One United Party

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2016 TSDC Proposed By-Law Revisions

It is the opinion of the Texas Stonewall Democratic Caucus Officers there are no major substantive changes in the By-Laws and that the the proposed language is only cleaning up the current by-laws. All changes will be voted on by the Cacus at the State Convention in San Antonio.

PDF: 2016 TSDC Proposed By-Law Revisions

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Stonewall 2016 Candidate Primary Endorsements

Stonewall Democrats candidate endorsements by our chapters is permitted based on their local bylaws and governing board. Endorsement certification policies and procedures varies by chapter and final selection usually approved by their members in good standing. Following are endorsements for the 2016 primary election by chapter.

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San Antonio Awards Presentation and Comedy Show

Join Stonewall Democrats of San Antonio for a night of FUN and HONOR as we recognize 3 of our local leaders and enjoy the comedy stylings of Paul J. Williams

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2016 Texas Democratic Party Convention

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NCOD Day-of-Action

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San Antonio Awards Presentation and Comedy Show

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Come Out & Vote 2014

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Davis vs Abbott on LGBT Issues

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2014 Statewide Candidate Endorsements

At the Texas Democratic convention in Dallas the Texas Stonewall Democratic Caucus approved a motion to endorse the following candidates who are running in all 254 Texas counties.

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We Don't Need Fixin'

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Blue After Party

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Texans For Equality Campaign 2014

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Reflections on the Elections: Their Impact on the Texas LGBT Community

Make no mistake about it. Democrats took a major drubbing in the 2010 midterm elections as a wave of anti-LGBT Republican radicals seized control of the U.S. House of Representatives, shrank the Democratic majority in the U.S. Senate and greatly expanded their control of the Texas House of Representatives. The effects of this "red tsunami" were also felt down-ballot in several urban counties such as Bexar and Harris, as Democratic judges, including long-time incumbents, lost to Republicans. The exceptions to this were Dallas, El Paso, Travis and counties in the lower Rio Grande Valley.

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Roberto Flores, LGBT Activist & San Antonio Co-Chair, Memorial Service

Roberto FloresWe regret to report the passing of dear friend and SDSA Co-Chair Roberto Flores.  See obituaries on QSanAntonio.com and MySA.com, and visit Roberto's CaringBridge page.  Services information follows:

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