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Texas Eagle Forum is a grassroots organization dedicated to educate and motivate its members to become citizen activists. We are unashamedly pro-life and stand on strong conservative and morally-bound principles. Our goal is to equip you with facts and talking points on issues of concern so that you will feel confident in sharing that information with family, friends, and your elected officials. We want you to find your place in local, state, or federal government and encourage others to be involved with you.

We strive to keep you informed through timely email Action Alerts and a monthly newsletter, The Torch, along with social media posts. Our state chapters hold monthly meetings with informative guest speakers delivering messages that will galvanize you to take action!  We also have a roster of exciting speakers available to speak to clubs, church groups, and organizations on a host of current issues. Join Texas Eagle Forum to make your voice heard and to make a difference in your local community and our state. Together, we are Texas Strong!

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Cindi Castilla


Cindi currently serves as the president of Texas Eagle Forum. Her parents introduced her to political activism as a child and she has been involved in the conservative movement ever since. After becoming a follower of Jesus, she began to understand her political positions based on our brilliant constitution and God's word. Cindi became a precinct chair and election judge in her early 20's. While she has been a leader in and is currently a member of several Republican groups, she found her best fit in Eagle Forum. Cindi loves researching issues and going over bills to determine their impact on the people of Texas. Previously she served as the president of Dallas Eagle Forum.

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