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Hundreds of Dallas Area Interfaith Leaders Walk in the Rain to Get Out The Vote

"Hitting the Streets to Get Out The Vote," NBC News

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Dallas Area Interfaith Organizes Mega Neighborhood Walks

In line with the Texas-wide GOTV strategy, Dallas Area Interfaith organized several "mega" walks with over five hundred walkers going out into the neighborhoods surrounding their institutions to seek support for their statewide agenda. They have organized five phone bank events to reach out to voters who still have not voted, in addition to organizing training sessions in Fort Worth.

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Review Magnet School Admissions in Jefferson Parish




Albuquerque Interfaith Protects $18 Million in Spending for Lower Income Schools

After 400 Albuquerque Interfaith (AI) leaders knocked on doors to pass a February 2010 bond measure including $30 million to be invested in schools serving primarily students of color, the school district attempted to divert $20 million into a large (unjustified) district training facility. Leaders of AI fought back and in September the district decided to delay the project at least two years and return all but $2 million of the diversion to classroom construction and renovation.

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Valley Interfaith Rolls Out Voter Turnout Campaign


Border Interfaith Wins $1.3 Million for Clean Drinking Water

"Border Interfaith Gets Basic Services to County Residents," by Wayne Kendrick and Luis Cisneros, El Paso Times


Network of Texas IAF Organizations Launches GOTV Campaign to Turn Out 225,000 Voters

1,300 institutional leaders from across the state of Texas convened in San Antonio to publicly launch a campaign to turnout 5% of the projected vote in support of their non-partisan agenda for families. This agenda includes workforce development, public education, access to college, healthcare, infrastructure, a stop to Arizona-style anti-immigrant legislation and a balanced plan to address the $18 Billion state deficit. Leaders committed to organizing 2,625 neighborhood walkers to focus on 166 precincts in order to turn out 225,000 voters this fall.

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