Join Our Team as a Fall Fellow

Dallas County Democratic Party is looking for fellows/volunteers for the DCDP Fall Fellowship Program.

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Thinking of Running for Office?

If you’re thinking of running for office, you need all the election facts on our website.

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How to be a Delegate to the 2016 Democratic National Convention

Read the Texas Democratic Party's memo to learn the steps to becoming a delegate and how many delegates are allotted to your senate district.

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The DCDP Store's 2016 Collection

Donate $20.16 and receive our 2016 Collection of T-shirt, DCDP logo decal, Turning Texas Blue bumper sticker, and bluebonnet seed packet!

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Meet our August Club of the Month: Dallas County East Democrats

Dallas County East Democrats (DACED) is a group of like-minded individuals in the the Eastern and Southeastern parts of the county, with a hunger to take action in their community and their government.

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Dallas Democrats Commend DA for Telling Truth, Renew Call for DA to Do Job or Resign

DALLAS – After more than three weeks of being MIA, late this afternoon District Attorney Susan Hawk announced that she is battling depression and will take another four weeks off from work, and these additional weeks will be unpaid.

Just months after being sworn in, Dallas County District Attorney Susan Hawk was inexplicably away from her job. Before her unexplained absence, she admitted to previous prescription drug abuse, and fired or forced the resignations of several key employees who have publicly called her behavior “paranoid”.

Dallas County Democratic Party Chair Carol Donovan issued the following statement:

“Mental illness is a serious issue. We commend Susan for her willingness to state the truth, but she hid the truth for weeks, after months of erratic behavior.

"The District Attorney is the County’s top law enforcement official and she oversees 500 employees.

“If Susan cannot do her job, for herself and for her office, she should resign.”

DCDP Labor Day Picnic 

Celebrate Labor Day at the 18th Annual Dallas County Democratic Party Labor Day Picnic on Monday, September 7, 2015. From noon to 4 PM, join your fellow Democrats, including elected officials and candidates. We will meet again at the usual place, 4930 Military Parkway [the former Catholic Czech Club], Dallas 75227.

This event is FREE, and it's the best kind of Texas picnic:  It's inside with air-conditioning! Fried chicken, hot dogs and iced tea will be provided at no cost. Just bring your favorite casserole, side dish, salad or dessert.

Take advantage of this well-attended event by advertising your club, business and/or campaign in one or more of the following ways:

  •  For $20 per slide, your information will be included in a continuous slideshow at the Picnic;
  •  For $30, you can display information on half of a table at the Picnic;
  •  For $50, you can display information on a full table at the Picnic; or
  •  For $150, you can be listed as a sponsor of the Picnic.  Sponsorship includes a slideshow slide, a display table, and your listing on marketing, event signage and the DCDP website.

To sponsor the Picnic or reserve a table, half-table or slide, contact Carmen Ayala at the DCDP office at 214-821-8331 or email to laborday AT Your advertising and/or sponsorship will support the ongoing work of the Party.

First Democratic Debate Watch

Hosted by:

Tax Assessor/Collector John R. Ames
Judge Phyllis Lister Brown
Judge Dominique Collins
Judge Ken Molberg
Judge Eric V. Moyé
Victoria Neave for State Representative, District 107
Democracy Toolbox

No matter which Democratic candidate you’re rooting for, join hundreds of Dallas Democrats as we watch the first debate of the Democratic Party’s 2016 presidential contenders.

The first debate takes place in Nevada, and we’ll watch from the Angelika Film Center Dallas, conveniently located at Mockingbird Station, with plenty of public parking and on the DART line.

Thanks to our hosts, the event is free to attend. Registration is required to help us track attendee count, in case we need to rent a larger or additional theater. Click here to register. 

Set out your Democratic T-shirts and flare, and make plans to join us Tuesday, October 13.

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Meet Our Officials

See who represents Dallas County from the People’s House to the Court House. We’ve compiled elected officials’ websites, Facebook and Twitter accounts, so you don’t have to go looking.