ICYMI: Across the state, Texas Democrats are holding trainings and opening offices to train and organize voters
In East Texas, West Texas, South Texas, Texas Democrats Train Over 500 Texans
AUSTIN, Texas— Over the past two weeks, Texas Democrats have held trainings and office openings across the state — through summits in East Texas, West Texas and South Texas — forming more than 500 Texans. At the summits, Texas Democrats trained county presidents and Democratic activists to organize local communities and inspire their friends, families and neighbors to vote for Democrats in November’s election.
- A summit in East Texas to rally and energize volunteers in the Tyler area, as well as the opening of a TDP field office in Long-term vision
- A summit in West Texas discuss engaging and training rural democrats;
- A workshop in south texas train Democratic county chairmen in communication tools, coordinated campaigns, and their statutory and political roles and responsibilities;
- The Arena Academy and the Summit of Austin to unite, connect and support the next generation of campaign managers and staff to strategize around the progressive causes that will define the 2022 midterm elections.
“There are Democrats in every corner of this state — and it’s our party’s job to reach out to them to help them organize their communities to support Democrats up and down the ballot,” said Jamarr Brown, co-executive director of the Democratic Party of Texas. “That’s why we’re not just about winning the ‘blue dots’ – we’re going to keep fighting until we’ve mobilized all the support we can, in urban, suburban and rural areas of Texas. Events like the ones we’ve held in recent weeks across the state are a demonstration of that commitment.