Williamson County Democrats are fighting back

Posted on 06/25/2005. Filed under: Uncategorized |

The Williamson County Democrats has a get together today to meet candidates and make plans to win in 2006. I know everyone in Williamson county always thinks they are the only one but today there were over 100 people gathered to listen and brain storm. The candidates who were there are running for everything from Governor(not official yet) to Texas Representative. David Van Os led off with a rousing speech and then Chris Bell got the crowd fired upped.

I met a new candidate who has thrown her hat into the ring. Mary Beth Harrell is running for the seat held by John Carter. This lady is another impressive female who is just plain sick and tired of the crap in DC. She is just getting started but expect to see great things.

Mark Strama was a crowd pleaser as always. He is right on the money when he say we have to work hard and work together to get a strong ticket and get them elected. We all know the Repugs respect and fear him because he is actually working to better Texas instead of just pushing a party platform. We need him and a lot of other strong Democrats who are willing to work for Texas and the United States.

Have to give it up to Robert Andrews who was representing Barbara Radnofsky as she could not be there. If you are ever running for office, you will need this man in your camp.

Is it too early to get involved? NO!!! Get busy people. The other party might have a bigger war chest but we have the candidates and we can make a difference.

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