Keeping cool with Susan Barrick, Brenda Cruz, Debbie Spencer, Connie Goodwin, and Sandra Watson while reminding our contacts to vote. Early voting for the run off elections begins Monday, May 14th to May 18th from 8 am to 8 pm. Election Day is May 22nd from 7 to 7. Democrats will choose between Andrew White and Lupe Valdez for our gubernatorial candidate.
We will be participating in the Cinco de Mayo parade on Saturday, May 5th. We will have a decorated trailer that you can sit in or you can walk the route. contact Kathy Flores if you have any questions or want to volunteer.

We will meet to set up about 8:30 and the parade will start at 10:00 a,m,  The route begins at First Baptist Church at Broadway and Avenue U, moves east on Broadway to Avenue M, then north on Ave. M to Lubbock Memorial Civic Center parking lot.

We need candy donations. You can call or PM Debra Kitchens Spencer to drop off candy at hq.  She'll be in and out of the hq tomorrow.

“In this campaign, I am not accepting any corporate contribution or (political action committee) money,” he said. “I’m working for you, not the corporations. I don’t care if you’re Republican or Democrat or if you vote. I care that you are an American.”
MUST READ: Beto's Travels Across Texas! 

"...In Crosby County, I met an 88-year-old man who had made his own Beto for Texas sign. I heard about the ghost town of Emma, which died when the railroad passed it by -- a lesson in what happens when we don't invest in infrastructure for rural Texas."

Democratic Senate Candidate Beto O'Rourke will host a town hall discussion from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. on April 8, in the Red Raider Ballroom of the Student Union Building.