Texas Stonewall Democratic Caucus President Eli Olivarez issued the following statement: “As our LGBTQ community and our allies celebrated Pride Month, a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida was the scene of the deadliest mass...
The Texas Stonewall Democratic Caucus met on the main convention floor of the Texas Democratic Convention on June 27. Major candidates for statewide office and current officeholders addressed the caucus.
Democratic U.S. Senate candidate David Alameel attended the Stonewall Democrats meeting on Tuesday, the first time he has had contact with the state’s largest Democratic organization. He faces Kesha Rodgers in a runoff. The Texas Democratic Party has issued a warning against Rodgers whose main platform is impeaching President Obama.
Stonewall Democrats of Dallas endorsed a slate of candidates for the March primary and Treasurer Mike McCue announced an ethics complaint against the group was officially dismissed at its January meeting on Tuesday.
State Sen. Wendy Davis announced today that she’ll make an announcement about her political future — and a possible governor run — on Oct. 3. The Fort Worth native and LGBT ally was the talk of the Stonewall Democrats of Dallas meeting Tuesday.
GetEQUAL TX was among the organizers of the Texans Unified for Change rally at City Hall last night. About 50 people gathered to protest the anti-abortion bill working its way through the special session of the legislature.
By the time the marriage equality rally began at the Legacy of Love Monument, more than 300 people had gathered. As the crowd grew to close to 500, police closed a lane of Oak Lawn Avenue and two lanes of Cedar Springs Road.
Houston Mayor Annise Parker holds her campaign kickoff fundraiser at the Four Seasons Hotel, 1300 Lamar St., Houston on April 11 at 5:30 p.m. She is running for a third two-year term. Because of term limits, this would be her last run for mayor.
Stonewall Democrats holds candidate screenings on March 9 at Resource Center Dallas. Everyone is invited to attend the screening sessions, but only those who have been members of the organization for 30 days may vote on the endorsements.