Opportunities To Impact All Our Futures
The GCDP is doubling our 2018 budget to fund our 2019/2020 county campaign expenses. Running a county party campaign requires volunteers and funding. We have expenses we must pay: our 2020 county convention and primary election; professional Field Operations Director; dedicated/paid block walkers; equipment rental, utilities, internet access, and legal fees for a election headquarters; mailing thousands of applications for voting by mail; door hangers for canvassing; additional GCDP yard signs; paying fees for voter outreach tools like Hustle; and paying our monthly bills for PO Box, websites, banking fees, etc.
To cover most of the budget, we need sustaining (monthly) donations. We need the equivalent of either 200 supporters donating an average of $20 a month, OR 100 supporters donating an average of $40 a month. We are currently at about 20% of our 2020 goal. Start your monthly donations now.
Galveston County Democratic Party is adding a newsletter to our communication toolbox. It’s a place where we can provide new information and include updates available elsewhere, all in one place. It’s a work in progress and any suggestions are welcome. For now, we plan a quarterly publication.
County Chair Welcome:
On behalf of the Galveston County Democratic Party, I want to welcome you to the premiere issue of our new newsletter. Your County Party has a lot of activity going on, all focused on our core mission of electing more Democrats to public office in Galveston County. Please join us as we continue to build our County Democratic Party for our next big gains in November 2020. Our time is now. Don’t wait; time is short and there is much to do. We cannot let this unparalleled opportunity pass us by. - John Young
Made your plan to vote?
Start by picking a day.
Then decide on a time and ask someone to join you.
More here: http://mytexasvotes.com/
Thanks to Carol Andrews, Shadan Larki, Joyce Townsend, Dani Rollins, Michael Rogillio, Teresa Kumelski, and Detra Jones for putting this together for Chairman Young.
Tuesday, January 8, 2019, from 6:30 PM – 8 PMIBEW Local Union 5272509 FM 2004 Rd,Texas City, Texas 77591
These links can be used to learn more about the job of a precinct chair or can be useful for answering questions from constituents.
- Official list of state recognized precinct chairs
- Application for Precinct Chair
- Interactive precinct map of Galveston county
- GCDP List of contacts
- VAN Login
- Galveston County Elections Information
- Checking on your voter registration status
- Register to vote on-line
- Find unregistered voters to register
- Texas Democratic Party 2018 platform
- Texas Democratic Party 2018 Rules
- State list of 2018 party candidates