BCD Updates:

  • We nearly doubled the total number of people voting in the Democratic primary over 2016. Blue Wave 2018!

  • Runoff Election May 22
    Two key Democratic races are to be decided in the runoff election scheduled for May 22. In Congressional District 21, Joseph Kopser and Mary Wilson face off as do Erin Zwiener and Rebecca Bell-Metereau for Texas House District 45. Check the upcoming events calendar on our website regularly to stay informed about candidate forums in Blanco County.
  • Texas Governor, with candidates Andrew White and Lupe Valdez.
  • US Senate (Beto O'Rourke),
  • Lt. Governor (Mike Collier), and
  • Commissioner of Agriculture (Kim Olson).
  • Early voting takes place May 14-18. If you voted in the primary with a mail-in ballot and checked the “annual” box on your application, you will automatically receive a mail-in ballot for the runoff election and for the general election in November. 
  • Voting locations for the Runoff election.
    Polling places on Election Day - Locations will be:
    Pct. 102 - The Blanco Masonic Lodge
    Pct. 201 - The Good Shepherd Catholic Church
    Pct. 302, 303 and 304 - Courthouse Annex - Hoppe Room
    Pct. 401 - South County Annex
    EARLY VOTING Polling places:

              Courthouse Annex (101 E. Cypress St., Johnson City, TX 78636)

              May 14-18, 2018   Hours 7:30am-7:30pm
              South County Annex (402 Blanco Avenue, Blanco, TX 78606)
              May 16, 2018   Hours 7:30am-7:30pm.

  • We Need You!  Total voter turnout in Blanco County for the primary was 30.4%, which means 5500 registered voters did not vote.

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Blanco County Democratic Convention

March 24, 2018

Please join us to consider resolutions and select our delegates to the State Convention.

Pre-register at: www.TexasDemocraticConvention.com

Click the event in the calendar for more info

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Let's Support March For Our Lives!

High School students across the nation have organized the March for Our Lives in response to the Feb. 14 mass murder of children at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Please click on this link to read the mission statement.

The Liberal Ladies of Blanco County have organized a rally to support the March for our Lives. It takes place on Saturday, March 24 from noon to 2 pm on the corner of Pecan and 4th Streets in Blanco.

The Liberal Ladies state the following: We are doing this in order to advocate for the end to gun violence in schools. This will be a peaceful, somber and non-confrontational public statement.

You are welcome to bring signs. The Liberal Ladies ask that signs read, "We stand with the March for Our Lives" or "Stop School Shootings."

If you're planning to attend the Blanco County Democratic Convention, also on March 24 beginning at 10:30 am at the Gem of the Hills in Blanco, we will join the rally upon conclusion of the convention.

​We recently lost a loved and cherished friend, Erin Watson. 

                 She was a co-founder of the Blanco County Activist group The Liberal                        Ladies and a loyal Democrat. She will be greatly missed.

If you would like to make a donation in her honor, the Blanco County Democratic Party will work with her family to use these funds in a manner that honors her life and her work.