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Denton Together Works for Municipal Voter Turnout

Denton Together Works for Municipal Voter Turnout

Pictured above – From left: Brandon Chase-McGee, Diana Leggett, Ira Bershad and Gina Daly comprise Denton Together’s leadership team. Photo courtesy of Ira Bershad.

DENTON COUNTY, TEXAS — Denton Together is working to ensure that voters turn out for the upcoming municipal election on Saturday, May 1, 2021.   

Saturday, March 6, 2021, Denton Together held the first of a series of actions planned to educate voters about candidates in Denton, Lewisville and Little Elm. Volunteers came to pick up postcards they could fill out later. This activity titled Fuel50 Dems was the first of three.

Of Denton Together’s efforts, President Ira Bershad stated, “Denton Together wants to increase voter participation in Denton County. Increasing voter turnout for municipal elections is just one way our members can help ensure a healthy democracy in their own neighborhoods and have fun while doing so.”

Denton Together was formed as a PAC in August 2020.

Concluded Bershad, “We welcome anyone who wants to volunteer to help reach and educate voters about our municipal candidates and what’s at stake in these elections.”

Pictured Left: Ira Bershad, president of Denton Together, and Vicki Byrd, Denton City Council District 1 candidate. Photo courtesy of Ira Bershad.

For more information, visit dentontogether.com.

Denton Together is promoting progressive politics through grassroots organizing and outreach.

Jamell Johnson, Little Elm Town Council Place 5 candidate, and Ira Bershad, Denton Together president. Photo courtesy of Ira Bershad.
Lewisville High School seniors (from left) Lydia Bol, Haylee Ballard, Morris Parker-Mims and Alexa Vargas joined in Denton Together’s efforts. Photo courtesy of Ira Bershad.

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