Blue In The Heart Of Texas III

Join us for our third biennial Blue In The Heart of Texas summit.

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Dallas Democrats Say Goodbye to Bev Wunderlin

On the morning of January 4,  Dr. Beverly Wunderlin passed away at Baylor Hospital. She was a dedicated and loyal Democratic activist for years, serving as a Precinct Chair and a member of the Advisory Council. The entire Dallas County Democratic Party offers our deepest condolences to Bev's family and friends. She will be greatly missed by all.

DCDP Internship Opportunities

We're looking for Spring 2017 Interns! This is a great opportunity for young Democrats to build their resume, network, learn the ropes of grassroots politics, and have a lot of fun! To apply, email your resume to Chris Nguyen at chris@dallasdemocrats.org. 

DCDP Communications Intern
Responsibilities: The intern will help the Communications Director promote events, design graphics, research, write press releases, maintain social media accounts and other day to day office duties.

Requirements: Desire to work at grassroots level. Desire to learn about local politics and help organizational growth. Computer literate. Understanding of Social Media Platforms.

Skills: Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Social Media, Computer, Critical Thinking, Research, Communication

Preferred Skills: Bilingual-English/Spanish, Photoshop, Logo Design.

DCDP Special Projects Intern
Responsibilities: The intern will shadow the Special Projects Director to coordinate events, voter registration events, manage volunteers, research, and other day to day office duties. Must be comfortable working with data and spreadsheets.

Requirements: Desire to work at grassroots level. Desire to learn about local politics and help organizational growth. Computer literate.

Skills: Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Social Media, Computer, Critical Thinking, Research, Communication

Preferred Skills: Bilingual-English/Spanish, Photoshop, Logo Design

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.