Brazos County

Democratic Party

Webinar:
New Election Laws

Sponsors: The League of Women Voters of Texas, Texas Impact, and Texas LULAC

Time and date 12:00 p.m., Central Time

Register here in advance for this meeting. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

New election laws are in place for the March 1, 2022, primaries. This webinar will provide tips to help you understand some of the new laws that impact Texas voters.

BCDP CEC meeting
February 21 with Texas AG candidate Joe Jaworski

Time: 6:00 p.m.
Date: Monday, Februrary 21, 2022


Chair: Amy Alge


Zoom

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Meeting ID: 755 115 9107

Additional zoom information on BrazosDems.org.

Meeting ID: 854 9685 1572

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Redistricting: Most of Brazos County is now Congressional District 10

The demographics of the district have also changed. See this interactive map from Texas Tribune.

The Texas legislature has redrawn political maps. They new boundaries have been signed into law by Gov. Abbot.

Our new Congressional district looks more like a gerryllama than a gerrymander. It narrowly skirts between Austin and Round Rock and goes on to take a big chomp out of Lakeview on Lake Austin (west of Austin).

BCDP Headquarters location

307 S. Main, Suite 102

Bryan, Texas 77803

(979) 779-5600

BCDP Chair, Amy Alge