Mexican American
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Building Power for the Latino Community in the Texas House of Representatives.

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About MALC

As of 2021, MALC has a membership of 41 House members from all parts of the state and is the second-largest caucus in the Texas Legislature. MALC Members sit on every House Committee in the Texas House of Representatives and work together on matters of consequence to our state’s large and growing Latino constituency.

MALC’s work goes beyond the halls of the Texas Capitol. Every year during the legislative session and interim, MALC strives to raise the level of Latino engagement in Texas government and politics through policy, education, outreach, organizing, and advocacy.
State-Representative-Rafael-Anchia-MALC-Chairman

Rafael Anchía

Chairman
Mary-Gonzalez

Mary González

Vice-Chair
State Representative Armando “Mando” Martinez, MALC Secretary

Armando Martinez

Secretary
State Representative Armando Walle, MALC Treasurer

Armando Walle

Treasurer
State Representative Ana Hernandez, MALC Legal Counsel

Ana Hernandez

Counsel
State Representative Eddie Rodríguez, MALC Policy Chair

Eddie Rodriguez

Policy Chair

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COVID-19 RELIEF AND HEALTHCARE
Committed to making sure every Texan has access to affordable, high-quality healthcare.
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SOCIAL JUSTICE
We stand for a just Texas.
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Expanding access to the ballot and making our democracy strong.
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Freedom to Vote Fund

On July 12th, a group of Texas Legislators including MALC Members made the historic decision to leave the state to deny Governor Greg Abbott the quorum he needed to pass a dangerous, anti-voter bill.

Join us in the fight for your civil rights, and to make democracy a reality for all of us.