BCDP General and CEC meeting

Date: Monday, September 21, 2020

Time: 5:30 p.m.

Register for Zoom meeting

Sample ballot posted

The 2020 Brazos County general election sample ballot has been posted on Brazos Votes.

Campaign signs

Some campaign signs are available at Brazos County Democratic Party Headquarters, 307 S. Main Street (southeast corner of 28th St. and Main St. across from Sale Park).

The office is staffed by volunteers, so please call (979) 779-5600 to verify the office is open.

  • Biden/Harris and MJ Hegar (two-sided) yard signs ($5 each),

  • Large 4 x 8-foot signs, $35

(Charge for these signs is to reimburse BCDP for purchase.)

Other signs

  • Rick Kennedy (US Congress)

  • Janet Dudding (Texas House)

  • Kathy Cheng (Texas Supreme Court)

  • coming soon! Freddie Medina (County Attorney)

  • Bumper stickers, $1

  • Jane Sherman (County Commissioner) signs are available at her drop-in meet and greets

Sat., September 19. 6:00–8:00 p.m. Voting Pct 11
Sun., September 20, 6:00–8:00 p.m. Voting Pct 27

Two coordinated campaign events this weekend

Voter registration door hangers

We have 20,000 doorhangers with a voter registration form to be completed and mailed to register to vote. We will be blanketing student apartment complexes with these doorhangers starting on Saturday. Sign up for a shift here, If one of the times doesn't work, we can get you the amount of doorhangers needed for a specific apartment complex.

Phonebank (with a dialer?)

Phonebanking is the hardest, but most impactful volunteer action to get Democrats out to vote. If we get 25+ signups for a phonebank from 12:002:00 p.m. on Sat., Sept. 19., you will have access to an automated dialer,, enabling callers to have many more conversations with voters in a volunteer shift. You can sign up here for this massive phonebank!

Brazos County Leans Left

Brazos County Leans Left calendar is a constantly updated compilation of events of Democratic candidates, Brazos County Democratic Party, and kindred organizations.

Mobilize calendar

Mobilize is a statewide calendar of phone banking and other volunteer opportunities and other events, such was town halls. eLss than 50 days from Election Day, now is the critical time that contacting voters can make a difference. You can phone bank from the comfort of your home phone. You can spend two hours on a Saturday morning hanging voter registration and candidate literature on doors. A second voter-registration push in College Station is about to begin. Join a virtual letter-writing campaign.

Volunteer opportunities week of September 21

Phone banking

Virtual phone banking for Janet Dudding, candidate for Texas House District 14

After signing up, you will receive a link to a Zoom meeting. After a brief training, phone bankers will access their lists of voters and a script. We will meet virtually in Zoom at 8:00 p.m. Call from anywhere.

Postcard writing

Postcard writing from anywhere for Janet Dudding, candidate for Texas House

People READ handwritten postcards!

Packs of 50 postcards and scripts available for pickup/dropoff outside the home of Janet Dudding, 811 N Rosemary Dr., Bryan! Your help needed and appreciated!

Drop-in Meet-and-Greets with Jane Sherman, candidate, County Commissioner

Sun., September 26, 9:30–11:30 a.m. Voting precinct 63

Host: Shona Jackson, 3810 Park Hampton Dr., Bryan (map)

Sat., September 26. 6:00–8:00 p.m. Voting precinct 21

Host: Ryan Young, Hensel Park, College Station , (map)

Literature drop block walks in targeted neighborhoods

Time: 8:00 a.m.

Dates:

Sat., Sept. 19, 2020

Sat. Sept. 26, 2020

Location: Parking lot, BCDP HQ, 307 S. Main St., Bryan 77803

Yes! An excuse to get out of the house and to be productive! Meet at BCDP HQ for a literature drop blockwalk (no door knocking) in Democratic-leaning neighborhoods. We will leave voter registration cards and an information sheet in door hangers. An early early to avoid the heat of the day.

Wear a hat, bring a fully charged cell phone, wear a face covering, bring a hat, use sunscreen, bring plenty of water. If you would like to volunteer, email brazosdems@brazosdems.org with Blockwalk as the subject.

Sign up for literature drop

Other volunteer opportunities week of September 21

Brazos Valley Coordinated Campaign phone banking

Sign up for the Texas Democratic Party weekly Coordinated Campaign phone bank, Saturdays,12–2 p.m.

If you have any questions, email Texas Democratic Party organizer Prerna Baht pbhat@txdemocrats.org or text at 512-289-0221!.

Democrats stand for

Democrats stand for hope, equal opportunity, and fair play. These are the values Texans share in our personal lives and the values we expect to define our economic and social policies. Texas Democrats are building a better state and a stronger nation where those who work hard and play by the rule can achieve their American dream.

We believe—

  • In equal opportunity for all citizens

  • In rewarding honest, hard work with a living wage and in a tax system that is fair.

  • In family values that are more than a political slogan.

  • In quality education that gives all citizens the opportunity to reach their potential.

  • In freedoom from government interference in our private lives and personal decisions.

  • That individual strengths in our diverse population are a benefit.

  • In security in our homes and safety on our streets. Criminals should face swift and certain punishment.

  • In separation of Church and State to preserve the freedom to pursue our beliefs.

  • In a strong United States—morally, economically, and militarily.

  • In common-sense reforms that give us cleaner and safer air and water

Democratic Party

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.

BCDP Headquarters