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Today in Texas History - February 15

From the Annals of the People (or at least some of the People) –  In 1876, citizens of Texas (and by that Red means white men and some Hispanics) adopted the Constitution of 1876. 113 more words

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DNC Forum Houston Liveblog - Gilberto Hinojosa

Gilberto Hinojosa
Chairman, Texas Democratic Party

Trump is a minority president, not in way most of us use word minority.
Trump is a minority president because majority of people in this country didn’t vote for the SOB. 69 more words

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Today in Texas History - July 27

From the Annals of Voting Rights –   In 1940, Lonnie Smith, an African-American dentist from Houston, was denied a ballot to vote in a Democratic primary because of his race.  198 more words

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Texans Play Small Role at the Democratic National Convention

Texas delegates do not play a large role at either of the two major party conventions under the current political state of affairs.  The Republicans pay scant attention to Texas because it is currently the reddest of the red states.  282 more words

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I am proud to announce that I am running for the SDEC Representing Senate District 24

Friends,

I am proud to announce that I have decided to run for the State Democratic Executive Committee (Committeeman) Position Representing Senate District 24 at the Texas Democratic Convention in June. 262 more words

Endorsement for Texas Senate District 24

There is not a single doubt in my mind when I say that my personal choice and the voice we need in the Texas Senate representing Senate District 24 is: Jennie Lou Leeder. 720 more words

Dawson Hicks