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Julie Oliver for Congress CD-25


Johnson County: Canvassing Blitz


Saturday, October 19
10 AM – 1 PM
Dwell Coffee
108 W Ellison St #101
Burleson, Texas 76028

Supporters are invited to Julie Oliver's first official Johnson County Canvassing Blitz. Volunteers will fan out to knock on doors, register voters, and meet local Democrats.

First-time canvassers are welcome. The morning starts with a quick training, and new canvassers are paired with experienced canvassers. This is a great opportunity to meet Julie Oliver, and really dig into the work of a grassroots campaign. Volunteers are working to mobilize and turn out historic numbers of Democratic voters.

TDWJC October Meeting


Julie Oliver, Congressional District 25

Saturday, October 19
3 – 4:30 PM
Antonio's Mexican Restaurant
344 SW Wilshire Blvd., Suite K
Burleson, Texas 76028

Special Guest Speaker: Julie Oliver, Congressional candidate for TX-25 and expert in healthcare finance. Come meet Julie and learn where she stands on the issues. Know your candidates so you can make an informed decision.

Chapter Business: Nominations for 2020 TDWJC Officers.

TDWJC T-shirts: Order at Bonfire: https://www.bonfire.com/texas-democratic-women-of-johnson-county/

Taco Tuesday!

Hosted by Isom's Morning Coffee

Tuesday, October 22
11 AM
Fuzzy's Taco Shop
125 East Renfro
Burleson, Texas 76028

Don't miss a chance to hang out with the Fact Based Left-Wing Mob. IMC's Taco Tuesday is the weekly meeting of regional Democrats to exchange news and views over tacos and (optional) margaritas. Come on over and pull up a chair! There's always room for one more.

Drinking Liberally


Friday, October 25
6:30 PM
Villa Dianna Italian Restaurant
2475 E Renfro St.
Burleson, Texas 76028

Tired of sitting at home screaming at the TV? Then you need to attend Drinking Liberally. This monthly get-together is a chance for Democrats from Johnson County and around the region to share news and views. Great food and great people. BYOB or enjoy your favorite nonalcoholic beverage. Wear your Democratic and Progressive shirts and buttons! We'll see you there.

Hosted by the
Johnson County Democratic Party

TDWJC Executive Board Meeting

Sunday, November 3

2 PM
1216 W Henderson St.
Cleburne, Texas 76033

The TDWJC Executive Board meets in Cleburne on the first Sunday of each month at 2 PM. All chapter members are welcome to attend Board meetings.

Texas Constitutional Amendment Election


Early Voting:
Monday, October 21 – Friday, November 1

Election Day
Tuesday, November 5

Texans will vote on 10 Proposed Constitutional Amendments. To help you decide how to vote, the League of Women Voters of Texas has posted arguments “For” and “Against” each amendment—see the guide at https://my.lwv.org/texas/election-information. To verify that you are registered to vote, go to https://teamrv-mvp.sos.texas.gov/MVP/mvp.do or simply Google “Am I Registered to Vote Texas.” You will find your election-day and early-voting locations listed at that same site.

Chisholm Trail Stonewall Democrats

Saturday, November 9
5 PM
Asian Buffet
1437 W Henderson St.
Cleburne, Texas 76033

Chisholm Trail Stonewall Democrats of Johnson County (CTSDJC), an official chapter of the Texas Stonewall Democratic Caucus, invites all Democratic stakeholders in the LGBTQ+ Community from Bosque, Ellis, Erath, Hill, Hood, Johnson, Navarro, Parker, and Somervell Counties to the chapter's regular meetings on the second Saturday of each month.

Monthly Social | Hosted by the Johnson County Democratic Party

Tuesday, November 12
6:30 PM
JN Long Cultural Arts Complex
425 Granbury St.
Cleburne, Texas 76033

The Johnson County Democratic Party (JCDP) meets on the second Tuesday of each month. Dinner is a potluck for a suggested donation of $10 (appreciated but not required). Come join us, meet people of like mind, and learn how we're working to Turn Texas Blue!

The River and the Wall


Available on Demand
Amazon Prime Video
Google Play

In The River and the Wall, directed by Texas native filmmaker Ben Masters, Ben and his crew navigate 1,200 miles of the border between the US and Mexico on horses, mountain bikes, and canoes. While partly an adventure tale, Ben's real purpose in The River and the Wall is to explore the wildlife across this complex and diverse terrain, and understand how it would be affected by Trump's proposed wall. The film provides a different layer to the debate raging from Washington, D.C., to McAllen and El Paso and beyond as Masters paddles, pedals, and rides his way through this issue.





Charting Texas Politics | Chris Tackett


Chris Tackett digs deeply into the corrosive effects of Dark Money in Texas Politics. His work is revealing how a few wealthy individuals are buying politicians and political races, gathering influence and power, and spending millions to advance their own self-serving agendas.

Learn about Chris and "The Project" at his site, Charting Texas Politics.

The issue of Dark Money buying politicians affects us all, no matter where we fall on the political spectrum. All are invited and urged to look at the data Chris has compiled and learn about this threat to democracy. Know where your Texas State Senator and Representative get their money. See who they really represent.

TDWJC General Meetings

Every 3rd Saturday
Gathering - 2:45 p.m.
Meeting & Program - 3:00 p.m.
(Those wishing to eat, please come a little early,
or stay after the meeting.)


Antonio's Mexican Restaurant
(In the Party Room)
344 SW Wilshire Blvd, Ste K
Burleson, Texas 76028