City/County + Date
- Austin, TX, January 11, 2022.
- San Antonio, TX, January 14, 2022.
- League City, TX, January 23, 2022.
- Bellaire, TX, January 30, 2022.
- Pasadena, TX, February 7, 2022.
- Round Rock, TX, February 8, 2022.
- Orange, TX, February 15, 2022.
- Sugar Land, TX, February 27, 2022.
- Jersey Village, TX, March 7, 2022.
- Beaumont, TX, March 19, 2022.
- Dallas, TX, April 3, 2022.
- Nueces County, TX, April 14, 2022.
- Houston, TX, April 26, 2022.
- Livingston, TX, May 8, 2022.
- Nederland, TX, May 23, 2022.
- El Paso, TX, May 25, 2022.
- Amarillo, TX, June 15, 2022.
- San Angelo, TX, July 18, 2022.
- Bowie, TX, July 24, 2022.
- Lubbock, TX, August 6, 2022.
- Fort Worth, TX, August 21, 2022.
- Seymour, TX, September 13, 2022.
- Canadian, TX, October 6, 2022.
Additionally, Governor Abbott and Secretary of State, Mr. Ingram, were asked to allow local pilots for holding three proportional elections in a row to combat the low voter turnout for local elections in the State. This was requested to provide local governments an additional opportunity to show their voters and our grassroots organization that they desire to comply with the US Constitution.
These cities are now receiving their second official letter in which the legal context for a class-action lawsuit is pronounced.
Additional cities and counties will not appear on this list, but we continue to send out Constitutional Invocations to your City or County upon your request.
Provide your Texas City or County in a reply, and your City or County will receive a Constitutional Invocation (your request will be hidden from view after the Invocation is sent out).
The Bill of Rights guarantees us that the better voting system is used in our Cities and Counties. If our local government does not follow the US Constitution in a reasonable amount of time, then we can demand recompense for being denied what is our Constitutional right.