AFSCME Local 1624


Hays County Seats

Ruben Becerra for Hays County Judge

Williamson County

Kasey Redus for County Commissioner Precinct 2

K.T. Musselman for JP Precinct 1


Mike Siegel for Congressional District 10

Rick Kennedy for Congressional District 17

Joseph Kopser for Congressional District 21

Julie Oliver for Congressional District 25

Mary Jennings “MJ” Hegar for Congressional District 31


Texas House

Erin Zwiener for Texas House District 45

Vikki Goodwin for Texas House District 47

Gina Hinojosa for Texas House District 48

James Talerico for Texas House District 52

John H Bucy III for Texas House District 136

City of Austin Seats

Steve Adler for Austin Mayor

Mayor Pro Tem Kathie Tovo for City Council District 9

Bobby Levinski for City Council District 8

Sabino “Pio” Renteria for City Council District 3

Vince Harding for City Council District 1


Lupe Valdez for Governor

Kim Olson for Agricultural Commissioner

Justin Nelson for Attorney General

Joi Chevalier for Comptroller

Miguel Suazo for Land Commissioner

Mike Collier for Lt. Governor

Beto O’Rourke for US Senate

Travis County Seats

Randall Slagle for Justice of the Peace Precinct 2 

Sylvia Holmes for Justice of the Peace Precinct 3

Texas Senate

Meg Walsh for Texas Senate District 5

Steven Kling for Texas Senate District 25

Anyone can make a one time or monthly donation to our Local VOTE PAC. 

If you would like to support our organization and help get candidates elected that support workers and workers rights in Austin and Travis County please click the donate button below.

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Fighting for Candidates Who Will Fight for Us

~For public employees, the people we elect determine the quality of our lives and our livelihood. Our wages, benefits, working conditions, health and safety, and even whether we have jobs at all, are in the hands of officials who influence our future. Unless, that is, we hold them accountable. Our activism in politics is incredibly important.

Through our local VOTE PAC we help elect candidates who stand for what matters to AFSCME members:

  • Strong commitment to employees and labor
  • No contracting out Affordable health care
  • Retirement security
  • No cuts to vital public services
  • Pay increases / market studies

Politics is part of AFSCME's DNA. Federal election law and some state laws prohibit using dues for campaign contributions and other political activities. AFSCME VOTE PAC enables our union to be strong politically and help enact legislative programs that protect our jobs.

Get Involved

Through our VOTE PAC thousands of AFSCME members help get out the vote for candidates who support working families and public services. We make phone calls, knock on doors, and do whatever it takes to turn out more voters. Be a part of history and join us.

Call or email the local AFSCME 1624 office to join our local VOTE PAC program.