Looking for help finding your state representatives? How about your local city government. Well, you've come to the right place. Here are some resources to help you find what you are looking for:
Find My Legislator - click here to find the Texas Senator and Texas Representative. Your profile information is used to try to locate YOUR legislators. It doesn't always get it right, but it gets close normally! Note, too, that your Federal (US) legislators are shown as well as your Board of Education Member.
Find My City Government - this link tries to local the website of your city government. It does this by looking at your profile, taking the city, and making a few guesses as to what the URL of your city government would be. It is surprisingly right most of the time - that is, if your city has a city government website. A lot don't, unfortunately. If this link can't find something useful, it will simply pop-up a Google search - hit ENTER to execute the search in this case.
Find My School District - We tried to have this link tell you exactly what your school district is. But we haven't yet figured out how to do it! So it takes you to the Texas map, where you can zoom into your address and find your district information yourself.
Texas Legislative Resources - The Texas Legislative Reference Library is a great resource for finding your representatives, sure, but it is also a great place to see what is going on with the Texas legislature! It has information on Bills both current and passed/past. It has information on legislative sessions, issues, committees...just about everything you could want!
Texas Education Agency - The "TEA" provides a wealth of information about Texas schools. You can use this site to help you find information about your local school district, or that of other SACOT members.
The Texas Tribune - Your go-to resource for news about Texas and Texas government. Seriously good data and coverage. Sit down and read for awhile, you will come away smarter.]