Meet Stephanie Phillips, a teacher, small-business owner, committed progressive, and our Democratic candidate for Texas House District 73.
The Kendall County Democratic Party condemns local incidents of vandalism against both Republican and Democratic campaign signs.
We’ve got a great slate of Democratic judicial candidates fthis year, and you can meet them all in one online event, next Thursday 8/20.
This year is the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment which provided women the right to vote. This amendment was a win for human rights.
We’ve got campaign signs available — just the “seeds” you need to plant a “democracy garden” in your own front yard!
The Texas Election Code provides critical protections for your right vote freely and with confidence that your vote will be counted and your voice heard.
Meet Rebeca Martinez, an second-term justice on the Fourth Court of Appeals, and our Democratic candidate for Chief Justice of that Court.
LBJ’s legacy of civil rights, poverty, education and health initiatives is remarkable, but much has been lost since. We must get back on track.
Meet Brandon Birmingham, an experienced judge and attorney, and our Democratic candidate for Place 9 on the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals.
There is no evidence that vote-by-mail favors one party over the other and no evidence that vote-by-mail is less secure than in-person. Voting is our right.