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Annie's List is an organization aiming to elect prochoice legislators in Texas.

Personnel

As of April 19, 2012, the following worked for Annie's List:[1]

Board of Directors

Board Emeritus

Staff

Regional Committees

* indicates that this individual is a board member of Annie's List. ** indicates that this individual is a board emeritus.

Central Texas

Steering Committe Co-Chairs: Heidi Gerbracht & Mandy Dealey

2012 Central Texas Luncheon Co-Chairs: Janis Pinelli* & Sarah McElvaney

Steering Committee Members:[3]

Dallas

Steering Committee Chairs: Claire Collins Schwarz & Michael Veale

2012 Dallas Luncheon Chairs: Becky Bruder & Sally Dunning

2012 Dallas Luncheon Honorary Chair: Debbie Branson

Steering Committee Members:[4]

Endorsed Candidates

2008

Annie's List endorsed the following candidates in 2008:[5]

2012

Annie's List endorsed the following candidates in 2012:[6]

Campaign School

The Annie’s List Campaign School seeks to politically empowering young people while helping elect prochoice, Democratic women in Texas. Each year Annie's List trains individuals just out of college at an intense week-long Campaign School and then places them on the campaigns of Annie’s List endorsed women candidates for the last 3 months of the election.

While on the campaign trail, participants receive a monthly stipend, free housing and paid travel expenses to and from the campaign. During their placement period, these trained staffers function as a full-time member of the campaign team – filling whatever role the campaign needs upon their arrival in early August.

After Election Day, Annie’s List helps to find them their next job in prochoice/Democratic politics.

Annie's List writes of their strategy,[7]

"These professionally trained staffers are an invaluable in-kind contribution to our women candidates who, at no cost to the campaign, help them reach their fundraising, communications, and/or voter contact goals. In other words, Annie’s List is changing the face of power in Texas by training the next generation of Democratic activists and electing more women to office at the same time."

2010

The following made up the 2010 Class of Annie's List Campaign School:[8]

Donors

2006

In 2006, the following made donations to Annie's List in honor of prochoice activists and leaders:[2]

In 2006, the following made donations to Annie's List in memory of deceased prochoice activists and leaders:[2]

2008

In 2008, the following made donations to Annie's List in honor of prochoice activists and leaders:[5]

In 2008, the following made donations to Annie's List in memory of deceased prochoice activists and leaders:[5]

2010

In 2010, the following made donations to Annie's List in honor of prochoice activists and leaders:[9]

In 2010, the following made donations to Annie's List in memory of deceased prochoice activists and leaders:[9]

Contractors

References

  1. Annie's List: Who We Are (accessed on April 19, 2012)
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Annie's List: Winter 2006 Newsletter, Issue 7
  3. Annie's List: Central Texas (accessed on April 21, 2012)
  4. Annie's List: Dallas (accessed on April 21, 2012)
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Annie's List: Winter 2008 Newsletter, Issue 9
  6. Annie's List: Winter 2012 Newsletter, Issue 17
  7. Annie's List: Campaign School (accessed on April 21, 2012)
  8. Annie's List: Class of 2010 (accessed on April 21, 2012)
  9. 9.0 9.1 Annie's List: Winter 2010 Newsletter, Issue 3
  10. Annie's List website (accessed on April 21, 2012)