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What to know about the Amistad Project project, which is seeking to increase turnout in the state of Texas

With the presidential race over, Texas voters are heading to the polls in the most crucial election of the year.

And as the state’s Democratic Party gears up to get its message out to the public, the Progressive Voter Project is doing what it can to ensure the party’s turnout effort continues to drive Democratic voters to the ballot box.

The Progressive Voter project, a nonpartisan group that’s been working to improve the lives of Texas voters since the 2010 midterms, is targeting a voter turnout initiative with a focus on the state.

It’s aiming to increase voter turnout by 5% by 2020, according to the group.

And it’s looking to do it in a way that will work in the heart of Texas.

It’s not just a big deal for Texas.

The Democratic Party in the Lone Star State is on track to lose nearly 10 million votes in 2020, making it one of the states hardest-hit by the GOP’s wave of electoral losses.

And according to data compiled by the Progressive Vote Project, a group that aims to increase participation in the Texas electorate, the state will lose more than 11 million votes to Republicans by 2020.

With a large number of Republicans in the House and Senate, that could have an impact on the way the party does business and strategy, said Progressive Vote project co-founder and CEO John Burt.

That’s why the Progressive Party is targeting an initiative to make Texas the only state to have a single-payer health insurance plan for all Texans, and to push for a statewide single-payer health insurance system, which would provide health insurance to everyone, regardless of where they live.

The initiative, called the Amistsad Project, is an ambitious project.

It calls for a $10 million statewide initiative to build a $1 trillion infrastructure in Texas that would provide healthcare to all Texans.

That includes $2.5 billion for roads, bridges, schools, libraries and other public services.

It also includes $200 million for a state health care system that would be accessible to all residents, including veterans and those with pre-existing conditions.

The $1 billion would also include $300 million to hire and train 2,000 healthcare workers and $300,000 for infrastructure improvements.

And the Progressive Voting project says the initiative would also increase voter participation by 5%, with an estimated 10 million people turning out to vote.

So what is the Amstsad Project?

The Amistadsad Project is the statewide initiative to increase the number of people eligible to vote in 2020.

The initiative would be one of only two statewide initiatives to push voter turnout in 2020 with a plan similar to the Progressive Project.

The other initiative is called the Progressive Voters’ Act, which seeks to increase voting in the next three elections.

The Amistsada Project’s proposed plan calls for providing health care coverage to all eligible Texans by 2026.

The plan also includes a $50 million expansion of Medicaid, a $15 million expansion in the school voucher program, and a $2 billion expansion of free community college tuition.

The progressive voting effort also calls for the creation of a statewide voter registration drive, and an initiative for the construction of a $5 million public education center in the Austin metro area.

The goal is to increase public awareness of the Amicsad Project’s initiatives.

The Amistsadsad project is also working to encourage voter turnout among people who are not registered to vote, which could result in a much bigger turnout.

The hope is that by expanding voter participation in Texas, the Amisad Project will increase the Democratic Party’s vote share nationally and could help Democrats retake control of the House of Representatives and possibly even win the Senate.

The Texas Progressive Vote initiative has been a big success, with its plan increasing voter turnout of more than 20% in the last three elections, according the group’s founder, John Burel.

And now that the midterm election is over, the group is hoping to continue its work in 2019 and 2020.

“There is no doubt that we’re on track for the most significant Democratic turnout in Texas since 2010,” Burell told Fox News.

“We’re going to keep on fighting for every vote.”