Two Texas Democratic Debates Are Being Livestreamed Tonight
Make sure to tune-in tonight to the US Senate and the TX32 debate! 🍿
Last night was a forum hosted by Bayou Blue Democrats for the Democratic primary race for Senate District 15 in Harris County. The forum included Karthik Soora, Jarvis Johnson, Beto Cardenas, Todd Litton, and Molly Cook. You can see the playback here. I plan on giving a full breakdown of this forum and the two debates tonight this weekend.
Two more Democratic Primary debates are being livestreamed tonight.
The 134 PAC US Senate Debate on Rural Issues.
This debate goes live at 7:00 PM on Facebook. Here is the link. (The 134 PAC said it will also be live on YouTube, but I don’t have a link.)
Roland Gutierrez, Steven Keough, Heli Rodriguez Prelliman, Carl Sherman, and Thierry Tchenko will attend the Senate Debate. Noticeably absent is the current perceived frontrunner, Colin Allred.
It has been reported that Allred was invited but declined to accept.
The topic of discussion will be rural issues, so likely rural healthcare, infrastructure, economic development, and education.
US Congressional District 32 Debate.
This debate also goes live at 7:00 PM. Richardson Area Democrats are hosting it, and you can watch it here on YouTube.
Dr. Brian Williams, Callie Butcher, Justin Moore, and Julie Johnson will attend this debate. If you remember, there are about ten Democratic candidates for this seat, but Richardson Area Democrats set a donation threshold for the candidates to attend.
Other debates coming in January.
The only thing I know about these debates below is the date; I don’t know whether they’ll be livestreamed or not. I’ll make sure to keep you in the loop.
January 27: Texas Senate District 16 between Nathan Johnson and Victoria Neave Credo. And Congressional District 24 between Francine Ly and Sam Eppler. Both of these will be held at Richland College and hosted by Richardson Area Democrats.
January 28: US Senate Debate between Roland Gutierrez and Colin Allred. It’ll be hosted by Texas AFL-CIO—no word yet if any other Democratic Senate candidate will attend.
I’ve been keeping my ear to the ground regarding other Democratic primary debates in Texas. I don’t know more yet, but if you hear about one, please drop me a line.
A breakdown of all three events is coming soon.
Tomorrow, be on the lookout for an update about the border. The situation is ongoing, and then I’ll have a breakdown of the forum in SD15, the US Senate debate, and the TX32 debate. Stay Tuned.
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