Turning Texas Blue: What it Will Take to Break the GOP Grip on America’s Reddest State
Join us Thursday, April 21st for an evening of political discussion as Mary Beth Rogers, best-selling author and the last person to run a successful campaign to put a Democrat, Ann Richards, in the governor’s office, talks about how Democrats can punch holes in the big red political bubble that has covered Texas for 25 years. Change won’t come easily, says Rogers. But if Texas shifts to even a pale shade of purple, it changes everything in American politics today. This is going to be a fascinating conversation – don’t miss it!
Our meeting will be held at Los Tios Restaurant, 4840 Beechnut St. The dutch treat meal will begin at 6pm, with presentation and discussion to begin at 7pm.
We encourage anyone who would like to attend to RSVP, as this has the makings of a very popular and useful event in our ramp-up toward turning out the vote this November!
Mary Beth Rogers book, Turning Texas Blue, will be available for purchase and signing at the event for books that are reserved with your RSVP. The cost of the book is $26.99 ($29.22 including tax).
Please reserve your book when you RSVP. Cash and checks will be accepted.
ABOUT MARY BETH ROGERS
MARY BETH ROGERS is a successful and experienced campaign manager. Rogers previously held the Lloyd M. Bentsen Chair in Business and Public Policy at the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin before becoming president and CEO of the PBS affiliate in Austin. Rogers is the author of Cold Anger: A Story of Faith and Power Politics and Barbara Jordan: American Hero. She lives in Dallas, TX.