02/21/2018, 7:00 pm.
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In early February, Bastrop County Democrats delivered their message at three gatherings, each of a different type.
First, on Feb. 3, State Senator Kirk Watson spoke with Colorado River Collegiate Academy students at a Young Dems Social.
Precinct 1001 is setting a high standard for organizing and promoting candidates and voter interest and enthusiasm at the neighborhood level. On Feb. 4, the precinct held a “Meet Your Neighbors” social at the home of Bj and Sam Jenkins.
Feb. 8 marked the BCDP candidate forum, held “speed-dating” style at Smithville Elementary’s cafeteria. Here Mike Collier, candidate for Texas Lieutenant Governor, speaks with one group…
…while Ronnie McDonald, who’s running for U.S. Representative, District 27, chatted with another group.
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.
Follow candidates via links to their campaign websites: www.bastropdemocrats.org/2018-election/
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