Texas Young Democrats will hold our next State Committee meeting in Galveston on October 12. Join us! All Texas Young Democrats are welcome.
RSVP at http://bit.ly/TYDFall2013 now!
Every Executive Committee member and chapter president receives a vote during the business portion of the meeting. It's vitally important that as many members as possible join in the conversation and training because 2014 is set to be one of the biggest years in TYD history.
Moody Gardens Hotel
Hope Blvd, Galveston, Texas
October 12, 2013
3 - 4 pm State Committee Business Meeting
4 - 5 pm Training
5 - 6 pm 2014 Roundtable Discussion
Texas Young Democrats President John Canales Gorczynski is excited to announce the appointment of four new leadership positions. Monique Diaz Pfullmann is appointed as the new Press Secretary, Celia Morgan as Parliamentarian, Jorge Gamez as Hispanic Outreach Chair, and Katie Perkins Clark as Community Service Director. For the complete story visit the Texas Young Democrats Facebook page.
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Wow. What an incredible 24 hours to be a Democrat.
Yesterday, Sen. Wendy Davis (D-Fort Worth) held her ground filibustering for over 10 hours before Republicans attempted to silence opposition. This morning, as most people were hearing the good news from Austin, we also learned that the Supreme Court overruled DOMA and Prop 8—making a historic step forward in the march to equality.
Texas Young Democrats know that we must remain vigilant. Governor Perry just called an additional special session and marriage discrimination is still the official policy of the Lone Star state.
You can keep this momentum going and develop the next generation of Democratic activists by donating to Texas Young Democrats.