Tarrant County NEEDS YOU

Join Our Volunteer Force

Help Turn Tarrant County Blue!

The 2018 midterm election was a bellwether for Democrats in Tarrant County. Democratic voters turned out in unprecedented numbers to vote for candidates. Tarrant County is the last urban center in Texas that isn’t reliably blue, but with your help, we can change that.

If you want to join the fight for 2020, sign up to be a volunteer for TCDP! Due to the pandemic, some of our usual volunteer activities have been curtailed. But we still have plenty of opportunities as it is more important than ever to elect our candidates. Keep reading for more information about the work our volunteers do, or fill out an application now!

Voter Outreach

​One of our 2020 goals is to strengthen relationships in our community and bring Democrats together. Voter Outreach involves making phone calls, sending emails, and texting our TCDP friends to share information about upcoming events, election information, fundraising drives, and other party-related business.


Do you like social media? Graphic design? Marketing? Then we need you to help spread the word! We need social media managers, content creators, copy writers, editors, designers, and marketers to produce consistent, informative, and beautiful messaging in multiple spaces.

Voter Registrar

Volunteer Deputy Registrars in Tarrant and surrounding counties are organized by our Voter Registration Committee and the Voter Registration Initiative. VRI plans registration events around the county to target likely Democrats and ensure that everyone has a chance to get to the polls.

Election Judge or Clerk

These are official, paid positions with the Tarrant County Elections Administration. Election clerks help set-up and run polling locations under the supervision of election judges. Election judges are assigned to each polling location to make sure the election is conducted securely and fairly. For more information, visit our Election Worker page.


If you have special skills or interests, please let us know. For example, if you are bilingual, or a teacher, or an expert in computer programming, we can find a way to use your skillset to help elect Democrats!


  • Going door-to-door to talk to voters. This is the most effective way to engage with voters, and it’s more fun than you might think. Block-walkers work in teams to quickly canvass the voters in a neighborhood. Want to knock on doors in your neighborhood now? Join at: txdem.co/blockwalk​.

3130 Plumwood St,
Fort Worth, TX 76111


9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Monday – Thursday
Or By Appointment

Contact the Voter Protection Hotline to report any irregularities or obstacles to voting at 844-TX-VOTES.