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IT ALL MATTERS

Grassroots Activism

From your front door to the Oval Office

Staying Active In Our Communities

Johnson County Texas is made up of 17 Cities, Towns, and Communities. Created 168 years ago on February 4, 1854, Johnson County has witnessed many changes and seen much progress. From being cut in half to create the County of Hood to a population growth from a mere 4,305 people in 1860 to today's estimated total of more than 180,000. Our communities are made up of people who were born here and many who came from all over the United States and around the world. Johnson County is rich in history and offers hidden gems of beauty and diversity in every community that binds her together. Opportunities to grow, create, and make the difference in your community are endless. Come join us in the work and the fun of staying active and connected in Johnson County.

When we get together, it's like a Blue Wave.


2018 Democratic State Convention

June 2018


Beto O`Rourke visits Johnson County

January 2018

187 people were here this day. Supporters from Johnson and surrounding Counties filled the room with excitement.



Johnson County Democratic Party's Monthly Pot Luck Social

Friends, Neighbors, Family, and DEMOCRATS!

 



It's All About Community

Keeping up with and participating in local government and community events is important and can be very informative. These are a few of the people that are making the difference in our County and State. Whether it's standing shoulder to shoulder to amplify our voice or sitting side by side while participating in our County Commissioner Court, city council and school board meetings. We ask that you join us and make your voice heard and your vote count. You matter and we are so glad you are here.

Johnson County Commissioners Court

August 2018