The mission of the Northeast Tarrant County Democrats (a registered Political Action Committee) is to increase Democratic voter turnout and to promote the Democratic Party, its candidates and issues in Northeast Tarrant County, Texas, and surrounding area.
The Northeast Tarrant County Democrats were originally founded in 2007 as the "Colleyville, Grapevine, Southlake Democrats". In 2011, the club voted to become a General Political Action Committee (GPAC) and change the name to "Northeast Tarrant County Democrats".
The Northeast Tarrant Dems have members from all over Tarrant and Dallas County.
“People shouldn't be afraid of their government. Governments should be afraid of their people.”
― Alan Moore, V for Vendetta
The mission of the Northeast Tarrant County Democrats is to increase Democratic voter turnout and to promote the Democratic Party, its candidates and issues in Northeast Tarrant County, Texas, and surrounding area.
To support Democratic candidates at the national, state and local level.
To recruit precinct chairs and provide them with the information necessary for their training and technical support.
To provide voters with information on issues that will enable them to make informed decisions.
To collaborate with the Tarrant County Democratic Party (TCDP) in identifying and supporting candidates.
To increase the visibility of the Northeast Tarrant County Democrats for the purpose of expanding the club’s impact.
To raise money for selected candidates for office.