City Council Meetings
Attending and speaking at your City Council meetings is a great way to get involved in your local government. Many of the issues that aren't taken care of at the state or federal levels rely on local government for resolution. Most cities have regular council meetings every other week, outside of breaks and holidays.
Dallas County Commissioner's Court Meetings
County Commissioner's Court meetings, led by your County Judge, are another good option for participating in your local government. Often an overlooked governing body, this is where county-level decisions are made, such as election administration, public health, and transportation, just to name a few.
HD 102 Steering Committee Meetings
Steering Committees offer a unique opportunity for residents (and neighboring House District residents) to be directly engaged in the legislative process, with direct access to their State legislator in regular meetings. These meetings also allow constituents to discuss issues with one another.
Virtual Town Hall Archives
Watch previous virtual town halls held by Representative Ramos right here.
Witness Testimony Interest Form
Offering testimony in favor or against bills in committee hearings is one of the most effective ways to directly influence a bill. Once you submit this form, a member of our legislative team will reach out with details regarding when the hearing has been scheduled, as well as to provide resources to aid your testimony. We appreciate your continued collaboration.