Mike is now officially a senior advisor on the Biden Team in Texas. He ran as the Democratic candidate for Texas lieutenant governor in 2018. 

Mike, a Kingwood resident, has been a sustaining member of KAD for many years and is currently a silver member.

ATTENTION, Precinct Chairs

Harris County Democratic Party Precinct Chairs:

You are needed on August 15 for an important election to choose candidates for the positions of Harris County Clerk and Harris County Department of Education Trustee. The chosen candidate in each race will run against a Republican opponent in the General Election on November 3.

Wednesday, Sept. 2
@ 7 p.m.

Social Hour @ 6-7 p.m.

We are using Zoom until further notice. For more information, please email us. 

KAD meets on the first Wednesday of every month.


Our members are starting a book club. Not surprisingly, the emphasis will be on politics and society. First book on the list is Mary Trump's book about her Uncle Donald, Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man.

Our first meeting will take place on Sept. 16, 7 p.m. (tentatively) using the Zoom app. 

For more information or to sign up, please email us here. 

Campaign season for the 2020 Election is starting, and KAD and the Democratic Party need volunteers to turn Texas Blue!

There are many ways to help, even during a pandemic! 

  • Call voters

  • Distribute flyers

  • Distribute voter registration applications

  • Oct. 5 – Last day to register to vote or update registration for the General Election

  • Oct. 13 to 30 - Early Voting

  • Oct. 23 – last day for HC Clerk’s Office to receive applications for Ballot By Mail 

  • Nov. 3 – General Election


New-member special!      

Any purchase or donation of at least $25 through the KAD Store will give you membership until the end of 2020. 

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Kingwood Area Democrats
P.O. Box 6177
Kingwood, TX  77325-6177

Campaign Season is here!

KAD has Biden signs for sale!

For $5, you can start the campaign season with your own Biden lawn sign. Please email us here and include your name and phone number, and we will contact you. 


Welcome to our new members:

Deanie Allen

Ken Aucoin & Danny Ryan

Claudia & George Brookover

Joy-Dawn Colburn

John Cotter

Steve Davis

Valerie & Jason Ferlet

Trevor Harrison

Cindi Hendrickson

Carly Hudson

Michael Kyme

Alyzabeth Malone

Jeffery McGowen

Kevin McGuire

Christopher Priddy

Veronica Rivas-Molloy

Sondra Rothe

Prince Winbush

and to renewing members,

Dr. Diane Trautman, former Harris County Clerk, who rejoined KAD

at the Gold Membership Level


John and Lori Hathaway at the Bronze Level


Julia Maldonado, Judge, Family District Court

New-member special!

Any purchase of at least $25 through the KAD store

will give you

membership until the end of 2020. 



KAD welcomes new members, and we encourage you to join our club! Because we have no brick and mortar presence, our operating costs are extremely low. Money that we take in via dues and fundraisers is earmarked for voter education and outreach or is given directly to KAD-endorsed state and local democratic candidates.


We are now taking membership dues and donations through

We will no longer be taking payments through Paypal or Action Network, so please be sure to update your method of payment.

Membership levels:

$25 Individual

$35 Family

$0 College/HS student

Sustaining membership levels:

$120 Bronze

$250 Silver

$600 Gold

Annual dues run from January 1 through December 31, but you may join at any time.

Thank you for supporting KAD so we can help


KAD News

Alex Schroller, HCDP candidate coordinator, was guest speaker at KAD's August meeting.


It was an evening full of election campaign information! Guest speaker at KAD’s August 5th meeting was Alex Schroller, candidate coordinator at HCDP (Harris County Democratic Party), who talked about the various ways that club members can spread the word about local candidates and encourage community members to vote this election season. Texas is considered a swing state in 2020, so it’s important that people are registered to vote and make the effort to vote.

Several candidates or their representatives also made visits to the meeting:

  • Clarence Miller, 2022 candidate for County Commissioner, Precinct 4, talked about his business and political background and why he wants to sit on the Harris County Commissioners Court. The seat is currently occupied by Jack Cagle (R).

  • Jeffery McGowen, 2020 candidate for Harris County Constable, Precinct 4. 

  • Sima for Texas Campaign was represented by Noah Schwartz, field organizer. Sima Ladjevardian is the Democratic candidate running against Dan Crenshaw (R) in Congressional District 2.

  • Julia Maldonado is running for re-election to Texas 507th Family District Court.


Texas State Senator Royce West made a stop at KAD’s July meeting, taking time from his busy campaign schedule for the primary runoff election. He was running against M.J. Hegar for the Democratic nomination to oppose US Senator John Cornyn. Hegar declined our invitation. She later won the Democratic nomination. 

Royce West, state senator and runoff candidate for US Senate

Mary Graham, SURJ Houston Chapter

KAD members learned about systemic racism and how it has hurt the Black population throughout the past century: economically, in education, and through the criminal justice system. Our guest speaker in July was Mary Graham, Houston Chapter of SURJ (Showing Up for Racial Justice), a national organization that aims to educate and mobilize White people for racial justice.