fence Me In"? Well then, don't! 

You came to the right place, if you:

  • Do you identify as an independent voter who likes to shop the ballot, hoping for more electoral competition? 

  • Are considering running as an independent in Texas or on a party line and want to reach Texas independents?

  • Want to register as a Texas independent voter? You can't, but read this.

                               Action, please!

​1. Take the Texas Independent voter Survey at the League of Independent Voters of Texas.

2. Check out Linda Curtis' campaign website for the 2022 election, now over. She lost like most independents still do. But, there is success in failure for the next rounds. That's because 50% of voters call themselves "independent," indicating their increased willingness to shop the ballot. (Note: candidates in the major parties are also starting to take note. If you want to win, you have to understand who we are and focus on bread and butter issues and hold the red meat!

What's an Independent in Texas? Check out these two videos released by Linda Curtis, when she ran for the Texas House as an independent in November 2022. Let's experiment more for a breakthrough in 2024. More at
















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