Dallas Precinct 2038, M Streets/Glencoe

Dallas Precinct 2038, M Streets/Glencoe Political events, community involvement and public service information for the residents of Precinct 2038 in the Glencoe Park, M-Streets neighborhood of East Dallas.

Precinct 2038 is a Democratic "blue" precinct in Dallas County. Dallas County Precinct 2038 is a majority Democratic ("blue") precinct. It is located in the MStreets/Glencoe Park neighborhood of Dallas. It sits between 75 Central Expressway and Lower Greenville Ave, with its northern border running just to the north of Mockingbird Lane (Pheonix apts) and extending south to include the north side of Goliad. Dallas County Democratic Party Precinct Chair: Annette Krausse

Operating as usual

Rep. Colin Allred
01/14/2021

Rep. Colin Allred

A week ago today, our democracy faced one of its most serious threats in our history — a violent insurrection incited by the President of the United States. This President presents a serious danger to our democracy, which is why I voted today to impeach him.

My full statement:

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01/10/2021
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'We're exhausted': Parts of the hospital not meant to hold patients are being converted into patient areas as COVID-19 hospitalization numbers surge across North Texas. #ICYMI

Rep. Colin Allred
01/08/2021

Rep. Colin Allred

Wednesday's attacks on the Capitol were a serious threat to our democracy, and we must hold those responsible accountable. We must take immediate action which is why I’ve joined my colleagues in demanding House leadership reconvene Congress so we can condemn this violence.

Election Day is tomorrow, Tuesday, December 8th. You can vote at any Dallas County Voting Center from 7am-7pm. Find whic...
12/07/2020

Election Day is tomorrow, Tuesday, December 8th. You can vote at any Dallas County Voting Center from 7am-7pm. Find which locations are near you at https://dall1229.maps.arcgis.com/.../webapp.../index.html...
Don't forget that you can also curbside vote at ANY location if you are disabled or unable to enter the voting location.

Ignore the distractions. Look at the facts. Help me to protect our schools. With less funding coming from the state in 2021 because of Covid, we need someone who will hold the administration accountable for wasteful and irresponsible spending and who will not be a rubber stamp.

Election Day is tomorrow, Tuesday, December 8th. You can vote at any Dallas County Voting Center from 7am-7pm. Find which locations are near you at https://dall1229.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=44c16c95fc794176a4853fe28a2eedde

Don't forget that you can also curbside vote at ANY location if you are disabled or unable to enter the voting location.

VOTE!
11/28/2020

VOTE!

Early voting continues tomorrow morning at 8 am! Be sure to spread the word. Find voting locations and more details at nancy4disd.com/runoff

If you've already voted, check out one of our volunteer opportunities here: https://www.facebook.com/pg/NancyForDISD/events/

Early voting in the Dallas ISD D2 runoff starts today. During the time the incumbent has been on the board, NAEP scores ...
11/23/2020

Early voting in the Dallas ISD D2 runoff starts today. During the time the incumbent has been on the board, NAEP scores have gone down, teacher turnover has gone up, more than half of our teachers now have less than 5 years of teaching experience, and mismanagement of funds is prevalent.

It's time we put kids first! Vote Nancy for Rodriguez at the following locations:
Our Redeemer Lutheran Church (on Park Lane)
Oak Lawn Library (on Cedar Springs where the Kroger is)
Samuell Grand Rec Center

Early voting in the Dallas ISD D2 runoff starts today. During the time the incumbent has been on the board, NAEP scores have gone down, teacher turnover has gone up, more than half of our teachers now have less than 5 years of teaching experience, and mismanagement of funds is prevalent. It's time we put kids first!

Vote Nancy for Rodriguez at the following locations:

Our Redeemer Lutheran Church (on Park Lane)
Oak Lawn Library (on Cedar Springs where the Kroger is)
Samuell Grand Rec Center

11/20/2020
Nancy Rodriguez for DISD Trustee

Nancy Rodriguez for DISD Trustee

We need to invest in our classrooms and our neighborhood schools. Class sizes in DISD continue to increase despite declining enrollment. Why is this? Perhaps it is because, during the time my opponent has been a Trustee, there has been an increase in non-campus headcount of approximately 1400. At the same time, overall campus staff has decreased by 357. In other words, we are spending more money on administration despite declining enrollment. This is not a good use of our taxpayer dollars. We must put money into our classrooms in order to improve student outcomes.

If elected, my promise to you is to put kids first - not special interests.

Hard working donkeys!!
11/12/2020

Hard working donkeys!!

Mockingbird Community Church on McMillan or Geneva Heights Elementary are right in our neighborhood!
11/01/2020
Joanna Cattanach for Texas

Mockingbird Community Church on McMillan or Geneva Heights Elementary are right in our neighborhood!

If you haven't voted yet, here's a Google map of all the Election Day voting centers in and near House District 108. Polls will be open 7am-7pm on Tuesday, November 3, 2020. Turnout is historic because our district wants new, responsive leadership. Please go vote on Tuesday, or tell friends and family to vote if they haven't yet. Let's finish what we started!

10/31/2020

BREAKING NEWS: Trump finally releases his healthcare plan and provides this accompanying announcement.

Alexan Lower Greenville
10/30/2020

Alexan Lower Greenville

Trick or Treat!🎃 Find spooky great deals and specials in the following Greenville Businesses on October 31st, Halloween night. There will be candy!! ✨👻
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Mark Cuban tonight!You are invited to "Get Out The Vote: A Conversation on the Future of Small Business and Entrepreneur...
10/28/2020

Mark Cuban tonight!
You are invited to "Get Out The Vote: A Conversation on the Future of Small Business and Entrepreneurship" with Maya Harris, Shark Tank star Mark Cuban, Executive Chairman of KIND Snacks Daniel Lubetzky, and Biden for President Deputy Campaign Manager Rufus Gifford.
https://www.mobilize.us/joebiden/event/358675/

Tonight @6pm! You are invited to "Get Out The Vote: A Conversation on the Future of Small Business and Entrepreneurship" with Maya Harris, Shark Tank star MARK CUBAN, Executive Chairman of KIND Snacks Daniel Lubetzky, and Biden for President Deputy Campaign Manager Rufus Gifford.
https://www.mobilize.us/joebiden/event/358675/

Still time! Want one? I’ll deliver. 214-507-1383– Annette
10/22/2020

Still time! Want one? I’ll deliver. 214-507-1383– Annette

Joanna Cattanach for Texas
10/14/2020

Joanna Cattanach for Texas

🗳 Oct. 13 - 30: Early Voting Location in HD108 and polls are open 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. on Mondays - Saturdays and 1 - 6 p.m. Sundays and please remember to wear a mask, bring ID, and vote down ballot for Joanna Cattanach for State Representative in HD108.

Can you hang literature on the Democratic doors along your street this week?! Send me a message or call me at 214-507-12...
10/11/2020

Can you hang literature on the Democratic doors along your street this week?!
Send me a message or call me at 214-507-1283 and get your walking shoes on! Your help is needed to encourage votes for Democrats in EVERY race on the ballot.
Let's do this! -- Annette Krausse, Precinct Chair

Awesome!
10/11/2020

Awesome!

BREAKING: Joe Biden has officially endorsed my campaign for State House District 108! Vice President Biden knows that we can’t just win the White House--we need to flip seats up and down the ballot. On to November! Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee - DLCC

Postcards for our precinct!
10/01/2020

Postcards for our precinct!

In our hood. Love it!
09/29/2020

In our hood. Love it!

I have three of each! If you want one, please message me here or Annette Krausse
09/26/2020

I have three of each! If you want one, please message me here or Annette Krausse

08/30/2020

Let's make some calls in to our house district today! 4pm. Please sign up!

Dallas Precinct 2038, M Streets/Glencoe's cover photo
08/18/2020

Dallas Precinct 2038, M Streets/Glencoe's cover photo

SIGNS UP! Want one?Message me here or at 214-507-1283.
07/28/2020

SIGNS UP! Want one?
Message me here or at 214-507-1283.

Mr.Lakewood
07/17/2020

Mr.Lakewood

Mike & Julia unveil amazing Granada Theater renovation:

“After consulting with a paint historian, we restored the theater to its original colors while still maintaining the historic integrity of the murals, the trim, and the film goddess!”

Photo by Jay Simon.

https://www.granadatheater.com

Remember to VOTE tomorrow at ANY Dallas Cnty location 7am-7pm, and wear a mask for the health and safety of all of us. V...
07/14/2020
Dallas County, TX Elections | Elections Information

Remember to VOTE tomorrow at ANY Dallas Cnty location 7am-7pm, and wear a mask for the health and safety of all of us.
Visit dallascountyvotes.org for a list of all polling locations.

Dallas County Health Protocols for Voters at Polling Place May 2 Election Postpone by Governor Proclamation Tuesday – July 14, 2020 Democratic Primary Runoff Election CLICK ON IMAGES TO VIEW PERTAINING VIDEO OF EQUIPMENT. ExpressVote‐ Ballot Marking Device DS 200‐ Ballot Tabulator ...

07/12/2020
Nancy Rodriguez for DISD Trustee

Nancy Rodriguez for DISD Trustee

If there was ever a time for the Serenity Prayer, that time is now. Over the past several weeks I have been calling my clients checking on their kids, and when I ask if they have any questions, they unload. They’re caught in limbo as are all of us. They worry about safety. They worry about their kids being retained, falling behind, about going to work, about not going to work, about the bills that keep coming in the wake of this uncertainty. I listen, taking it all in, hearing the worry and anxiety in their voices. I know I can’t give them the answers they seek. No one can. I tell them I’m in a similar situation; they’re not the only ones. I tell them that this situation we find ourselves in is temporary. Hold on to that. In my own family we’ve decided not send my daughter back to in-person school this Fall. It’s not the end of the world. So what if she misses a year? She’ll be fine. I’m not going to stress about home schooling. We’ll do what we can.

Thankfully I’m blessed. I lean towards happiness and positivity. I look for the silver lining in every cloud. I scan the possibilities and see what can change. And when I can’t change something, I put it down and leave it be. I believe in myself and I believe in the goodness of humanity because we are more than data, numbers, test scores. This whole situation has taught us that. I measure progress in the kindness of strangers, in the box of food delivered to a friend in need, in the courage and willingness of our essential workers, in the kind words of a text, in the patience we demonstrate towards others, in the smiles of our children, and in the passion and perseverance of our teachers who are determined to navigate these uncharted waters despite the obstacles.

So what can we do? We can continue to stay engaged with our elected officials and superintendent. They need to hear our ideas and concerns. We can advocate for teachers to have a place at the table. We can vote out of office officials who don’t respect us, listen, or care. We can extend grace to our leaders when there are no good options available for them to choose. We can start polling school personnel to see how many are willing to appear in person. We can look at hiring more staff if needed and providing hazard pay. We can ask the district to err on the side of fiscal caution and scale back the bond. We can look at a hospital home bound option for our medically fragile students. We can cut administrative costs and re-evaluate the DISD police budget, especially if fewer students are going to be in school. We can stop opening new choice schools for which there is little demand and that create big logistical issues like transportation. We can look to fill jobs in the district with our families who may be out of work. We can insist every non-verbal child that needs a communication device has one. We’re talking about equipping our families with technology, hot spots, access to online learning but our special needs kids often lack the resources and equipment they need. Insist that technology includes our most vulnerable students. We can reassign central staff to help out in the schools because this really is an “all hands on deck” situation.

But most of all we can look out for each other. We can extend a hand, when we can, and we can ask for help when we need it. We can give each other the benefit of the doubt and recognize that we’re all scared, all worried and all confused. And we can get through this together.

And when there is no good solution in sight we can accept the things we cannot change.

Today is the last day to vote early in the primary runoff elections! You have until 7pm! Samuell Grand Rec Center or Our...
07/10/2020
MyTexasVotes.com | Everything you need to vote >>

Today is the last day to vote early in the primary runoff elections! You have until 7pm! Samuell Grand Rec Center or Our Redeemer Lutheran are closest locations.
Fins other polling places at MyTexasVotes.com, grab your mask, and head to the polls 🤠

Everything you need to know to vote!

Dr. Anthony Fauci says the average age of U.S. coronavirus patients has dropped by 15 years as Sun Belt states gets hit
07/06/2020
Dr. Anthony Fauci says the average age of U.S. coronavirus patients has dropped by 15 years as Sun Belt states gets hit

Dr. Anthony Fauci says the average age of U.S. coronavirus patients has dropped by 15 years as Sun Belt states gets hit

The average age of new coronavirus patients has dropped by roughly 15 years compared with only a few months ago as the coronavirus reignites in America's Sun Belt, White House health advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci said Monday. Fauci, director of the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases,...

Early voting for the Democratic Primary Runoff begins tomorrow, June 29! Our sample ballot is below. Find early voting l...
06/29/2020

Early voting for the Democratic Primary Runoff begins tomorrow, June 29! Our sample ballot is below. Find early voting locations and times at
https://www.dallascountyvotes.org/wp-content/uploads/200714_EVLocations-1.pdf

06/16/2020

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Former Precinct Chair, Annette Krausse; this page is no longer the official precinct chair page, but is changed to "Neighbors of Precinct 2038"

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2145071283

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Tonight! 6pm-7:30pm Where: 5500 block of Morningside Avenue National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live. Hot dogs and extras prepared onsite by Trader Joe’s! We’ll have plenty for the kiddos to do as well: bounce house, inflatable toddler play area, Giant Jenga, Giant Connect Four, etc.
M-Streets Life Magazine has put together a tour of four beautiful homes in the M-Street area. Proceeds go to the Mockingbird Elementary Gardens and Geneva Heights Peace Pantry! Tickets are $25 each. Special offer: Use the code NEIGHBOR for a $10 discount!
The Texas Civil Rights Project released its Election Protection Report today, covering the problems they found in the 2018 midterms. At least 277,628 voters were harmed by Texas’ election administration failures.
From Rep. Gina Hinojosa (HD49): Charter schools continue to receive a greater share of the state’s money. Charters receive more per-student funding than 94% of all students in Texas and by law they don’t have to take all kids.
LOST DOG- Female named "NALA". She jumped over the fence this morning (11/9) around 9am at this address: 5342 Morningside Ave, Dallas, TX 75206. Closest MAJOR cross street MCCOMMAS & 75 . She does not have her collar on but she is microchipped. She is skittish so don't chase after her just get a treat and call her name. Please message, call, or text Holly Ann. 508- 768-8904
Neighbors in HD108! Joanna can win this, but she needs our help. Let's show her what our precinct is made of! Check out her calendar of daily volunteer events. Want to phone bank or poll greet? Please sign up!
Volunteers needed to deliver Joanna Cattanach signs. Interested? Message me or call 214-507-1283. Thank you!
Democratic Primary RUN-OFF early voting begins Monday, May 14th and ends Friday, May 18th. Our nearest early voting location (or check http://www.dallascountyvotes.org for a more convenient location): Our Redeemer Lutheran Church: 7611 Park Lane Dallas, TX 75225 https://www.dallascountyvotes.org/early-voting-information/
Remember! Parking is very limited on Saturday, as the City tries to control traffic and pedestrian flow. Note the green arrows for traffic flow. Red indicates no parking on that side of the street. HAVE A FUN AND SAFE ST. PATTY'S DAY!
Tonight at the Dallas County Democratic Party office!
SD16 Convention attendees! Want to reserve a box lunch at convention? Rreserve and prepay for your preferred meal here: