The mission of the Tarrant County Democratic Party is to identify, recruit and train viable Democratic candidates for public office and support those candidates as they pursue their careers in public service.
The Tarrant County Democratic Party (TCDP) has helped to recruit, train and support Democratic candidate for office for many decades. One key aspect of its operations includes recruiting and training of Democratic volunteers to serve in the hundreds of voting precincts all across Tarrant County that provide a communications bridge between the party and its 450,000+ Democratic voters. The TCDP also works to maximize communications with and between Tarranct County's approximately 18 or more Democratic clubs and independent progressive organizations. In 2018, the TCDP has recruited over 80 candidates to run on its ballot as well as recruiting 270 democratic precinct chairs. The 2018 primary election was a history making 75,000+ Democratic turn out to vote with the 2018 mid-term election resulting in Beto O'Rourke, the Democratic candidate for Senate winning Tarrant County and beginning the trajectory of Tarrant County turning blue.
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