LBJ’s legacy of civil rights, poverty, education and health initiatives is remarkable, but much has been lost since. We must get back on track.
In the face of attacks and conspiracy theories, we must answer with hard work, integrity, decency and more hard work. We must not relax until November 4.
Our election office has developed an excellent plan to keep voters and poll workers safe. Please observe their procedures and mask up if voting in person.
Many seem to be held hostage by misinformation, but science should be used as a pathway to truth. We must keep wearing masks and practice social distancing.
The Democratic Party Runoff Election is just around the corner. Election Day is July 14, 2020 with early voting starting June 29.
As we contemplate and honor the more than one million American men and women who gave their lives for our nation we must not let their sacrifice be in vain.
The theme of our Get-Out-the-Vote plan for November is simple: VOTE BLUE, from the top of the ballot to the last Democrat listed.
It’s important to keep our spirits up even while we’re at home, looking out for our healthcare workers and finding ways to help those suffering hardships.
Lots of ways to stay involved at home: see commissioners’ court via Zoom, and encourage everyone to register to vote and, if eligible, to vote by mail.
If you are at all concerned about voting in person for the July runoffs, and are not already doing vote by mail, consider requesting a mail-in ballot.