Dallas County Democratic Party Weekly Roundup, September 8, 2015

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Crowds at Labor Day Picnic
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Thanks to hundreds of attendees and dozens of officials & candidates who made our picnic part of their LaborDay!

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Shaun Rabb from Fox4 stopped by our Labor Day Picnic to talk about the train wreck Trump campaign with our DCDP Chair Carol Donovan.

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Above Senator Royce West speaking to the crowd, with Judge Sally Montgomery and DCDP Chair Carol Donovan, and to her own far right (of course) you can see part of the Donald Trump pinata which we were selling tickets for.

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Some of the many Democratic tee shirts worn at the picnic.

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Among the many of our other elected Democratic Judges who also attended were these three wearing their own campaign shirts from last year.

Dallas County Judicial Reception Benefiting the DCDP
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Tuesday, September 29, 2015
5:30 – 7:30 PM
Lakewood Country Club
1912 Abrams Road
Dallas, Texas 75214
Complimentary Beverages & Appetizers
Complimentary Valet Parking

Donations & Sponsorships:
1) Donate online at www.DallasDemocrats.org
2) Or mail check made out to Dallas County Democratic Party, 4209 Parry Avenue, Dallas, Texas 75223
To sponsor this event and be recognized, email your pledge by September 28th to eventrsvp AT dallasdemocrats.org and give at one of the following levels: $2500 Platinum, $1000 Gold, $500 Silver, $250 Bronze, $100 Friendship

UNDERWRITING HOST:
Hon. Joe Kendall, Kendall Law Group, LLP

CURRENT SPONSORS:
Law Office of Lynda Lee Weaver
Hon. Carol Donovan
Hon. Ken Molberg
Hon. Eric V. Moyé
Hon. Dale Tillery
Hon. Phyllis Lister Brown
Hon. John Creuzot
Hon. Gracie Lewis
Hon. Ken Tapscott
Hon. D’Metria Benson
Hon. Brandon Birmingham
Susan & David Bradley
Hon. Tena Callahan
Hon. Dr. Theresa Daniel
Law Office of J. Darlene Ewing
Hon. Dennise Garcia
Hon. Bonnie Goldstein
Hon. Mark Greenberg
Hon. Martin Hoffman
Law Office of Maricela Moore
Hon. Craig Smith
Hon. Brenda Hull Thompson
Hon. Emily Tobolowsky
Hon. Roy Williams Jr.

September Club of the Month: The Rowlett Democratic Club
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Meet our September Club of the Month: The Rowlett Democratic Club is a group of local Democrats, taking an active role in shaping the politics of Rowlett, the county, the state, and the country. They welcome anyone who agrees with Democratic ideals, and those who want to support our Democratic candidates and values.

They meet the 4th Sunday of every month at 5 PM at the Fellowship Hall, First Christian Church, 7301 Miller Rd., Rowlett 75089.

For more information about the Rowlett Democratic Club, check out their website: http://rowlettdemocrats.com and follow them on Facebook (login required for this one): https://www.facebook.com/groups/rowlettdemocraticclub/

WANTED: Phone Volunteers
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The DCDP needs phone volunteers who can call designated lists of potential Precinct Chairs with strong Democratic voting histories. So far, this method has proven successful in recruiting new Precinct Chairs, but we still have lots of precinct chair vacancies to fill.

If you are willing to help us make calls, at the DCDP office or at home, please call DCDP Operations Director Carmen Ayala at the DCDP office at 214-821-8331. Let us know when you are available, and we will have your list ready for you.

First Democratic Presidential Debate Watch Party October 13
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Hosted by:
Tax Assessor/Collector John R. Ames
Judge Phyllis Lister Brown
Judge Dominique Collins
Judge Ken Molberg
Judge Eric V. Moyé
Victoria Neave for State Representative, District 107
Democracy Toolbox

No matter which Democratic candidate you’re rooting for, join hundreds of Dallas Democrats as we watch the first debate of the Democratic Party’s 2016 presidential contenders.

The first debate takes place in Nevada, and we’ll watch from the Angelika Film Center Dallas, conveniently located at Mockingbird Station, with plenty of public parking and on the DART line.
Thanks to our hosts, the event is free to attend. Registration is required to help us track attendee count, in case we need to rent a larger or additional theater. Click here to register.

Set out your Democratic T-shirts and flare, and make plans to join us:

Tuesday, October 13, 2015 from 7:30 PM to 10:00 PM
Angelika Film Center, 5321 East Mockingbird Lane, Dallas 75206

If you’re on Facebook, here’s our Facebook event to share.

Election This November 3, 2015
On Tuesday, November 3, 2015, we can all vote on seven proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution. You can find the ballot language and explanations at http://votetexas.gov/november-3-2015-constitutional-amendment-election-explanatory-statements

As always, we need more election clerks to help hold this election, especially bilingual ones, as well as some Alternate Election Judges and a few Election Judges. You can read more about the tasks and requirements, and find a link to the application, at http://www.dallasdemocrats.org/elections/election-worker-registry.html

Filing for the 2016 Primary
Candidates for Precinct Chair can’t file for the 2016 Democratic Primary until NEXT Tuesday, September 15, 2015. Candidates for public office can’t file until Saturday, November 14, 2014. Filing ends for candidates for both Precinct Chair and for public office on Monday, December 14, 2015, and is set by law to end at 6 PM.

Note to Precinct Chairs and candidates for Precinct Chair:
the current term will end twenty days after the 2016 Primary Runoff. If you want to be elected to the next two-year term, you will need to file for the Primary ballot beginning NEXT TUESDAY. You can find a link to the form and more information about Precinct Chairs at this page:

http://www.dallasdemocrats.org/about/precinct-chairs.html

Find more information about running for public office and links to forms for filing for the primary, filing of campaign treasurers, filing fees, and to the petition forms that candidates for JP and Judge have to get voters to sign to get on the primary ballot (or that other candidates can use to avoid paying filing fees), at http://www.dallasdemocrats.org/elections/election-facts.html

Upcoming Events and Meetings
(For the latest updates on local events, and links to more info about these, check out the DallasDemocrats on Facebook and Twitter, and the DCDP website Calendar. To add an event or make a change or correction, contact the party office or email the editor: BillHowellDCDP AT Yahoo.com.)

Tuesday, September 8:
Campaign Kickoff and Fundraiser for Victoria Neave for State Representative
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For House District 107. Complimentary Wine and Appetizers. To be recognized as a name sponsor, please click here: https://act.myngp.com/Forms/1896279994802440192 You can also email us to Info AT VictoriaforTexas.com with your pledge and sponsorship level. A donation is not required, but we would greatly appreciate a minimum contribution of $50. (5:30 pm – 8:30 pm, Times Ten Cellars Too, 2018 Kidwell St., Dallas 75218)

Drinking Liberally Addison — (5:30 pm, The Londoner, 14930 Midway Rd, Addison)

Dallas County Young Democrats — (6:30 pm, Sue Ellen’s, 3903 Cedar Springs Rd, Dallas 75219)

Drinking Liberally Lewisville — (6:30 PM, Tierneys Cafe and Tavern, 208 E Main St., Lewisville 75077)

Irving Democratic Club — (7 PM, Senter Park East, 228 Chamberlain, Irving)

Dallas Drinking Liberally — (7:30 pm, Uptown Pub, 3605 McKinney Ave, Dallas)

Thursday, September 10:
Re-election Reception for Judge Ken Molberg
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95th Civil District Court. Beverages & Appetizers. Complimentary Valet Parking. Sponsor Levels: Platinum $5000, Gold $2500, Silver $1000, Bronze $500, Copper $250. To be recognized, RSVP with your pledge by Wednesday September 9. Donate online at https://plasso.co/s/3gCqpDRWf2 or bring your donation to the event. RSVP by email to JudgeMolberg AT gmail.com. (6 – 8 PM, Home of Carmen Mitchell, 3865 W. Bay Circle, Dallas 75214)

Preston Hollow Democrats —
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Mike Collier, our 2014 Comptroller candidate, will provide an overview of the 84th Legislature in terms of our State’s fiscal policies and budget. (6:00 p.m., Preston Royal Library Auditorium, 5626 Royal Lane, Dallas 75229)

Coppell Drinking Liberally — (6:30 pm, Esparza’s Restaurante Mexicano, 817 S. MacArthur Blvd. #125, Coppell)

Garland Area Democratic Club — (7:00 pm, Garland Women’s Activities Building, 713 Austin St. [at Glenbrook], Garland)

Friday, September 11:
Collin County Drinking Liberally — (6:30 PM, The Rugby House Pub, 8604 Preston Rd ste 100 Plano 75024)

Saturday, September 12:
Dallas County East Democrats Coffee Social — (8 am – 10 am, Every Saturday at Panera Bread, 18641 Lyndon B Johnson Fwy, Mesquite 75150)

Block-walk for Victoria Neave — for State Rep. 107. Please click on the link to select the shifts during which you can Volunteer for Victoria: https://act.myngp.com/Forms/8957361260565956608 (9 AM – 12, 1 – 4 PM)

Fort Worth Chorizo and Menudo Community Breakfast — (9:00 am, Nuevo Leon Restaurant, 1544 Ellis Ave., Fort Worth 76164)

Kaufman County Democratic Party — (10:00 am, Office of Dan Wood, Jr., Brin Opera House Bldg., 102 E. Moore Ave., Suite 212, Terrell 75160)

Mexican American Democrats of Texas – Dallas CAUSA Chapter — (11:00 am, 2223 W. Jefferson, Dallas 75208)

Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson Community Appreciation Day —
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Health Screenings, Live Music, Food, Special Recognitions. To celebrate all the people who make District 30 great. (11 AM – 2 PM, Virginia Weaver Park, 631 Somerset Dr., Cedar Hill

Campaign Kick-Off for Barbara Mallory Caraway — For Congressional District 30. RSVP at this page. (11:30 AM, Phillis Wheatley Elementary School, 2908 Metropolitan Ave, Dallas 75215)

Liberal Ladies Who Lunch Rockwall — Please RSVP by email to Susie Stansel at fairesrfun AT yahoo.com because we have limited seating. (Noon – 2 PM, Tatiano’s Italian Restaurant, 9401 Lakeview Parkway, Rowlett 75088)

Muslim Democratic Caucus of Dallas County — (2:30 pm, Kasbah Grill, 2851 Esters Rd., Irving 75062)

Sunday, September 13:
Block-walk for Victoria Neave — for State Rep. 107. Please click on the link to select the shifts during which you can Volunteer for Victoria: https://act.myngp.com/Forms/8957361260565956608 (9 AM – 12, 1 – 4 PM)

Texas Style Democratic Meet And Greet — Elected officials and 2016 candidates. Join Dallas County Democratic Precinct Chairs and friends. RSVP via email to vwalton77 AT yahoo.com or send text to 972-365-4669. (1 – 5 PM, Selena’s Event House, 2734 E. Ledbetter, Dallas 75216)

Monday, September 14:
Dallas Democratic Forum: Criminal Justice Reform in Texas with Sen. Royce West —
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RSVP by Thursday, September 10, by email to wdgriggs AT yahoo.com. Voicemail line: 214-855-7151. (11:30 am Registration/Buffet, 12:00 Noon Program, The Belo Mansion, 2101 Ross Avenue at Olive, Dallas 75201)

Dallas County Tejano Democrats — [Moved from Sept. 7.] (6:30 p.m., La Calle Doce Mexican Seafood Restaurant, 415 East 12th Street, Dallas 75208)

Metrocrest Democrats —
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Speaker will be former Judge John Creuzot. (7 PM, NewNew Buffet, 3822 Belt Line Rd. at southeast corner of Marsh Lane)

Tuesday, September 15:
Filing begins for Precinct Chairs for 2016 Primary. (9 AM – 5:30 PM, DCDP office, 4209 Parry at Fletcher, Dallas 75223)

Stonewall Democrats of Dallas — (6:30 pm, Ojeda’s Restaurant, 4617 Maple Ave., Dallas)

Collin County Young Democrats — (6:30 PM, Mexigo, 6205 Coit Road Ste 396, Plano 75024)

Wednesday, September 16:
WOW Dems “Its Too Hot to Cook!” Fundraiser —
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Menu includes: Bread and olive oil, House or Caesar Salad, Main course choice of chicken piccata, tilapia, pasta trio or pasta primavera. Includes pasta and veggies for chicken and fish dishes, Dessert, Soft drink/tea/coffee [BYOB] Tickets are $30.00 and can be purchased on ActBlue at http://bit.ly/wowdemsabocas. (6 PM, Aboca’s Italian Grill, Richardson Heights Village, 100 S. Central Expy. #63 [at Beltline], Richardson 75080)

Metrocrest Democrats GOP Presidential Debate Watch Party — On the Border has a happy hour lasting until 7 pm, and another one starts at 9 pm, so come early or stay late for a good deal. We will play GOP Debate Bingo and there will be prizes. $10 donation suggested. When CNN finalizes the schedule, we will let you know the details. (On the Border, 4855 Belt Line in Addison)

Saturday, September 19:
NAACP Garland 25th Freedom Fund Brunch — And Silent Auction. Keynote Speaker: Niambi Tillman FBI Assistant Special Agent in Charge. Brunch table: $450.00. Individual tickets: $45.00. For more information please contact Gwendolyn Daniels, Corporate Sponsorships Chairperson 972-381-5044 Box #5. (Silent Auction 9 AM, Brunch 10 AM, Hyatt Place Garland, 5101 George Bush Highway, Garland 75040)

Rockwall Democratic Monthly Breakfast — (9 – 11 am, Harry Myers Community Center, 815 East Washington, Rockwall 75087)

Dallas County East Democrats 5th Annual Casino Night —
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$25 Tickets (or sponsorships) on-line at https://sites.google.com/a/daced.org/daced/programs Sponsorship opportunities available. Contact Shannon Long 214-586-5856 or Barbara Rojas 214-718-9605. (7 PM, Courtyard by Marriott, 2300 I-30, Mesquite 75150)

Tuesday, September 22:
A Conversation with Hillary Rodham Clinton in support of Hillary for America — Contribution levels: $1,000, $2,700 (includes picture with Hillary). To contribute or RSVP go to: https://www.hillaryclinton.com/ticketed-events/conversation-hillary-sep-22-1/?raiser=112322 (Time [morning]to be determined, at the home of Marc and Wendy Stanley, Dallas, Address provided upon RSVP)

Wednesday, September 23:
Ribfest for Judge Eric V. Moye —
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14th Civil District Court. Barbecue & Beverages. (5:30 pm to 7:30 pm, 3400 Carlisle Ave., Suite 550, Dallas 75204)

Tuesday, September 29:
Dallas County Judicial Reception — Benefiting the Dallas County Democratic Party. Complimentary Beverages & Appetizers. Complimentary Valet Parking. See article above for sponsorship information. (5:30 – 7:30 pm, Lakewood Country Club, 1912 Abrams Road, Dallas 75214)

Thursday, October 1:
An evening with David K. Shipler — Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author of The Working Poor: Invisible in America and Freedom of Speech: Mightier Than the Sword. Presented by HP Kids Read. (7:30 PM, Highland Park High School Auditorium)

Saturday, October 3:
Collin County Democrats Ann Richards Gala —
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Joaquin Castro, US Congressman for the 20th District of Texas and Chief Deputy Whip for the House Democratic Leadership, will deliver the keynote speech. He will be joined on the podium by Mike Collier, Finance Co-Chair for the Texas Democratic Party. All proceeds go to support the Democratic Party of Collin County. For more information see http://www.collindemocrats.org/2015-ann-richards-dinner/ For tickets ($75) and sponsorships ($250 – $5000) see https://secure.actblue.com/contribute/page/annrichards (6:30 pm, Hilton Garden Inn, 705 Central Expressway S. [at Bethany], Allen 75013)

Monday, October 5:
Re-election Campaign Reception for Marc Veasey — Suggested Contributions: $2,700 – Sponsor, $1,000 – Host, $500 – Supporter, $250 – Friend. PAC Sponsorships: $5,000 – Sponsor, $2,500 – Co-Sponsor, $1,000 – Supporter. Contact us by email to RSVP at MarcVeasey.com or by phone at (817) 446-8222. (5:30 – 7:30 pm, Joe T. Garcia’s Restaurant, 2201 N. Commerce St., Fort Worth 76164)

Thursday, October 8:
State Representative Yvonne Davis Annual Fundraiser & Fashion Show —
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For more information call 972.274.1627. (6:30 PM, Edison’s, 1724 Cockrell Ave., Dallas 75215)

Tuesday, October 13:
First Democratic Presidential Debate Watch Party — Hosted by: Tax Assessor/Collector John R. Ames, Judge Phyllis Lister Brown, Judge Dominique Collins, Judge Ken Molberg, Judge Eric V. Moyé, Victoria Neave for State Representative District 107, and Democracy Toolbox. Thanks to our hosts, the event is free to attend. Registration is required to help us track attendee count, in case we need to rent a larger or additional theater. Register online at https://dallasdemsdebatewatch.eventbrite.com Facebook event page https://www.facebook.com/events/301469453310704 (7:30 PM to 10:00 PM, Angelika Film Center at Mockingbird Station, 5321 East Mockingbird Lane, Dallas 75206)

Saturday, October 31:
Incarceration Nation: Mass Incarceration & The New Jim Crow —
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Community Discussion with featured panelist State Representative Roberto Alonzo, District 104. Hosted by Justice League of Texas. (11 AM – 1 PM, Light of the World Family Life Center, 7408 S. Hampton Road, Dallas 75232)

Tuesday, November 3:
Constitutional Amendment Election — Seven proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution. See ballot language and explanatory statements at http://votetexas.gov/november-3-2015-constitutional-amendment-election-explanatory-statements (7 AM – 7 PM, local precinct polling places)

Saturday, November 14:
Filing begins for public office for 2016 Primary. (9 AM, DCDP office, 4209 Parry at Fletcher, Dallas 75223)

Monday, December 14:
Filing ends for 2016 Primary for public office and Precinct Chairs. The deadline is set by law for 6 PM. (9 AM – 6 PM, DCDP office, 4209 Parry at Fletcher, Dallas 75223)

Tuesday, March 1, 2016:
Democratic Primary — (7 AM – 7 PM, Local precinct polling places)

Saturday, March 19, 2016:
Senate District Conventions — (Various locations and times)

Thursday, June 16 through Saturday, June 18, 2016:
Texas Democratic Party State Convention — San Antonio

Monday, July 25 through Thursday, July 28, 2016:
Democratic National Convention — Philadelphia

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