We have a new office in Killeen. Beginning April 8, the Bell County Democrats office in Killeen will begin registering voters, phone banking, volunteer recruitment, provide election and candidate information, and other get out the vote activities.
I thank the Killeen Exchange Club for hosting the forum and for the fabulous pen set we received. Thanks to Natalie Stewart from Killeen Daily Herald for covering the story and to Bryan Correira for the great photos. It is an honor to speak on behalf of Bell County Democrats.
The article was front and center in the OUR TEXAS section on page A5. Your comments are welcome and encouraged.
- You are or will be 65 years of age on election day or,
- Will be out of Bell County during the entire Early Voting period and on Election Day or,
- Have a disability (as defined by you) or,
- Confined to a jail.
Seniors and the disabled will be able to complete a single application for all . . .
Louie has been given a chance to be interviewed on a radio/internet station our of Chicago run by my son W.C. Turck on his show "Revolution and Beer". We must encourage him since the station can be accessed as que4.org here in Central Texas and around the world by Ft. Hood soldiers . Getting him on for free and getting his ideas on the air will be a big help in his campaign. His campaigne manager has been a little reluctant for this. I encourage all members to urge Louie to do this.
Bell County Democrats monthly meeting has moved from the third Thursday to the third Saturday of the month at 12 noon. Meetings are at the same location; Bell County Agri-Life Building, 1605 N. Main Street, Belton. We hope to see you at our next meeting, Saturday, January 18 at 12 noon.
As I watch all of the news coverage of that terrible day fifty years ago---when President John F.
As I sit here today, on the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F.
Texas Republicans continue to stall for time and block any attempt at passing comprehensive immigration reform this year. It is a critical moment in the fight for immigration reform and we need to show that our party supports this legislation.
The SDEC passed a measure that any proposed referenda that receives 50,000 petition signatures will be placed on the primary ballot. There are 19 referenda questions passed by the SDEC that highlight our Democratic values. Please sign the petition for those referenda you wish to see on the 2014 primary ballot.