Flores Mexican Restaurant, 2440 East Highway 290, Dripping Springs, TX 78620, United States
Host: Annie List
This program is designed to help prepare progressive, pro-choice women to run for positions on the school board or in city or county offices. Whether you are running for County Commissioner, City Council, School Board or Constable, Ready to Run: Local Leaders will help you plan a great campaign at the right scale for the position you seek.
SAVE THE DATE
This will be our first Code Blue Meet Up in Texas! Come meet your state captains and other CB members, discuss goals and plans, and sign up for volunteer jobs.
7PM is a tentative time and the location will be announced soon.
We look forward to meeting you!
- Texas State Captains
(Tiffany and Simone)
Host: Young Texas Democrats
Where: Picasso's Pizza and Grill 12300 Inwood Rd, Dallas, Texas 75244
Join Dallas County Young Democrats for our first general meeting of 2017. This will be a busy year locally with city council elections occuring in May. Also the 2017 legislative session in Austin will be very contentious. The ACLU of Texas will be on the front line trying to stop some of the more egregious bills coming from the Republicans. Our guest speaker will be Joe Swanson, who is the community organizer for the ACLU in the DFW area. He will be talking about the work ACLU Texas does and the challenges and opportunitues going forward in 2017.
Hosted By: DSDA Dripping Springs Democratic Action
Where: Trudy's Four Star Dripping Springs
The holidays are over so it's time to get to work. We're meeting at a NEW LOCATION. Trudy's Four Star.
Sharon Reed-Miller, a outstanding precinct chair in Hays County, will talk about how she and a partner have organized their precincts. Over the past few years they have built strong get-out-the- vote (GOTV) teams and fostered strong relationships with voters in their precincts. We can learn from her experiences and develop our own plan to mobilize those blue voters we know live in the Dripping Springs area.
PLEASE be sure to RSVP. With our new location, we must give them pretty close numbers- we can always accommodate more, but in order to not be charged for the room, we need to have at least 50 each time. It also allows us to set up the room in a way that will work for us best when we've got a pretty good idea of how many are attending. (We had 85 at the last one.)
Please bring your voter registration card (or at least know your precinct number). We'll be sitting at tables according to our precinct so we can start building our precinct teams.