1308 Walnut St., Bastrop
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Come on out to Neighbor’s Kitchen and Yard located at 601 Chestnut Street in downtown Bastrop on Saturday, May 5, at 11:00am for a candidate forum.
Get to know your U.S. Congressional candidates who are on the ballot in the upcoming May 22 runoff election. We’ll be hearing from Tawana Walter-Cadien and Mike Siegel, who are running in District 10, and also Eric Holquin and Roy Barrera, who are running to represent District 27. We are hoping to have a few other local candidates at the event.
Neighbor’s will have a bar set up outside near the stage for you to order your own drinks. Food can be ordered in the restaurant and carried out to the yard. Check out their full menu here! We will also have water available.
Neighbor’s has a few picnic tables and benches, but if you’d like to be a little more comfortable, please feel free to bring your own chair. We’ll have candidate merchandise for sale and some give-aways. Plan to come out and enjoy the beautiful Cinco de Mayo weather, visit with like-minded people, and get to hear from some of Texas’s future leaders! What a great way to celebrate this beautiful time of year.
Here and there, around town and around the county, you might spy a colorful little rock hidden in plain sight. Those are Beto Rocks! Our volunteers are painting them and placing them to call attention to Beto O’Rourke’s campaign for U.S. Senate.
Annie Marrs placing a Beto rock in a planter outside Ascension Catholic Church. Annie says “Beto Rocks!! I just placed three rocks around town. It is such fun! If Dems knew how much fun it is they would stop by the office on Main Street, pick up a rock or two, and then drive around searching for clever places to put them. What a hoot!”
Annie places a Beto rock at the fire station.
Annie Marrs hoping to grow more Beto rocks in the Bastrop Master Gardener garden.
Can you spot the Beto rock at the Bastrop Public Library?
The baby deer loves its Beto rock.
Beto O’Rourke was represented in the Smithville Jamboree parade on Saturday, April 7.
Douglas Ginn, Pinkie Bechtol and Erin O’Brien decorate the Beto float.
Erin O’Brien and Crystal Harris lead the way for the Beto float.
Here are a few shots from our county convention on March 24.
Eric Holguin seeks voter support for U.S. Rep. District 27.
John Inman and Xabier Hernandez at Bastrop County for Beto table.
Michele Rutherford and Gus Meduna
Young Dems President Natalia DePaz with Barrientos and Watson
Dock Jackson welcomes delegates to the convention.
Emma Mackey staffs Kirk Watson’s table.
Beto table featured buttons, bumper stickers, and one-of-a-kind Beto Texas magnets.