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Time for the Party to Party!

Save the Date:
Thursday, March 30, 2023
6 to 10 PM
Dining with Democrats

An event to celebrate Democrats and build the campaign chest

to Get Out the Vote in 2023-2024

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What NEBCD Does

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We're called North East because that's where we started, but our members come from all over Bexar County.  Come join us!

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NEBCD focuses on four key areas: Informing, Educating, Organizing, and Fundraising--all for the purpose of getting out the vote (GOTV). Monthly meetings explore a range of issues important to Democrats.



NEBCD has two major annual fundraising events--the Labor Day Picnic and a Winter/Spring social gathering of all Bexar County Democrats and their candidates and representatives to get acquainted and have fun. Check here periodically to find what NEBCD is up to.

Who We Are

Founded in 1994, Northeast Bexar County Democrats (NEBCD) is the oldest Democratic club in Bexar County. NEBCD was founded by neighbors who wanted to organize, inform, and educate themselves and their community to encourage civic engagement.

Voting is part of civic engagement, so NEBCD works to Get Out the Vote (GOTV). But voting is the tip of the iceberg. Democracy is fueled by politics, a process that's going on all the time--not just during an election.

That means citizens need to be engaged all the time, observing and responding to how we the people are being represented and governed.

Easier said than done, you say? Yes, hard on your own; much easier with a group that shares your interests and values. Whether you're looking for information, wondering if there's a way you can make a difference, or you're ready to get seriously involved in the democratic process, NEBCD welcomes you.

We're called North East because that's where we started, but our members come from all over Bexar County. Come join us!

"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed, citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” ~ Margaret Mead

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