Both the groups and resources lists will grow. If you would like your group listed or know of a good resource you think we should list, contact us via email.


Name/ContactDescriptionType or Focus
Indivisible FWTX
Twitter: @indivisiblefwtx
Instagram: @indivisiblefwtx
"We're a group of difference-makers in Fort Worth! Our starting principles come from Our actions are focused locally... and include State Senate and House, local school boards and city councils. If you're like-minded and action-oriented, please check us out!"Indivisible
Indivisible Grapevine Area

"We welcome members from Grapevine, Colleyville, Euless and the surrounding area to join us in resisting the Trump agenda by following the Indivisible Guide and fighting for voter’s rights, affordable healthcare, immigration reform, a healthy environment, equality for all, and other progressive causes we believe our voices could aid. We will meet regularly to share action items, informative sessions and group therapy."Indivisible
Indivisible North Richland Hills

"This group is for people interested in the Indivisible movement who live in or near North Richland Hills, TX. We are currently organizing and are taking suggestions for meeting places."Indivisible
Indivisible Texas Lege
"Citizen-run #txlege Indivisible group focused on TX state policy. From the Panhandle to the RGV. Not Red. Not Blue. Red, White & Blue."Indivisible
Indivisible TX-06

"This is a determined group of citizens living in Congressional District 6. We are committed to fighting the regressive agenda and we are in it for the long haul. If you have any questions, suggestions, or concerns please email."Indivisible
Indivisible TX-12
Note: It appears this group is shutting down.

"This is a group for people who reside in the 12th Congressional district, which covers part of Tarrant, Wise, and all of Parker country, who want to have a voice in politics at the local, state, and federal level. We plan to advance progressive values and resist Trump's agenda."
Indivisible TX-24

"Indivisible TX-24 is an action-oriented group of citizens living and working in the 24th US Congressional District of Texas. We are concerned patriots fighting for a just and robust democracy by holding our elected officials accountable to serve all people, not just special interests with deep pockets. We advocate for comprehensive immigration reform, affordable healthcare, civil rights & voters' rights, a healthy sustainable environment, and other progressive issues."Indivisible
Indivisible TX-25

"Burleson Area: We are Indivisible for the Burleson, TX area for U.S. Congressional district 25. Our U.S. Congressman is Roger Williams (R) and our district stretches all the way down to Austin. Our goal is to organize resistance efforts against the Trump agenda in conjunction with TX-25 Indivisible We Stand out of Austin and be a voice for the northern end of the district."Indivisible
Indivisible Women Tarrant County
IWTC is a grassroots effort that seeks to complement and amplify the work of local advocacy groups, candidates, and elected officials in Tarrant County, Texas. IWTC aims to connect existing and emerging activist groups with one another and develop effective, coordinated strategies to achieve our common goals. Together we can find win-win solutions that maximize our resources and our impact.Indivisible
Texans R United Bedford

"We welcome members from all corners of the DFW mid-cities to join us in resisting the trump agenda by following the Indivisible Guide. We meet weekly for action items, informative sessions and group therapy."Indivisible
Indivisible Healthcare Fort Worth
We are a healthcare policy interest group in Fort Worth, TX. We believe that healthcare is a human right and that we must advocate for affordable and accessible healthcare for all of our fellow Americans.
Indivisible, Healthcare
Black Voters Impact Committee

"BVIC works to enhance our community through knowledge, communication and unity. Change starts with us through our right to vote and working together."Collaboration, Voting
Independent TX Redistricting

"ITXR is a statewide, nonpartisan activist group dedicated to eliminating partisan and racial gerrymandering and establishing independent, nonpartisan redistricting in Texas."Redistricting
United Fort Worth
"A grassroots, cross-cultural and multi-ethnic alliance of Fort Worth-area residents that aims to oppose discriminatory policies and legislation."Anti-discrimination
League of Women Voters, Tarrant County
"The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan nonprofit political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. We influence public policy through education and advocacy. "Voting
"Voter Registration Initiative-Tarrant provides a place where DVRs in Tarrant and surrounding counties can share information, successes, events, etc. so that we can be most effective in getting people registered to vote."Voting
Stand Up 4 Gun Sense
"Standup 4 GunSense advocates for sensible, evidence based gun violence prevention measures that will save lives in our communities.
We support legislative policies that prevent easy access to firearms and build grassroots outreach to educate our communities. We work in cooperation with faith based groups, community organizations, survivors of gun violence, law enforcement, and politicians to promote civil conversation around a complicated topic."
Gun Violence Prevention


Indivisible's National SiteThis is where the Indivisible movement started. All Indivisible groups stem from this effort.
Tarrant County Voter LookupShows your voter status and precinct, and what your districts are for state representative, state senator, U.S. representative, U.S. senator, city council, county commissioner, constable, water district, ISD (Independent School District), and more. Find representative names and contact information with one click. a sample ballot based on your name or voter ID number.
Ballotpedia--Texas 2017 Election Info"This page is an overview of Ballotpedia's coverage of the 2017 Texas elections, including a list of offices up for election, links to election results, state election dates and deadlines, an option to look up your candidates by address, as well as an FAQ section."
Tarrant County, Elections InfoLOTS of great information about voting in Tarrant County, including generic and person-specific sample ballots. Also, polling places and times are listed. After the vote, shows results.
Texas Secretary of State, Elections and Voting InformationComprehensive listing of voting information, elections, and election-related dates in Texas. Includes a handy FAQ.
Applicaion for a Ballot by MailYou can vote early by mail in Texas if you meet certain conditions (such as being over 65 or being disabled). This site has more info and has the form you need to send to request a ballot.
Congress.govTracks bills and legislators in the U.S. Congress, shows legislative and hearing schedules. Access the Congressional Record."Use GovTrack to research and track legislation in the United States Congress, including Members of Congress, bills and resolutions, voting records, and committee activity."
Voting RecordsVoting records for the Democratic and Republican parties as well as U.S. and Texas state legislators.
Texas School District Locator"The Texas School District Locator (SDL) provides basic information for Texas schools, districts, and education service centers (ESCs) in map format. It also provides school district information, district accountability ratings, and enrollment and performance reports in text format."
Texas Precinct Chair Maps"This map shows Tarrant County voting precincts, and helps you determine whether there is a precinct chair for your party."
Fort Worth TV"FWTV, in partnership with the community, produces diverse and innovative programs for and about Fort Worth."
National Voter Registration DaySeptember 26 is National Voter Registration day in 2017, but the site has lots of useful information and tools related to voting.
Non-Profit Vote (Texas)Information about voting in Texas, including checking your registration and finding your polling place.
Fort Worth's 2018 Bond Program"The City of Fort Worth will conduct an election in 2018 for voters to approve the sale of bonds. The bonds will fund a variety of improvements from roads to new community centers and libraries. Learn more about about the upcoming election, and give your feedback on what projects should be included in the propositions that will be going to voters for approval."