Hill County Democrats to Host Cookout/Social
Hill County Democrats will host a Cookout/Social on Sept 23rd at the home of the Precinct 13 Chair, Larry and his wife Jan Ward, located at 123 South Greenbriar Rd. Whitney, TX starting at 6:00 pm. This event will be a wonderful time to socialize and make great friends. For more information you may contact Larry Ward at 254-694-4228 or the Democratic County Chair, Thom Hanson at 254-479-8369.
The Hill County democrats will host a voter registration drive October 2 & 3 at the Hill College Cafeteria 11 am - 1 pm.
112 Lamar, Hillsboro TX 76645. Come out and join in the fun.
Lake Whitney Pioneer Days Celebration and Parade
The Hill County Democrats will participate in the Lake Whitney Pioneer Days Celebration and Parade October 7, in Downtown Whitney Texas, be sure to come out and have a great time. The event will run 8 am - 6 pm. The parade lineup will be at 1:30 pm @ the intermediate school parking lot
at South San Jacinto & Roberts Rd. At 2:30 pm the parade will leave the school in order to be in front of the
stage downtown by 3:00pm.
Hill County Democrats will hold meeting.
The Hill County Democrats will hold their monthly meeting October 9, 2017. The meeting will be located in the back meeting room of El Conquistador Restaurant, 1516 Old Brandon Rd Hillsboro, TX 76645 at 6:00 pm.
Topics will include announcement of candidates. New election laws, Election Judge Training, Voter registration events and training, recent State and Federal Legislation and issues, Appointments of Precinct Chairs, and participation in upcoming community events.
The public is invited and encouraged to attend.
Hill County Democrats to host candidate for Governor of Texas
Hillsboro, TX – The Hill County Democratic Committee is hosting a meet and greet event with Governor of Texas Candidate, Jeffrey Payne on October 19 at 7:00 pm in the public meeting room of the of El Conquistador Restaurant, 1516 Old Brandon Rd Hillsboro, TX.
“This event is sponsored by the Hill County Democratic Committee, but is not a partisan event,” said County Chair Thom Hanson. “The public is invited to attend this open event to get to know the candidate and to speak with Jeffrey personally.”
A successful businessman in Dallas since 2005, Jeffrey Payne is running for governor of Texas. He owns five diverse businesses from a court reporting firm, a land holding company, a property management company, a retail clothing outlet, and a night club. His success in Texas business is exactly what he intends to bring to political office. He wants to see the needs of all Texans being met and not just a select few.
Payne was born in Maine. At only three years old, his mom passed away and he was sent to an orphanage in Louisiana. He spent most of his childhood there, then entered the foster care system at age fifteen. He knows what it’s like to be a child in need. He also knows how effective supportive adults can be in a child’s life. He credits those in his life to helping him become the successful person he is today. He wants to make sure other children have those supportive adults in their lives, too. He also knows a state needs better policies in education, healthcare, environment, labor, and foster care as well as better financial policies and more responsible spending than Texas currently has in order to be successful again.
Jeffrey went through the tragedy of Hurricane Katrina. The devastation of that natural disaster left him with the clothes he was wearing, his two dogs, and $2000 in the bank. Katrina took everything else, so he set out for Texas. Starting life over, Payne has rebuilt his life and not only has he been successful in business - he has helped to raise thousands of dollars for charity. In 2010, he also founded Sharon St. Cyr – a non-profit organization that raises funds and provides hearing aids for hearing-impaired individuals and provides grants to organizations for ASL interpreting services. This program is near and dear to Payne’s heart as it's named after his mom and he is hard of hearing as well.
Payne is married to his husband, Sergio, and they live with their adopted puppies. He believes Texans are being shortchanged by the current Texas government and he can make a positive difference. Texans deserve a governor who believes in real Texas values such as integrity, honesty, freedom, and independence. Now is the time for change in Texas politics.
More information is available at www.Jeffrey4Texas.com