About Us

A Message From Our Founder

Our politics are broken. Hyper-partisanship, wedge strategies, and a campaign industry that profits from both are driving citizens away from the process.

A growing number of Americans, of all political persuasions, believe that investing - their time, their money, their vote - in a broken system is just not working. That we need a fresh approach and new expectations of public service.

I couldn’t agree more.

To meet the challenge, I co-founded USTomorrow, a non-profit building cross-partisan coalitions to increase civic participation and reduce hyper-partisanship. And I need your help.

There’s plenty of room. Our launch footprint is the 17 congressional districts that surround and include Austin, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio.

This isn’t about flipping blue, turning red, or throwing bums out. It’s about supporting our democracy by strengthening the bridge between communities and candidates and reintroducing the tools that deliver respect, compromise, progress, and, perhaps most importantly, a higher expectation of civic participation and public service to a new generation of Texans.

Together, we can establish a new mandate to deliver measurable, cross-partisan progress on the issues facing our country, state, and communities.

So explore this website, reach out to learn more, sign up to learn of opportunities to make a difference in your community, and, by all means, join us!

Joseph Kopser

Our Team

Joseph Kopser

Co-Founder, Board Chair

Grover Bynum

Co-Founder, executive director

Andrew Cates

General counsel

Callie Kerbo

digital strategist

Our two step mission

Assemble and provide increased influence to the growing number of Americans who don't fully align with either political party.

Empower them to keep candidates and elected officials on both sides of the aisle focused on the issues getting lost in the partisan shuffle.  

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Get Involved with USTomorrow

There’s a role for you at USTomorrow!

One of our primary goals is to lower the barriers of entry for civic participation in your community. If you’re committed to people over party and progress over politics, then we’re committed to you.

USTomorrow is looking for board and regional advisory council members, partners for economic developers, mentors for students, and community influencers to lead by example.

We’re looking for YOU!

If you think you would be a good fit for one of these roles, please reach out to us!