Dr. Webster is making every effort to reach out to as many people as possible prior to the November 3rd General Election. Similar to what students do in classrooms all across Texas, she knows that when voters are informed, they make informed decisions. Unfortunately, however, COVID-19 is making it extremely difficult to physically connect with voters. Until we can physically connect safely, I am using Facebook and teleconferencing technologies as much as possible to get the word out about my positions. So please stay tuned and stay connected.
COVID-19 has hampered my campaign's ability to get out and meet as many people in-person as possible, but we have been able to use ZOOM to connect with voters as much as possible. And we have had limited in-person contact with supporters to distribute campaign material.
I hope you had a great, but safe July 4th today. We all are anxious to get back to normal routines and that will happen; it will only happen however when we do our part in maintaining social distancing and wearing masks. I did that today. Instead of participating in a local July 4th parade as I have done for 10 consecutive years, my husband and I held our own parade in our backyard. A few photos from that parade are shown here.
When possible, Dr. Webster continues to visit Democrats throughout SBOE District 10. In between visits to Travis County again, she also visited Washington, Leon, Freestone, Limestone, Robertson, and Williamson counties. Along the way she received additional endorsements from The Austin Chronicle, Pflugerville Area Democrats, Central Austin Democrats, Liberal Austin Democrats, Austin Environmental Democrats, Stonewall Democrats of Austin, and North by Northwest Democrats of Austin.
Dr. Webster continues to visit the counties and constituency groups in the SBOE-10 district, getting her message of 'Education First!' out to voters. She plans to touch base with all 18 counties in the district before early voting begins on February 18th.
Dr. Webster was privileged to speak to many of the precinct chairs at the Travis County Democratic Party Executive Committee meeting on Sunday, January 19th. Thanks County Chair Dyana Limon-Mercado for this opportunity. And thanks to Precinct Chairs Steven Weintraub and Arthur Simon for the hospitality. She looks forward to returning for more active work soon.
Dr. Webster traveled to Bell County (which includes Killeen and Ft Hood) to link up with County Chair Chris Rosenberg in the new offices of the Bell County Democratic Party. Joining them were William Rosenberg of the State Democratic Executive Committee for Senate District 24.
Dr. Webster with Senate District 5 Democratic Party County Chairs and SDEC representatives in Huntsville
Dr. Webster being introduced to Bastrop County Democrats by County Chair Steve Chamberlain during a meeting in Smithville.
Dr. Webster talks about her education philosophy to Stonewall Democrats of Austin. Afterwards, they officially endorsed her campaign for SBOE!
Dr. Webster addressing Washington County Democrats during a recent campaign stop in Brenham, her childhood hometown.
Dr. Webster with Fayette County Democrats during a recent campaign stop in La Grange. Fayette County is her home county.
Dr. Webster poses with
MJ Hegar (candidate for U.S. Senate),
Shirley Harris-Jackson (candidate for Washington County Commissioner), and Washington County Democratic Party Chair George Dillingham.