Latino Texas PAC: Elected Leadership Training
Hosted by Latino Texas PAC and Leadership for Educational Equity
Physical Address (XXX Street Name, City, State, Zip Code)
Country/ies of Family Origin
Additional Identity Markers
First Generation American
Person of Faith
Considering the many intersections of identity (ethnicity, gender, ideology, etc.) how do you identify? How do you understand your identity in relation to the power, privilege, barriers and access that may come with your identity?
Please state the office-level you plan/want to run for.
In 2-3 brief sentences, please describe why you want to serve your community as an elected leader, the impact you want to make, and how you will accomplish that in this particular role/elected office.
Are you currently registered to vote in the district you plan to run for office?
I meet the legal/residency requirements needed for the role I am pursuing.
If you do not meet the above criteria, please explain why you are interested in participating in the workshop at this time.
In 2-3 sentences, please share what you hope to gain or learn from participating in this program.
Have you worked or volunteered for any political campaigns before? Please briefly explain.
Have you worked or volunteered for any political campaigns before? If yes, please explain your campaign experience(s), including your role(s), and how your experience informs your future candidacy.
How do you describe your political ideology?
There are many barriers to running for office. Which of the following, if any, do you feel are barriers for you?
I don't have the right skills/experience
Financial concerns (loans, debt, high cost of running, etc.)
Conflict with current employment
I don't have the right network
I don't know where to start
I don't see people like myself in this leadership role
I don't currently live in the community I want to run in
I don't feel I represent the community I live in (identity, ideology, or otherwise)
In 2-3 sentences, please list any other factors or barriers that might prevent you from preparing to run for office in the timeline your responded with above.
We'd like to know more about your preparations to run for office. Briefly describe any steps you have taken already to run for office or any other organizations you are working with to prepare.
Important Legal Note: Please inform LEE immediately if, at any point before or during the workshop, you take steps in becoming an active candidate as defined by your state campaign finance laws and/or file for office. In accordance with most state campaign finance laws, if you attend LEE’s Ready to Run workshop while you are an active candidate (or in a paid campaign role), your participation may count as an in-kind contribution that your campaign would need to report and may affect LEE’s ability to cover the costs of your participation.
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