Join us for the Cinco de Mayo Parade

We want you to join us for the Celebration of Cinco De Mayo in Oak Cliff, Texas on May 7th at 10:00 a.m.!

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Burger Bash

Thank you to everyone who came out to Burger Bash!

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The DCDP Store's 2016 Collection

Donate $20.16 and receive our 2016 Collection of T-shirt, DCDP logo decal, Turning Texas Blue bumper sticker, and bluebonnet seed packet!

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Mother's Day

Since everyone has a mother and/or a mentor, we are inviting all Dallas County Democrats to donate to the Dallas County Democratic Party in honor of your mother and/or mentor. Make a donation on or before Friday, May 6th here (Mother's Day is May 8th); give us the name and street address for you and for the honoree; and the DCDP staff will send a card to the honoree, letting them know that an honorarium has been made to the Party by you on their behalf. This way, you will make your mother and/or mentor happy, and you will better equip the DCDP to meet the challenges of this election year. Help us meet the challenge of improving an already successful Party.

2016 State Democratic Convention

The Texas Democratic Party has released a tentative schedule of events for the 2016 State Democratic Convention. To become a national delegate, read these instructions for filing statement of candidacy.


6PM: Kickoff Reception at La Villita Assembly Hall, San Antonio. (Click here to get your tickets.)


9AM: Delegate credentials distribution begins.

9AM – 3PM: Various interest caucuses.

3 – 5PM: Senate District Caucuses where voting for Delegates, Committees, Electors and SDEC.

6PM: Evening General Session and Keynote speeches.


8AM: Resolutions Committee, Rules Committee, Platform Committee, Nominations for National Delegates, Nominations for SDEC, DNC, and Electors.

8:30AM: Lady Bird Breakfast at Grand Hyatt Hotel Ballroom, San Antonio. (Click here to get your tickets.)

9AM – 12PM: Training sessions.

12PM: Second General Session.

Adjournment typically occurs in the late afternoon.

Runoffs and Election Results

On Tuesday, May 24, we will have a statewide Democratic Primary Runoff in Texas for Railroad Commissioner, between Grady Yarbrough (39%) and Cody Garrett (35%). Here in Dallas County we will have an additional three runoffs. Two are county-wide, for Criminal District Judge, Court No. 2, between Nancy Kennedy (46%) and Chika Anyiam (32%), and for County Tax Assessor-Collector between John R. Ames (42%) and Bennie Elenora Brown (25%). There will also be a runoff for Constable, Precinct No. 1, between Tracey Gulley (44%) and Mae Jackson (34%).

The Runoff Ballot Drawing was held March 10 at the DCDP office. Results for local races:

Criminal Dist. Judge, Court No. 2:
Chika Anyiam 1
Nancy Kennedy 2

County Tax Assessor-Collector:
John R. Ames 1
Bennie Elenora Brown 2

Constable Pct. 1, Unexpired Term:
Mae Jackson 1
Tracey Gulley 2

For a full list of statewide results in Texas see

For a full list of results in Dallas County see

Congratulations to all of our nominees. For contact information for those in the Runoff and for all those who were nominated or ran in the Primary, see

Senate District Convention Chairs

On Saturday, March 19, 2016, Dallas County Democrats held their Senate District Conventions. These elected delegates to the State Convention in June in San Antonio. For more information about that convention and the delegations, please contact the Senate District Convention Chairs listed below: 

Senate District 2 --
Barbara Rosenberg 214-923-8067  email berosenberg AT
Sally White 214-808-7784 email sallywht AT

Senate District 8 --
Donna Bullard 214-664-3935 email terrybullard AT

Senate District 9 --
Michael McPhail 972-922-6295  email mmcphail1974 AT

Senate District 16 --
David Griggs 214-244-5979 email wdgriggs AT
Janice Schwarz 214-460-7283 email tamsterbath AT
Katherine McGovern 214-755-2762 email ksm51711 AT

Senate District 23 --
Jeff Strater 214-893-1336 email jeffstrater AT
Shay Wyrick-Cathey 214-850-9285 email shaycathey AT

Meet Our Officials

See who represents Dallas County from the People’s House to the Court House. We’ve compiled elected officials’ websites, Facebook and Twitter accounts, so you don’t have to go looking.