Caldwell County Democratic Party

The Caldwell County Democratic Party believes that change begins at home. We are committed to fighting for civil rights, healthcare, education, the environment and more. Help us build a more inclusive Democratic county, state and nation.

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Become a Volunteer Deputy Registrar- Time to register new Voters!

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Volunteer Deputy Registrar (VDR) training classes for the 2023 -2024 term will begin January 10, 2023. Option 1: In-Person Class In person training will be held at the Elections Department, located at 1403 Blackjack St. Lockhart, TX 78644. Each class has a capacity of 10 participants, and you must register for a spot at least 24 hours prior to the class by emailing electionsadmin@co.caldwell.tx.us, calling (512) 668-4347, or register online. Important Notes: § Classes are approximately 45 - 60 minutes

Become a precinct chair and help us turn Caldwell County Blue.

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Caldwell County Democrat meeting- Wednesday, Feb 8 at 6 pm at the First Lockhart National Bank Community Room. The Caldwell County Democrats will be working with Cynthia Hinojosa of Boots on the Ground in 2023. We need Precinct Chairs! Many of our precincts in Caldwell County do not have chairs. The Precinct Chair is a publicly elected party official, elected by the Democratic voters in a precinct each primary (March of even-numbered years) to a two-year term. Precinct Chairs must be registered to vote in their precincts, cannot have voted in the last Republican primary, must have voted in the Democratic primary, cannot endorse another party candidate in a race where a Democrat is on the ballot, must be at least 18 years of age, and otherwise eligible to hold elective office in the state of Texas.

The 88th Texas legislature - Current News and how to advocate and Speak UP!

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From State Senator Zaffirini: I will continue to prioritize meeting the needs and interests of Senate District 21, including by helping to secure adequate funding for our public schools and teachers; promoting access, affordability, and excellence in higher education; creating jobs and developing our infrastructure; enhancing access to health care; preserving our environment and alleviating climate change; and ensuring access to justice for all Texans. If you are interested in receiving frequent updates, please follow my Facebook page, Judith Zaffirini, State Senator. To see a list of current bills filed, visit Texas Legislature Online. ******************************