Inside This Issue:
- Run-Off Elections Underway Now for Harris County
- Candidate Filing In-Progress in Harris County for 2022 Primary
- Check Out our Current Coordinated Campaign Supporters
- Infrastructure Plan Set to Benefit Texas in A Big Way
- CEC Meeting Scheduled Dec. 14
- Learn About the County’s New Voting Machines
- Action Alert: Upcoming Phone Banks
- Action Alert: Upcoming Block Walks
- Action Alert: Upcoming Text Banks
- For Our Precinct Chairs
- Help Support HCDP Through Our Membership Program
- Harris County Democratic Clubs & Orgs, Senate District Chairs Gear Up for 2022
Run-Off Elections Underway Now for Harris County
School boards impact our communities from quality of life to what the future of education looks like. The runoff elections include some important school board elections in Harris County.
Join us to get out the vote for Sue Dimenn Deigaard - HISD Trustee District V, Holly Flynn Vilaseca - HISD Trustee District VI, Elizabeth Santos - HISD Trustee District 1, and Anne Sung, HISD Trustee District VII.
Head to the polls! Early voting has begun and runs through Dec. 7, with Election Day on Dec. 11.
Candidate Filing In-Progress in Harris County for 2022 Primary
There’s still time to file for the March 2022 Primary Election. Filing period in Texas runs through Dec. 13, 2021. We need more leaders to step up, to organize and to help drive positive change. Learn about becoming a candidate, find out who has already filed, and catch up on important deadlines.
Check Out our Current Coordinated Campaign Supporters
The 2022 Primary Coordinated Campaign's grassroots infrastructure spans neighborhoods throughout Harris County, reaching and energizing local voters to cast their ballots for Democrats up and down the ticket.
Join the Coordinated Campaign today and capture the attention of a larger audience! To learn more, please contact our Candidate Coordinator Allure Anoma. Email: email@example.com
Check out our current Coordinated Campaign supporters for the 2022 Primary!
Infrastructure Plan Set to Benefit Texas in A Big Way
President Biden signed legislation in mid-November called the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.
The Infrastructure Plan will create jobs and boost our economy. It will help millions of Texans by unlocking much-needed funds for transportation, broadband and utilities.
CEC Meeting Scheduled Dec. 14
The Q4 CEC meeting will take place on Tuesday, December 14th at 7:00pm.
CEC members can sign up for the Zoom webinar. Non-members can join us via Youtube livestream.
Learn About the County’s New Voting Machines
Learn about the new voting machines in Harris County before you vote in the Dec. 11 Runoff Election.
We have overview videos in Spanish and in English.
Action Alert: Upcoming Phone Banks
HCDP Phonebank for Elizabeth Santos
12/7 from 3-5pm
HCDP Phonebank for Holly Vilaseca
12/9 from 5-7pm
All Day GOTV Phonebank on Election Day
12/11 with shifts every 2 hours, starting at 10am until 6pm
Action Alert: Upcoming Block Walks
HISD Runoff Election Day of Action
12/4 at 9:30am
HCDP Canvass for Sue Deigaard
12/4 at 9:30am
Anne Sung Saturday Canvass
12/4 and 12/11 at 9:30am
Spring Branch Community Block Walk with Swing TX Left
12/4 at 9:30am
Anne Sung Sunday Canvass
12/5 at 2pm
HCDP Canvass for Holly Vilaseca
12/11 at 10:30am
Action Alert: Upcoming Text Banks
Anne Sung Text Bank
Elizabeth Santos Text Bank
Sue Deigaard Text Bank
Holly Vilaseca Text Bank
For Our Precinct Chairs
Precinct Chair Filing Period: The Texas Secretary of State has announced the filing period for precinct chairs will open on Saturday, January 15, 2022, and will end at 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, February 12, 2022. The election for the office of precinct chair will occur on May 24, 2022, and there will be no runoff election for this office. Texas SB 13 provides that precinct chairs will be elected by plurality vote in 2022. This means that the candidate who receives the most votes will be elected to the office of precinct chair, and there will be no runoff election for this office.
Proposed Precinct Maps: The Harris County Attorney has released its proposed Precinct Maps. It appears that Precincts are being adjusted if they are smaller than 100 voters or larger than 5,000 voters. The proposed changes to Harris County election precinct boundaries are reflected in the mapping documents below.
View the full map reflecting the proposed new boundaries, or click the files numbered by precinct to view a map reflecting the proposed new boundary for each county election precinct.
The Harris County Commissioners Court meeting to consider and adopt proposed changes to the county election precinct boundaries will be held on Tuesday, December 14, at 10:00 a.m. at 1001 Preston Street, Suite 934, Houston, TX 77002.
Help Support HCDP Through Our Membership Program
Work by the Harris County Democratic Party is supported through our membership program.
- Friend of HCDP - $10 a month
- Ally of HCDP - $15 a month
- Activist of HCDP - $30 a month
- Advocate of HCDP - $60 a month
- Champion of HCDP - $125 a month
Sustaining members who donate a regular monthly or annual amount allow us to underwrite our day-to-day operations. This is how we pay our staff. This is how we support Democratic candidates. This is how we fund our voter outreach.
This is how we help elect more Democrats to office.
Harris County Democratic Clubs & Orgs, Senate District Chairs Gear Up for 2022
HCDP played host to representatives from Democratic Clubs and Organizations, as well as Senate District Chairs, from across the county last week at headquarters. The groups gathered to share best practices and map out increased coordination plans prior to the March 2022 Primary Election.
Join a Democratic Club or Organization near you! Your involvement in our elections matters!