This Thursday, Nov. 20, Bay Area Association of Democratic (BAAD) Women will discuss the changing political climate and make plans for the coming year. Diane Mosier, president of River Oaks Association of Democratic (ROAD) Women, will talk about efforts to collaborate with BAAD Women and other Democratic organizations and activate the Women's Issues Network (WIN).
BAND will celebrate the holidays with a dinner party at La Brisa Mexican Grill at 501 N. Wesley Dr. in League City. The event begins at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 17. As is our custom, we will join in the spirit of the season by honoring a local charity with a presentation and donation. Attire is holiday festive. Tickets are $25, if purchased by Dec. 10, and $30 afterwards or at the door. A link to purchase tickets online at ActBlue.com will be available soon.
BAND will hold its last monthly meeting for this year at the Harris County Courthouse Bay Area Annex at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 12. The meeting was originally scheduled at the Clear Lake Democratic Headquarters, but it had to be relocated. We will talk about the 2014 campaign successes and disappointments.
Harris County voters can now view their specific precinct polling places and ballots by visiting harrisvotes.com and clicking on the link at the top of the page. Enter your name and street address, without the words "street" or "lane" etc., to see the information requested. Other helpful websites include: lwvhouston.org (League of Women Voters Houston guide) and www.whyjusticematters.com, with information on Harris County Democratic candidates.
While mail-in ballot numbers are up, the in-person early voters have not yet shown up in the numbers we need to turn Texas blue. It's all hands on deck time -- time to vote if you haven't and then knock on doors and make phone calls!
We've highlighted some of the exceptional Democratic candidates on the ballot for voters in the Clear Lake area in the link to the Election 2014 Democratic Reporter shown below.