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Events for July 29, 2021
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City of Bedford Special Election The City of Bedford will hold a Special Election on Saturday, August 7, 2021 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. to fill the vacancy in Place 4 of the City Council. The Election Day polling place is the Bedford Public Library at 2424 Forest Ridge Drive. Early voting will be […]Find out more »
The Poor People's Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival, the Texas Poor People's Campaign and our partners* invite you for a Georgetown-to-Austin Moral March for Democracy culminating in a Rally at the Texas State Capitol on Saturday, July 31 @ 10am CT We demand Congress act now to stop attacks on democracy: End the […]Find out more »
Texas Civil Rights Project: Join us for a one hour training session on how to identify Communities of Interest and map them using Districtr. Registration is on a first-come-first-serve basis and will be capped at 10 participants! Register now before spots run out! https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcsceytrTsvEte5wK-dDgyZrC-A0dOe64U7 *Mapping Sessions will be recorded. Please choose only one meeting to […]Find out more »
Quad Cities Democrats: Join us for our July coffee social and our special guest, Gwenn Burud. Gwenn is a 13-year Deaf Student Educator in the Fort Worth school district, and will speak about her perspective on the state of Special Needs Student Public Education in Texas. We will also have updates on our bylaws draft […]Find out more »
City of Fort Worth: Join us at our summer open houses and find out about important issues like: A list of the 2022 Bond Election proposed projects. Learn about redistricting software and the timeline for this important issue. How we put together the 2022 city budget. Information on city services and how you can stay involved […]Find out more »
Our Revolution North Texas: Join us on Thursday, July 29 as we demand that our elected representatives listen to the will of the people who elected them and support Medicare for All! Guest Speakers to be announced soon! Co-hosted by: Our Revolution North Texas Texas Organizing Project DSA North Texas Texas Equal Access Fund YALL: Young […]Find out more »
Texas Democratic Party: Are you a Texas Dem thinking about running for office in the upcoming November election or in 2022? Join the Texas Democratic Party, Annie's List, and the Coalition of Black Democrats for this Candidate Info Session! You'll hear from the Texas Democratic Party and elected officials about how to get started and what […]Find out more »
City of Fort Worth: Fort Worth Water is hosting a virtual community design meeting to talk about the replacement of existing sewer and water mains in north Fort Worth. This will impact 28th Street, Prospect Avenue, Loraine Street, Gould Avenue, Pearl Avenue, Angle Avenue and several alleys. Join in the discussion at 6 p.m. Thursday, […]Find out more »
City of Arlington: Newly elected Arlington City Council District 3 Representative Nikkie Hunter will host a town hall at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, July 29, 2021, to introduce herself and Chief of Police Al Jones to the constituents in her district. The meeting will be held at the Bob Duncan Center, 2800 S. Center St. Chief Jones […]Find out more »