Walker County Democrats
Huntsville, Texas

The Walker County Democrat Club meets twice a month at 5:30 pm at Democrat Headquarters on the Square in Huntsville at 1111 University Ave:

  •     2nd Monday of every month—General meeting with a speaker or program
  •     4th Monday of every month—Planning meeting

Scroll down for Upcoming Events at Dem HQ 1111 University Ave:

Monday. January 14, 2019, 5:30 pm. WCDC monthly meeting at Dem HQ, 1111 Univ Ave


Dr.s Joyce McCauley and Lee Miller of the Center for Community Engagement will speak about this new  program at SHSU.  “The mission of The Center for Community Engagement is to promote reciprocal community/curricular partnerships to enhance student learning and meet community needs. The Center also aims to strengthen the experiential understanding and commitment of our students to civic engagement.”  Our members are particularly interested in “town and gown” issues here in Huntsville.  There will be ample time for Q&A following the  presentation.

For further information about this Center, see https://www.shsu.edu/academics/cce/

Saturday, January 19, 2019.  WCDC will host a march on the square in 

support of the National Women's March in Washington.  The Huntsville 

march will be one of many sister-city marches held around the nation on this 


Join us for the 3rd Annual Women's March, taking place around the nation and here in Huntsville in support of women's rights. Doors at Dem Headquarters (1111 University Ave) open at 10 AM for sign-making. Starting at 11 AM, we stand/march downtown around the square. Family Friendly.  Finish by 2:00 pm.

See this web site for details of WOMEN'S MARCH 2019 https://www.womensmarch.com/2019

SAVE THIS DATE: Saturday, February 23, 2019, 6:00 pm

Annual Molly Ivins- First Amendment Award Banquet at 
Walker Education Center on 19th street.  Tickets are $50 and $25 for students.

Open bar from 6 - 6:30 pm.  Tickets available at Dem HQ (936) 293-8110

The First Amendment Awardee and speaker for this year's event
is Alfredo Corchado who is an award-winning Mexican-American journalist and author.

He has covered Mexico for many years, and is currently the Mexico City bureau chief of The Dallas Morning News. He specializes in covering the drug wars and the U.S.-Mexico border, writing stories on topics such as drug cartels and organized crime, corruption among police and government officials, and the spread of drug cartels into U.S. cities.

​Corchado is the author of Midnight in Mexico: A Reporter’s Journey  (2013  Penguin Press),

"the story of a journalist’s dangerous and notable efforts to report on Mexico’s horrible drug wars."
Corchado's latest book is Homelands: Four Friends, Two Countries, and the Fate of the Great Mexican-American Migration (2018 Bloomsbury Press). Corchado's new book has been praised by many including David Axelrod, who commented, "This personal, moving tale illuminates the very heart of the polarizing immigration debate that is roiling America today."