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Hays County Democrats were well represented at the Texas Democratic Party’s state convention, with 235 registered delegates spread among Texas Senate District 21 and Senate District 25.
We stand in solidarity with those protestors who are peacefully expressing their outrage over the cruel and unjust death of George Floyd at the hands of police officers in Minneapolis. We all are angry about the continued use of excessive…
The all-Republican Texas Supreme Court ruled on May 27 that the risk of contracting COVID-19 is not considered a "disability" under the state’s qualifications for voting by mail. The court, however, also wrote that it's up to voters…
A federal judge granted a preliminary injunction on May 19 to allow all registered voters in Texas to apply to vote by mail.
As the Texas Tribune reported on May 14, "A state appeals court upheld a temporary order from a state district judge that could greatly expand the number of voters who qualify for mail-in ballots during the coronavirus pandemic, rebuffing…
HCDP will co-host the May 20 virtual forum for the Texas Railroad Commissioner race.
Democrats in Hays County collectively submitted 13 resolutions for consideration at the 2020 Hays County Democratic Party convention in March.