The Blue Report: Let the Run-offs Begin...

Published April 12, 2018 by Odus Evbagharu #

April 12, 2018: Let the Run-offs Begin…

Join us for an evening with the Democratic run-off candidates in Harris, Brazoria and Fort Bend County on Wednesday, April 25th at the El Franco Lee Community Center from 7-9PM! Our special guests for the evening will be the two Gubernatorial candidates on the Democratic Ballot: Lupe Valdez and Andrew White, U.S. Congressional District 22 candidates: Sri Preston Kulkarni and Letitia Plummer, U.S. Congressional District 7 candidates: Lizzie Fletcher and Laura Moser and State Senate District 17 candidates: Rita Lucido and Fran Watson!

What: Town Talk: Let The Run-offs Begin

When: Wednesday, April 25th 7PM - 9PM

Where: El Franco Lee Community Center (9500 Hall Rd. Houston, TX 77089)

May 22nd - Run-off Election - Primary season isn’t quite over yet as we have some exciting races going into a runoff. Don’t forget to vote and get those around you registered and activated! 

Latino leaders from the Harris County Democratic Party would like to invite you to our Cinco de Mayo Fiesta! Enjoy some tacos, empanadas and pan dulce while you chat with other folks working across Harris County to #TurnTexasBlue.
  

Join Senator Sylvia Garcia, State Representative Armando Walle, Sheriff Ed Gonzalez, Judge Mike Gomez and HCC Trustee Zeph Capo on the host committee or buy your ticket today for the Fiesta here.


This event will support our local party’s grassroots organizing efforts as we prepare for Election season in November, so bring a friend or two and meet others in our community fighting for a more progressive and inclusive city, county, state and nation.

Tickets are just $10, you don’t want to miss this evening of fun! We will be hosting a sombrero decorating competition. Winner receives a year-long HCDP Membership ($120 value)! See you Friday, May 4th

WHAT: Harris County Democratic Party and Tejano Democrat’s Cinco de Mayo Fiesta
WHEN: Friday, May 4th 5-7 PM
WHERE: Janie & Frumencio’s Home (502 Highland StHouston, TX 77009)


Texas is the second largest state in the country with Harris County being the largest county in the entire state of Texas. There are an estimated 4 million people in the county, but only around 2.4 million of those people are registered voters. If those 2.4 million voters vote Democrat in the 2018 election, we will turn Texas blue.

Texas is not going to turn blue on it’s own. “It All Starts Here” in Harris County! We have a responsibility to stand up to hatred, racism, and all the fundamentally wrong values of the Republican Party. Stand up to Texas Republicans and fight to make lives better today by becoming a Harris County Democratic Party volunteer! There are so many ways to get involved. Complete a Volunteer Interest Form and find out what way works for you best. We’ll be in touch.


If you paid and ordered a name badge at the last County Executive Committee Meeting on March 8, 2018. We are happy to inform you the name badges have arrived! You can pick them up anytime Monday - Friday from 10 AM - 6 PM at the party headquarter, 1445 North Loop West, Houston, TX 77015.

To see if your name badge is ready, check here.


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FOR ADDITIONAL EVENTS, VISIT THE HCDP CALENDAR

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