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Kingwood Area Democrats

VOLUNTEER TO HELP DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES IN GEORGIA

Find the perfect opportunity for you to show support for the Democratic Senate candidates, Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock. The results of these two races will decide the difference between a Republican- or Democratic-controlled U.S. Senate.

VOLUNTEER DEPUTY VOTER REGISTRARS

VDVR certification must be renewed for 2021-2022. Visit the Harris County Tax Assessor-Collector website here to see the current training schedule. KAD will also arrange a group training session to be announced.

 

If you've never been a VDVR before but would like to become one, check the requirements listed on the website.

BE A KAD MEMBER IN 2021

It's easier than ever to join KAD or renew your membership. Just follow this link to ActBlue.

For more membership information, follow the arrow to the "About" page. 

MEMBERSHIP MEETING
January 6 @ 7 p.m.

Join us for the first meeting of 2021 when we meet candidates for our 2021 Executive Board and make plans for the coming year.

 

KAD meets on the first Wednesday of every month. We are using Zoom until further notice. 

 

For membership information, click on this arrow.

 

BOOK CLUB
January 13, 7 p.m.

The KAD Book Club will meet again on Jan. 13 to discuss Barack Obama's new book, A Promised Land.

New members are welcome.

For more information or to sign up, please email us here.  We are using the Zoom app for meetings until further notice.

HARRIS COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PARTY NEWS
KAD ALERT  NEWSLETTER

by Jane Leckey, KAD VP

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

Sheriff Ed Gonzalez (right), running for re-election as Harris County Sheriff, with KAD member Ken Aucoin

Jay Stittleburg (right), candidate for State Senator, District 4, with Tony Morales of KAD.

Big Tent Event a Success

Saturday morning, Sept. 19, was a cool, sunny day, perfect for KAD's Big Tent Event. Democrats from across Kingwood and the surrounding area came to pick up candidate signs and other political swag. Adding to the morning's fun was having several candidates join us to answer questions and chat with voters.

Area Democrats were happy to take away lawn signs and other campaign materials. KAD board members Ellie Porras, Robin Pearce, and Jack Alexander helped each person find the items to match their needs. 

Kathy Cheng, candidate for Justice, Texas Supreme Court, Place 6

Judge Julia Maldonado (right), standing for re-election to District Court, with KAD board member Elizabeth Stern. 

Judge Veronica Rivas-Molloy (center) candidate for Justice, First Court of Appeals, with KAD members Kevin and Katrin McManis.

Left to right: Eartha Johnson, mother of Te'iva Bell, candidate for judge, Criminal District Court; Paula Miller; Clarence Miller, 2022 candidate for County Commissioner, Precinct 4; and Jeff McGowen, candidate for Harris County Constable, Precinct 4.