The Dallas County Democratic Party is on the front lines of the fight to save our democracy in a state led by extremists desperate to hold on to political power, afraid of the people, and suppressing votes instead of delivering basic resources like electricity.
Our diverse county serves 2.6 million people across 900 square miles. We work each day to grow our majority in Dallas County, and turn Texas blue. We will register Democratic voters, and turn out each voter in every neighborhood with our broad coalition of elected officials, Precinct Chairs, clubs, and activists from every part of the county.
Dallas County Democrats are an inclusive, people-powered movement that believes in equal opportunity, fairness, freedom, family, community, and a responsibility to ourselves and each other.
Party Bylaws and Rules
The Dallas County Democratic Party is governed by the Rules of the Texas Democratic Party. They set forth the process for electing local party officials, including Precinct Chairs, and rules applying to all levels of the Democratic Party, including committees and sub-committees. The Dallas County Democratic Party has also adopted additional rules, bylaws, and official policies by vote of the DCDP Executive Committee. For more information about Party Rules and bylaws, please contact the Dallas County Democratic Party office at 214-821-8331.
DCDP Policy on Endorsements, Warnings, and Issue Resolutions (adopted 2007)
A.The Dallas County Democratic Party Executive Committee will not make endorsements or warnings in Democratic Primaries or in non-partisan elections.
B.Issue Resolutions (Not related to candidates):
A resolution proposed at a County Executive Committee (CEC) meeting with no previous notice will automatically be postponed until the next meeting unless 3/4 of the CEC members in attendance vote to consider it at that same meeting.
Any resolution must receive a vote of 2/3 of the CEC members in attendance to be successfully passed by the body.
C. No Party official may present as the official position of the party any warning or resolution on an issue, except if passed as in Part B above or for courtesy resolutions.