Kingwood Area Democrats held the Humble Independent School District Candidate Forum on March 6th, 2019 at their monthly meeting.
Our local July 4th parade was pleasant until two spectators shouted insults at Hillary and threatened a democratic participant with 2nd amendment remedies.
Kingwood Area Democrats participated in the July 4th Kingwood, TX parade. There was a lot of positive interaction with conservatives on the parade path.
‘Sarah Palin’ once again has sent me a new hate mail bragging about her Tea Party’s success in the last midterm election. You must read this.
Judith Kirkeeide, Kingwood Area Democrat Vice President was featured in the Houston Chronicle recently. Judith is an inspiration to us all.
Kingwood Area Democrats won the best traditional float trophy in the Kingwood 4th of July Parade. Watch from the float building to the parade in 2 minutes.
Kingwood Area Democrats Provide Support For Homeless Veterans It is the holiday season. Every American should be reflective and thankful for all of those that have stepped up to serve the nation. This is something that should be done continuously. The holidays are a time where gifts and goodwill are exchanged more often. Unfortunately, with […]
Kingwood Area Democrats In Parade Of Lights Kingwood Area Democrats along with her sister club Humble Area Democrats participated in the Humble Christmas Parade of Lights. Members got there early to decorate Cody Pogue’s pickup truck. It was transformed into a float in 30 minutes. These two groups are amazing. Very little planning went into […]
Bruce Menke This is an excellent piece from Bruce Menke that was in the latest Kingwood Observer. Bruce said, The Voting Rights Act of 1965 was enacted to end “race neutral” voting requirements by Texas and other states that discriminated against minorities and to prevent new laws having the same effect. A prime example was […]
Karen Menke Harris County Judge Ed Emmett has gotten Kingwood Area Democrat Karen Menke justifiably upset. She could not believe that he would keep a 1 cent property tax off the November ballot that bolster’s preschools. According to the Houston Chronicle, Citing legal advice from a private lawyer, Harris County Judge Ed Emmett on Monday […]