Every party should be a secular party.
In 2016, history was made with the first-ever Secular Caucus at the Texas Democratic Convention (see picture below. This year, we are building on our momentum by electing Caucus officers, planting seeds for local chapters across Texas, and bringing visibility to openly nontheist and allied candidates by hosting speakers who support the separation of church and state. We hope to see you there!
Friday, June 22
10:15 am – 11:15 am
Fort Worth Convention Center
If you are interested in running for an officer position or nominating someone else for a position, please fill out the form below.
Meet the Speakers
Laura Gunn is running for the Texas State House in District 33. Gunn was raised Catholic, currently attends a Methodist church, and is an ally of the secular community.
Alec Johnson is running for the Texas State House in District 11. Johnson identifies as a deist in the tradition of Thomas Paine.
Dr. Fredrick Infortunio is running for the Texas State House in District 130. He identifies as spiritual, but not religious. On the role of religion in government, Dr. Infortunio says: “Each person’s religion is personal; personal beliefs should never be used to control a society. the founding fathers of our great country knew to separate religion from government; they knew the dangers of not doing so.”