19th Annual Labor Day Picnic!

Join the Dallas Democrats for our annual Labor Day Picnic at the Catholic Czech Club on September 5th from 12-4pm

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Unity Rally

DCDP's first annual Unity Rally was a smashing success!

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Join our Fall Fellowship Program!

The Fall Field Fellowship program offers a great opportunity to breed new young activists. Fellows will learn about local Democrats, registering voters, organizing volunteers, Democratic events, block walks, phonebanks, and together help elect Democrats up and down the ballot. Apply today: http://tinyurl.com/dcdpfellow

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Thank You To Our Labor Day Picnic Sponsors (so far!)

Commissioner Dr. Theresa Daniel, Judge Nancy Mulder, Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson, Judge Sally Montgomery, Judge Martin Hoffman, Judge Gena Slaughter, Judge Elizabeth Frizell, Judge Jennifer Bennett, Judge Dale Tillery, Judge Ernest White, State Representative Yvonne Davis, Justice of the Peace Juan Jasso, Dallas County Schools Board President Larry Duncan, Hector Garza for Judge, Nancy Kennedy for Judge, Lake Highlands / White Rock Democrats, Dallas County East Democrats, Coalition of Black Democrats, Edwards & Patterson, Judge Monica Purdy.

Candidates, elected officials, clubs, and organizations who want to sponsor or just have a table or be in the slide show should contact Carmen at the DCDP office at 214-821-8331.

Garland Labor Day Parade

The Garland Labor Day Parade will be Monday, September 5, 2016 in Downtown Garland.  Parade line-up/decorating starts at 7:00 at Williams Stadium. Parade starts at 9:00. Officials/Candidates if you would like to have a vehicle or float in the parade you can get an application at noonexchangeclubofgarland.org. The cost is $30.00. Applications with payment must be mailed by August 24th. The Republicans always have a lot of entries. Also, if you would like to have your campaign signs (2) on the GADC float please contact Joy Brady by email to garlandareademocraticclub@gmail.com.

Hillary Signs Now At Party Office

We now have "Texans For Hillary -- Vote Straight Democratic" signs at the party office for a $5 contribution.

DCDP Voter's Guides Now Available

The Dallas County Democratic Party now has our Voter's Guide for this year's fall election.

This 24-page tabloid has information about voting and our local Democratic candidates.

Get them for passing out from the DCDP office for FREE.

Become A DCDP Fall Fellow

The Dallas County Democratic Party Fall Field Fellowship program offers a great opportunity to breed new young activists. Fellows will learn about local Democrats, registering voters, organizing volunteers, Democratic events, block walks, phonebanks, and together help elect Democrats up and down the ballot.

Apply today: https://form.jotform.com/62145217595155

NEEDED: DCDP Office Administrator

NEEDED: DCDP Office Administrator to answer the phones at the DCDP office, inventory office supplies & DCDP store merchandise, coordinate staff schedules, greet DCDP office visitors, and assist the Executive Director with projects and events.

If interested, send a resume to DCDP Executive Director Carmen Ayala at Carmen@dallasdemocrats.org by 5 pm on Friday, September 9, 2016.

Hector Garza for Judge, 195th Judicial District Court

The Executive Committee (the Precinct Chairs and County Chair) met on Saturday, August 13, 2016, to nominate the Democratic candidate for the election for the remainder of the term of Judge Fred Tinsley, who resigned in July.

They nominated Hector H. Garza. His contact information:

Email: Hector.H.Garza AT sbcglobal.net  Phone: 214-766-4876

Maricela Moore for Judge, 162nd Civil District Court


The Executive Committee (the Precinct Chairs and County Chair) met on Monday, June 27, 2016 to nominate the Democratic candidate to replace Judge Phyllis Lister Brown (who passed away May 25 following an illness) on the ballot for 162nd Civil District Court.

They nominated Maricela Moore. Her contact information:

Email:  Maricela@MaricelaMooreLaw.com  Phone:  214-924-3176

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