Come join fellow Democrats for fun and fellowship as we continue watching the Presidential debates together at the Bay Area Democratic Headquarters. Next Tuesday, BAND will host a party for the one Vice Presidential debate at the Bay Area Democratic Headquarters at 1020 W. NASA Pkwy., Suite 204 in Webster. We'll start gathering for refreshments at 7:30 p.m., and the debate begins at 8 p.m. The headquarters is in the shopping center at the corner of I-45 and NASA Parkway.
Join us for the Constitution Day party 6 - 8 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 16 at the Bay Area Democratic Headquarters! Enjoy good company and refreshments while we honor our country's basic governmental values and design. Special guests will be those who have more recently been able to enjoy these liberties and participate in choosing our leaders, including those we have recently registered to vote. Party attendees will receive a free pocket-size Constitution and will watch Khizr Khan's speech from the Democratic National Convention.
Bay Area New Democrats (BAND) will celebrate the grand opening of the club’s fall campaign headquarters with food, a silent auction fundraiser and interaction with local candidates at 1-4 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 27 at 1020 W. NASA Pkwy., Suite 204 in Webster. Until the Nov. 8 election, the Bay Area Democratic Headquarters will be the site for club meetings and debate watch parties, and it will be the gathering place for phone banks, block walks and voter registration. The headquarters is in the shopping center at the corner of NASA Parkway and I-45 North.
BAND will not meet on the usual second Wednesday of the month in August. The room where the club meets at Freeman Branch Library was not available that day. During the fall campaign season, BAND will meet at the Bay Area Democratic Headquarters at 1020 W. NASA Pkwy., Suite 204 in Webster. The next meeting will be at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 17 in the shopping center at the corner of NASA Parkway and I-45 North.
At the July BAND meeting, president Melissa Courteau announced the board's plans to raise funds for a campaign headquarters leading up to the November election. BAND has traditionally opened a headquarters for about three months during election seasons in even-numbered years. Rates are higher than ever to rent space in a well-traveled area with high visibility, so Democrats are encouraged to contribute funds on http://secure.actblue.com/contribute/page/band2016hq.
Tuesday, May 24, 7 a.m. - 7 p.m., is your last chance to help Democrats choose their nominees on the November ballot. Election Day for the primary runoff is unlike early voting in that you may no longer vote at any location in the county; you may vote only where your precinct is scheduled to vote. Because expected turnout is low, the Democratic Party has consolidated multiple precincts in one location, often at the closest early voting location, but not necessarily. Before going to the polls, check harrisvotes.com to see your sample ballot and your precinct polling location.