We work to elect Democrats, and those who share our Democratic values, through voter outreach efforts including voter registration drives, block walking, mailer campaigns, online ads, phone banking, sponsoring rallies and events, and more. You can help sustain and expand these activities. If you want to see more Democrats elected in Brazos County, volunteer or donate today!

Debate Watch Party

Date: Tues., Oct 15, 2019

Time: 7:00–10:00 p.m.

Location: Cafe Eccell, 4401 Texas Ave., Bryan 77802

Biannual Household Hazardous Waste

Date: Sat., October 19, 2019

Time: 7:00 a.m.–2:00 .p.m.

Location: University Services Bldg, Enter Highway 30/ Harvey Rd. betweens Veterans Park and Copperfield Pkwy.

Items accepted

Books and a Blanket , a nonprofit promoting literacy, will be collecting books and blankets.


BCDP general meeting

Date: Mon., October 21, 2019

Time: 5:30 p.m

Location: Square One Event Center, 211 W. Wm Joel Bryan, Bryan 77803

All welcome.

First day of early voting, 10/21

Date: Mon., October 21, 2019

Hours and locations at Brazos Votes.

Brazos Dems fundraiser Nov. 4

Hinojosa and Garcia, Headine speakers

The Brazos County Democratic Party is excited to invite you to a fundraiser, Road to Victory, to prepare for the 2020 election. With a successful fundraiser this November, we can focus our efforts in 2020 on supporting Democratic candidates and getting out the vote. This event will take place one year before the 2020 elections. Our guest speakers are Gilberto Hinojosa, Chair of the Texas Democratic Party, and Manny Garcia, Executive Director of the Texas Democratic Party, who will inspire us to get out the vote.

You will be able to order from a menu of rosemary chicken pasta, blackened flounder, or a vegan/vegetarian meal when you arrive. Dinner also includes one drink ticket. Tickets $75. We will also have a silent auction.

Please click to purchase tickets through Act Blue. If you wish to mail a check, please send it to Brazos County Democratic Party, PO Box 3232, Bryan TX 77805.

SUV crashes into BCDP HQ, October 7, 2019

On the morning of Monday, October 7, an SUV crashed through the wall of Brazos County Democratic Party Headquarters. Raul Castillo, staffing the office at the time, narrowly escaped injury. The passenger sustained minor injuries. The crash is under investigation. The cause has variously been described as a stuck accelerator or driver error. The driver was not cited.

Compiled calendar of local organiza-tions with goals complementary to those of the Democratic Party.

Brazos County Democratic Party Headquarters