Time to get ready for 2024. Get involved. Become a precinct chair!

The Red Tsunami predicted across the country didn't happen, but Texas is still firmly Red. We have a start in Caldwell County. As county chair Alfredo Muñoz said, "Let's not lose our momentum. The race is to turn Caldwell Blue and we'll need everyone one. "

A big Thank You to all who helped: registering voters, block walking, working the polls, phone banking, manning the HQ, writing postcards, putting up signs, donating money and more. We'll need even more help in 2024.

We need Precinct Chairs!

Many of our precincts in Caldwell County do not have chairs.

The Precinct Chair is a publicly elected party official, elected by the Democratic voters in a precinct each primary (March of even-numbered years) to a two-year term. Precinct Chairs must be registered to vote in their precincts, cannot have voted in the last Republican primary, must have voted in the Democratic primary, cannot endorse another party candidate in a race where a Democrat is on the ballot, must be at least 18 years of age, and otherwise eligible to hold elective office in the state of Texas.

Precinct Chairs organize their voting precincts to deliver the Party message to the individual voter, and help carry out the Party mission to get Democratic voters to the polls to vote for Democrats.