On behalf of Heritage Action’s 120,000 conservative activists fighting for election integrity in Texas, Heritage Action extends a THANK YOU to Senator Bryan Hughes, Representative Andrew Murr, and the state legislators who finished the fight to pass S.B. 1 and make it easy to vote and hard to cheat in the Lone Star State.
August 31, 2021
Jessica Anderson, executive director of Heritage Action, released the following statement ahead of the Texas Legislature’s Special Session on Thursday.
July 7, 2021
Vice President Harris met with Democratic Texas lawmakers last week in Washington, but did not discuss the ongoing humanitarian crisis at our border. Instead, the vice president gave lawmakers AOC-style talking points and free media attention to bolster their attacks on Texas Senate Bill 7, last session’s election reform and voting rights legislation. This meeting falls at the nexus of a months-long, two-pronged assault from the left: first, Democratic leaders falsely smeared state election integrity bills as “Jim Crow 2.0.” Second, they used the anger generated from their smear campaign to strengthen their push for a federal election takeover.
June 24, 2021
WASHINGTON — Heritage Action, a national conservative grassroots organization, today issued a statement from Executive Director Jessica Anderson calling out Congressional Democratic leadership for flying Texas Democrats who blocked the passage of Texas’s election integrity bill, SB 7, to Washington to lobby for H.R. 1 and S. 1.
June 15, 2021
Heritage Action, a national conservative grassroots organization, today issued a statement from Executive Director Jessica Anderson and Texas Regional Coordinator Rebekah Warwick calling for an immediate special legislative session to pass election integrity bill SB 7 after the bill failed to receive a vote on the floor of the House last night.
May 31, 2021
Heritage Action, the national conservative grassroots organization, today released a statement from Executive Director Jessica Anderson encouraging Texas to strengthen election-related legislation currently under consideration:
May 11, 2021