Democratic Party Weekly Update
Monday, November 2, 2020
Time to crawl over broken glass to get Joe Biden and our other candidates elected.
Things we do can these last few days include:
Check your vote or see if someone else voted: www.txballot.org
Help people find their voting precinct: https://vote.poweredxpeople.org/
Phonebank with Betoís Powered by People group, click here.
Phonebank with Indivisible here.
Phonebank with MoveOn here.
Phone or textbank for MJ Hegar here.
Make a last donation to the candidates who you support. We can do this - we must do this
Upcoming events in the few weeks include:
1. Donít forget to set your clocks back an hour Saturday night. Use the extra hour to rest up for the final push ahead.
2. Join the next Ridin with Biden caravan! Sunday, November 1, 2:30pm, Pecan Park (aka Pecan Acres Park) Starr Avenue. Bring decorations, yard signs, flags, enthusiasm! We will join up with the big group coming down from Central Heights. Call Anne Kelly for info at (832) 496-9848.
3. Election Day, November 3.
4. The Chamber of Commerce will have its weekly conference call on Tuesday, November 3, at 10:00am. There will be a focus on updates from local hospitals. Go to the Chamberís events page for more information, and to hear recorded past calls.
5. The other party, mindless of Covid, is gathering in the Fredonia Hotel on election night to watch Joe Biden and Kamala Harris win. We Democrats, protecting our health to fight another day, will celebrate our successes at the local, state, and national levels on Zoom election night. More to follow. 6. And we are planning a safe celebration in a park the next weekend so start thinking what you can bring.
Rides to the Polls
If you need a ride to the polls (or if you can give someone a ride) call 1-855-Nac-Dems.
The Brazos Transit District is offering free rides on all of its routes on Tuesday to help voters reach polls. The service has fixed routes within the city of Nacogdoches. To find bus routes, visit their website at www.btd.org/fixedroutes/map/
Call Susie Lower to volunteer for a shift on Monday or Tuesday at (936) 234-2340 or email her at email@example.com. And continue to keep our headquarters safe - only a few people there at a time, wear masks, wipe surfaces down, and keep the doors open when possible.
We still have a few Biden/Harris and MJ Hegar yard signs, bumper stickers, t-shirts, flags, and our awesome doorhangers. Going out of business sale!
Phonebanking and textbanking opportunities
See the links to several sites above - then sign up for one!
Election Day polling places are open from 7:00am to 7:00pm Precinct Polling Location
|12||Beck Building, 720 Seventh St., Cushing|
|13||First Baptist Church, 15122 W State Hwy. 21, Douglass|
|14||Central Heights ISD, 10317 N US Hwy. 259, Nacogdoches|
|15||First Baptist Church, 275 W Magnolia St., Garrison|
|16||Bethel Baptist Church, 429 Happyland Rd., Nacogdoches|
|17||Malcolm Rector Technical High School, 6003 North St., Nacogdoches|
|21||Nacogdoches County Expo Center, 3805 NW Stallings Dr., Nacogdoches|
|22-23-24-25||C.L. Simon Recreation Center, 1112 North St., Nacogdoches|
|26||Nacogdoches Senior Center, 621 Harris St., Nacogdoches|
|27||E.J. Campbell Admin. Building, 420 S Shawnee St., Nacogdoches|
|30||University Baptist Church, 2505 North St., Nacogdoches|
|31||Raguet Elementary School, 2708 Raguet St., Nacogdoches|
|32||North Street Church of Christ, 3914 North St., Nacogdoches|
|33 - 34||Calvary Baptist Church, 3732 NE Stallings Dr., Nacogdoches|
|41||New Hope Methodist Church, 5301 E Main St., Nacogdoches|
|42||A.L. Mangham Jr. Airport Pilotís Lounge, 556 Terry Crawford Dr., Nacogdoches|
|43||Fairview United Methodist Church, 6296 State Hwy. 21 E., Nacogdoches|
|44||Woden ISD, 5263 FM 226|
|45||Martinsville ISD 12952 E State Hwy. 7|
|46||Chireno Community Center, 715 Main St|
|47||Etoile ISD, 16039 FM 226|
Sue Wenner reports that Marilyn Eanes is in the Westward Trails Nursing and Rehabilitation center, Room 815. Sue says that Marilyn is doing well and sounds very good.
Face-to-face classes will be offered this fall, but students will also have the option for distance learning. Classes start on August 24 but most will be remote-only after the Thanksgiving break. SFA has also implementing a face covering requirement. See Open SFA: Guide to Fall 2020 for updated information.
Nacogdoches City Council
The Nacogdoches City Council will have a ďhybridĒ meeting at 5:30pm on Tuesday, November 3, with both in-person and virtual participants. A limited amount of seating will be available or members of the public may make arrangements to address the council remotely by calling (936) 559-2506 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org before noon Tuesday. The meeting will be live streamed at www.nactx.us/21.
Nacogdoches County Commissioners
The Nacogdoches County Commissioners Court will meet in special session at 9:00am on Tuesday, November 3, in the Commissioners Courtroom, Suite 170 of the Nacogdoches County Courthouse, 101 West Main Street. Recordings of meetings are posted on the county website.
NISD School Board
The NISD School Board usually meets on the third Thursday of the month. This will be November 19, although this has not been officially announced. The Executive Sessions start at 5:00pm and the Regular Sessions at 6:00pm. These will be virtual meetings using the Zoom app. Go to their website for information about participating.
Major holidays and events in Nacogdoches and elsewhere this year
3 November..... General Election
Vote and get out the vote!
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