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Justice Zooming to Texas

 July 10, 2020, 6:30 p.m.

Democratic Women of Comal County will host a virtual meeting with the four Texas Supreme Court candidates and the candidate for the Third District Court of Appeals, all of whom will join the meeting. 

Special interests have little to worry about in the Texas Courts, which are packed with Republican judges. Currently all judges on the Texas Supreme Court are Republicans, but we can start to turn that around in November.  

Four courageous, intelligent women are running for the four open seats on the Supreme Court. They are all Democrats, and they will be at the DWCC virtual meeting on July 10, 6:30 p.m. Tune in and hear from Judge Amy Clark Meachum, candidate for Chief Justice, and Justice candidates Atty. Kathy Cheng, Judge Staci Williams, and Judge Gisela Triana. We will also hear from Judge Darlene Byrne, who is runnning for Chief Justice of the Third District Court of Appeals, which has jurisdiction over Comal County. These races are vitally important to justice in Texas, and these women are fascinating. This is history!

Please send an email to dwcomalco@yahoo.com for an invitation and instructions about joining the Zoom meeting. All are welcome.


Starting a top left – Supreme Court candidates Judge Staci Williams, Judge Gisela Triana and Attorney Kathy Cheng; candidate for Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Judge Amy Clark Meachum; candidate for the Third District Court of Appeals, Judge Darlene Bryne.

Just a reminder that early voting ends Friday, July 10.

Election day is Tuesday, July 14.

Election Information

City of Kerrville – rescheduled to Tuesday, November 3  

There are three Council seats up for election: Mayor, Place 3, and Place 4 This is a non-partisan election.

Primary Runoff – rescheduled to Tuesday, July 14.

The Democratic Party Primary Runoff is critical, as it decides the candidate for U.S. Senator.

The two candidates are M. J. Hegar and Royce West.  

In the runoff for Railroad Commissioner are Chrysta Castanedo and Roberto Alonzo. 

The Office of the Texas Secretary of State Elections Division is working on a new calendar of dates for the rescheduled elections.

Democratic Events

Around the Hill Country 

Please refer to websites and other contact information

for updates on area activities.

Kerr County Democratic Party

Go to kerrcountydemocrats.org to learn about Democratic activities in Kerr County.

To receive emails from the  Kerr County Democratic Party, email Barbara Veldhuizen at barbara4kerrdems@gmail.com and ask her to add you to her list.

Bandera County Democratic Club

Monthly Meetings on the 2nd Saturday of each month at the Bandera Electric Co-op Building Meeting Room on Highway 16 north of Bandera. Potluck at 11:30 a.m.; meeting at 2 p.m. Sundays, 10 a.m. at Mendoza’s in Bandera, 680 State Highway 16S

For information, write Eloise Clayton at ekc@att,net.

Chair of the Bandera County Democratic Party: Lynn Oliver, 210-687-9701

Gillespie County Democrats

GCDA meets the 3rd Wednesday of every month, 6:30 p.m. at the Gillespie County Democratic Party Headquarters, 209 N. Crockett, Suite 1, Fredericksburg 

For information, go to gillespiedemocrats.org.

Democratic Women of Comal County

Join DWCC for a monthly meeting:

   2nd Friday of every month, 10:30 a.m.-noon, Tye Preston Memorial Library, Canyon Lake

   3rd Monday of every month, 6:30-7:30 p.m., New Braunfels Public Library, New Braunfels

   3rd Wednesday of every month, 6:30-7:30 p.m., Mammen Family Public Library, Bulverde

Visit democraticwomenofcomalcounty.com for more information.

Medina County Democrats

Medina County Democrats meet the third Tuesday of each month, 6 p.m. at Braden Keller Center in Castroville.

www.medinademocrats.org https://www.facebook.com/MedinaCountyTXDemocrats