Kerr Community Center • 1308 Walnut St • Bastrop
At this month’s community meeting, we are delighted to host Bill Haschke, who will speak about the benefits of a single-payer system of universal health coverage for all Americans. Access to heath care should be considered a basic human right rather than a privilege reserved only for those fortunate enough to afford it. Why are we the only industrialized county on earth that continues to operate a failing, for-profit health care system? Come on out and join us as we discuss the way forward in dealing with this crisis that affects us all.
- Thursday, Dec. 14
- Kerr Community Center
1308 Walnut Street, Bastrop
- 7:00 p.m.
Now, more than ever, we need to present strong options for the voters of Bastrop County. Are you ready to throw your hat in the ring? Bastrop County Democratic Party Chair Cheryl Reese will be at our downtown office on Dec. 11 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. to accept your filing. This will be the last day you can file as a candidate for the March primary election. Appointments are welcome: 512-581-1019. Our office is located at 1009 Main Street in Bastrop. Come on down!
Bastrop Indivisible advocates are getting the word out to tens of thousands of Texans who need help enrolling in the Affordable Care Act. Read more here:
The Bastrop County Democrat Party would like to thank owner Raul Vasquez, manager Nick Barrera, and the staff of the La Hacienda in Bastrop for their assistance, support, and professionalism at our Meet and Greet with Beto O’Rourke on Saturday, October 21, 2017.
Natalia DePaz says her heart breaks for some members of her family as well as for about 800,000 people who have benefited from an Obama-era immigration program that the Trump administration said it was rescinding.
This picture features (from right to left) Karen Sterling, Phil Freeman and Dayna Beck, precinct chair.