Many people are aware of the visible processes that are enforced at polling places, but those are the tip of the iceberg to ensure total integrity.
“That’s how a democracy withers, until it’s no democracy at all. We can’t let that happen. Do not let them take away your power.”
If you want to preserve and protect your voting rights—stop voting Republican. If your party can only win by discouraging voters, you’re doing it wrong.
This week, we are highlighting some powerful, full of hope speeches from speakers at the 2020 Democratic National Convention (DNC).
This week, we cover other Texas Election Code provisions that you should be aware which protect your voting rights. We have a right to vote.
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.
Texas has some of the most restrictive rules in the U.S. when it comes to voting by mail. In the midst of a pandemic, it’s time to expand eligibility.
Democracy works best when everyone who is eligible to vote can do so. Voter suppression tactics making it harder to vote are anathema to this principle.
With the US declaring a national state of emergency due to the coronavirus outbreak, KCDP will conduct a modified county convention on Saturday, March 21.
The Texas primaries are underway! Make your voice heard in the process to select our Democratic nominees for the critical 2020 elections.