San Antonio Progressive Alliance

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San Antonio Progressive Alliance is closely connected to Our Revolution, San Antonio Democratic Party, San Antonio Democratic Socialists of America and Our Revolution.

Central Coordinating Committee

San Antonio Progressive Alliance April 5, 2017:


Most of the newly elected Central Coordinating Committee: (l to r) Phillip Flagg, Chris Kutalik Cauthern, David Katakalos, Milton Fagan, David Van Os, Stephen Lucke, Liz Solis, Carol Fisher, Paul Ingmundson, Robert Feria (not shown: Judith Cashin Lerma, Gilbert Martinez, Alfonso Lozoya) at Brick at Blue Star Arts Complex.

Council runs

Dec 9, 2016, the San Antonio Progressive Alliance held its first meeting in early December to organize a platform and introduce progressive candidates for the San Antonio City Council.

The Texas Progressive Caucus is organizing within the Texas Democratic Party and with the progressives of Texas to pull the Democratic Party back to New Deal and Great Society values and programs. We are excited to see Rick Trevino and John Courage run for city council in San Antonio and we hope that others from around the state and region will join in our progressive message.

DSA connections


Chris Kutalik Cauthern shared an event to San Antonio DSA's Timeline.

February 7 ·

Most of you have probably heard about this but the San Antonio Progressive Alliance (in which a number of local DSA members are leaders) is having a large launch event tomorrow night for its left city council candidate slate and platform.


San Antonio Progressive Alliance January 10, 2017:


With Robert Feria, Gilbert Martinez, Vanessa Sanchez, Alice Canestaro-Garcia, David Van Os, Katherine Smyth, Joel Mayer, Phillip Flagg, Colt Osburn, Caden Summers and Brick at Blue Star Arts Complex.