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  • Friday, January 22, 2010

    Austin/Travis County, TX Focus


    This comes from the Travis County Democratic Party:

    January 2010 Public Affairs Forums
    Sunday, January 24th
    Sundays, 11:30am-12:30pm
    First Unitarian Universalist Church of Austin
    4700 Grover Ave., Austin, TX 78756
    512-452-6168, No Charge, www.austinuu.org

    Terri Burke, Executive Director of the ACLU of Texas

    “Righting Texas’ Civil Wrongs”

    Terri Burke has been Executive Director of the ACLU of Texas for two years. A lifelong journalist, Terri was previously a political and investigative reporter. Including positions with the Dallas Morning News and the Austin American-Statesman. Despite urban area election results that suggest a more progressive population, our legislature and our courts continue to bow to a small percentage who would rewrite the U.S. Constitution to match their extremist views. Only through integrating grassroots education with lobbying and litigation can we stop the shotgun assault on the Constitution. She’ll discuss the ACLU of Texas’ strategic campaign to change state laws.

    Travis County Democratic Candidates' Forum
    Thursday, January 28, 2010, 6:00 p.m.
    Location Millennium Youth Complex just east of IH35, 1156 Hargrave,
    Co-hosted by:Travis County Democratic Party, Texans for Obama, Texas Environmental Democrats, Capital City Young Democrats, Austin Tejano Democrats, Capital Area Asian American Democrats, Black Austin Democrats, Capital Area Progressive Democrats, Lake Travis Democrats, Northeast Travis County Democrats, North Shore Democrats,and Circle C Area Democrats

    All candidates on the 2010 Primary ballot in Travis County have been invited to attend. Candidates will be responding to questions submitted by the individual clubs. Contact: Kim Hokanson, kimberlyhokanson@gmail.com, 512.905.4493

    FEBRUARY 1, 2010: Last day to register to vote for March 2nd primary elections.

    FEBRUARY 12, 2010: First day to apply for April 13th primary runoff election (if did not request runoff ballot on application for primary).

    FEBRUARY 16, 2010: First day of early voting for 2010 primary elections.

    FEBRUARY 26, 2010: Last day for early voting for 2010 primary elections.

    MARCH 2, 2010: 2010 Primary Election Day


    Here are some biodiesel stations near Austin, TX. Biodiesel is less polluting and has a smaller carbon footprint than regular diesel, and is produced right here in the USA. Biodiesel can be used in almost any diesel engine. Up to B20 (a 20 percent blend) any diesel engine, whether car or 18 wheeler or whatever, can use it. Above B20 some older engines may have problems, but newer engines should be ok.

    DieselGreen Fuels: 5217 Cesar Chavez St, Austin, TX 78702, 512-247-3835. Offers B20 (good for any diesel engine) and B100 (OK for newer diesel engines). Open 9-5.

    El Sol Logistics: 1114 Regal Row, Austin, TX 78748, 512-563-8142. Offers B100 (OK for newer diesel engines). Open 9-5 M-F

    Oaxacan Tamaleo: 1634 Hwy 71, Cedar Creek, TX 78612, 512-289-9262. Offers B100 (OK for newer diesel engines). CLOSED MONDAYS

    Ecowise: 110 W. Elizabeth St. Austin, TX 78704, 512-326-4474. Offers B100 (OK for newer diesel engines). Open M-SU 10-7PM.


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