Washington County Democratic Party - Affiliated Organizations
Democratic Club of Washington County
President - Donna Glass
Vice President - Helen Dillingham
Secretary - Helen Harris
Treasurer - Lewis Houser
The Democratic Club of Washington County is actively involved in all aspects of politics in Washington county. The club works closely with the county party in planning and executing activities of general benefit to Democrats. For more info contact Donna Glass 281-743-1564
Visit the Home Page on this website for monthly meeting information and updates.
MEET DONNA GLASS - OUR NEW CLUB PRESIDENT
A Washington County Democrat since 2012, and before that, a Harris County Democrat. I’m happy to have this opportunity to serve officially in our Democratic Club. I worked at the polls in our spring 2022 elections and look forward to working again in the November mid-terms. I enjoyed teaming up with club members to gather and share real facts about immigration, and occasionally helping our steadfast members who go door-to-door campaigning for Democrats and registering voters.
Our club is important here in Washington County. We must use our voices and our votes to stave off increasingly anti-democratic and anti-American rhetoric and legislation coming from Republican leaders. Our goal is to replace Republicans in office with Democrats who will work for all of us.
Your voice is important. Let’s bring more folks to our meetings, and to the polls, and let’s have fun too! I welcome your thoughts, concerns and ideas. Feel free to reach me at
Call or text: 281-743-1564
TEXAS DEMOCRATIC WOMEN
The Wash Co Texas Democratic Women is an informal organization that meets to discuss and address issues of concern to the group. Meetings are usually held at 11:30 a.m. on the third Wednesday of each month at Guadalajara Mexican Restaurant, 1308 Prairie Lee St., Brenham TX 77833
For more information, contact
Joining the Fight Against Fossil Fuel Investments
Speaking up for what we value and love in a public place, often called a "protest", may be so much more influential to the actions of our leaders than we think at the time. For societies to make progress in the realm of well-being for all, it is necessary for the people to speak Truth to Power. As Joanna Macy says, "If the world is to be healed through human efforts, I am convinced it will be by ordinary people, people whose love for this life is even greater than their fear."
The Brenham Banner Press ran a photo on their front page after the Day of Action, called Stop The Dirty Banks, a project of ThirdAct.org, a national organization with over 50,000 members. The Brenham witness was just one of over 100 actions across the nation that made headlines at The Washington Post, The New York Times, and NPR and NBC. For a montage of photos of the actions around the country:
The Brenham Banner Press photo is of Dennis Flanigan, Bren Hardt, Linda Arbuckle and Donna Glass as we symbolically cut up a Big Bank Credit card. We also cut up 3 real Chase credit cards that day. Bren Hardt is pictured delivering a letter to Wells Fargo on 3-21-23. Third image is of our handout.
YOU can still flex your financial muscle by signing the Banking of Our Future Pledge and mailing a letter to Chase or other dirty bank saying you plan to avoid business with them until they cease funding fossil fuel poisoning of our Earth.