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Julie Oliver at Democracy After Dark – Austin, TX

Poli Pix Co. recently ran a contest on its social media channels (@PoliPixCo) to volunteer some event photography to a candidate or party office, continuing our project to enhance Democratic narratives around the Southwest.

Thanks to some tremendous volunteers and supporters, Julie Oliver received the most submissions! Oliver is a tremendous candidate with a compelling personal story and comes equipped with over 20 years of experience in healthcare finance and as an attorney. Poli Pix was thrilled to volunteer a little bit of our time at this event  – Democracy After Dark at Austin’s Kerbey Lane Cafe – and at another a few days later.

Other candidates in attendance pictured are Democratic congressional candidate for TX-21 Joseph Kosper and candidate for Austin City Council, District 9, Danielle Skidmore.

 

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El Paso Gets Its Beto Back

At the end of August, Beto O’Rourke concluded a 34-day tour of town halls across Texas with a high-energy event at Downtown El Paso’s 501 Bar & Bistro. Welcoming back their U.S. Representative, El Pasoans joined together for a jovial occasion only fitting of a homecoming! Here are a couple of our images from the event:

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Beto Town Hall Tour to Midland, TX

Beto O’Rourke, nearing 34 straight days speaking with Texans at town halls across the state, stopped again in Midland at the Grand Texan Hotel and Convention Center for a town hall event. O’Rourke shared his policy positions with several hundred people crowded in for what became yet another standing room only event.

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Beto Heads to Sweetwater, TX

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Town Hall w/Beto O’Rourke – Hamilton, TX

Poli Pix is thrilled to share these photos from Hamilton, TX. Set in its colorful community center, the event welcomed Beto O’Rourke, Kim Olson, Julie Oliver, and other candidates for office to speak to the gathered audience of 300+ engaged voters.

We spoke with the town hall’s local organizers, who told us they were excited to see such a high number in attendance, given registered Democrats in their community only make up approximately 100.

A handful of our images from the event: