About MOVE

MOVE Texas is a nonpartisan, nonprofit, grassroots organization working to build power in underrepresented youth communities through civic engagement, leadership development, and issue advocacy.

In 2013, MOVE was founded by a small group of dedicated students at The University of Texas at San Antonio to increase participation in local elections and since then has gone statewide to become one of the most effective voter registration and engagement groups in the state.

Young people are the future – we’re making sure they vote like it.

 

Learn more
About
MOVE

MOVE Texas is a nonpartisan, nonprofit, grassroots organization working to build power in underrepresented youth communities through civic engagement, leadership development, and issue advocacy.

In 2013, MOVE was founded by a small group of dedicated students at The University of Texas at San Antonio to increase participation in local elections and since then has gone statewide to become one of the most effective voter registration and engagement groups in the state.

Young people are the future – we’re making sure they vote like it.

 

Learn more
MOVE Swag

News & Updates

News

H. Drew Galloway and His Millennial Hustle

September 6, 2018

H. Drew Galloway and His Millennial Hustle click to enlarge Editor’s Note: Jade Esteban Estrada is the writer of Glitter Political, a series of articles detailing San Antonio’s elections. I’m sitting across from H. Drew Galloway at Estate Coffee Shop on the city’s East Side….
More

News

Important that you register to vote

September 16, 2018

Important that you register to vote It’s important to act now if you’re not registered and want to vote in the big Nov. 6 election, when all 235 House representatives, one-third of all senators, including one of two from Texas, our governor and other candidates will be elected….
More

News

Young Voters Bring New Energy To Politics On National Voter Registration Day

September 27, 2018

Young Voters Bring New Energy To Politics On National Voter Registration Day It’s everyone’s responsibility to help students get the knowledge, tools, resources, and community support they need to cast their ballot. Rather than lamenting that students don’t care enough to vote, we must ensure the voice of America’s future is represented and has the…
More