The Kendall County Democratic Party is committed to turning Texas blue — particularly, to the very real opportunity to flip the Texas House back to Democratic control after 20 years — and electing Democratic candidates to the US House of Representatives and all statewide offices, from Governor on down. To do this, we commit to full participation in all the Democratic primaries and conventions that comprise our nominating process — and we need your participation as well.
More information on registering to vote here.
Voter Resource Page from the Texas Democratic Party.
2022 Primary Elections
Both the Democratic and Republican Parties conduct their primary elections on March 1 to select the party’s candidates to appear on the November General Election ballot. We’ll update this website frequently as candidates declare themselves. Click here for more information on Democratic candidates running in the primary.
- December 13, 2021: Filing deadline for candidates
- January 1, 2022: First day to request a mail-in ballot to vote in the 2022 elections
- January 31, 2022: Last day to register to vote
- February 14, 2022: First day of early voting
- February 18, 2022: Last day for eligible voters to apply for a mail-in ballot
- February 25, 2022: Last day of early voting
More information from the Elections Division of the Texas Secretary of State
Kendall County Democratic Convention
The Kendall County Democratic Convention will happen on Saturday, March 19 from 2PM to 4PM at the Kronkosky Center.
Per the rules of the Texas Democratic Party, “any qualified Democratic voter who will be 18 years of age or older on the date in November of the General Election and who resides in the county and who has voted in the Democratic Primary…or who signs an oath of affiliation to the Democratic Party and has not voted in another party’s primary…shall be eligible to attend” and vote at the County Convention. Note that this means if you cast a “protest vote” in the Republican Primary, you may *not* attend or vote at the County Democratic Convention.
At this event, we discuss Party business, adopt Party resolutions, and select 12-15 delegates to send to the Texas Democratic Convention (see next item). For more information, email the KCDP Chair at email@example.com. More convention details will be posted here as they become available.
Texas Democratic Convention
The Texas Democratic Convention will be July 14-17 in Dallas. The delegation from Kendall County will be selected at the County Convention in March. Just as with the local county convention, the Texas Democratic Party will discuss Party business and adopt a Party Platform and Resolutions. More convention details will be posted here as they become available.
Democratic National Convention
The Democratic National Convention will happen in July or August 2024. Location/format to be determined. Just as with the local county and state conventions, the Democratic National Convention will discuss Party business and adopt a Party Platform and Resolutions. The convention also nominates the Party’s Presidential and Vice Presidential candidates. More convention details will be posted here as they become available.