Elizabeth Warren & Julián Castro To Hold A Huge Town Hall In San Antonio On Thursday, Feb. 27th

Texas Kossacks, mark your calendars:

Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren and Secretary Julian Castro are coming to San Antonio next week.

The pair will hold a town hall event at the Sunset Station Lone Star Pavilion at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 27.

The town hall is set to begin at 6:30 p.m. and is free and open to the public, according to Warren’s website.

Tickets aren’t required, however, Warren urges attendees to RSVP on her website.

More Info:

Sunset Station Lone Star Pavilion
1174 E Commerce St
San Antonio, TX 78205

Click here to RSVP.

By the way, Warren picked up a big endorsement from Texas recently:

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Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo announced Friday she is endorsing Democratic candidate Elizabeth Warren for president.

The announcement came nearly a week after Mayor Sylvester Turner announced his endorsement for former New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg.

“The Elizabeth Warren you speak with one-on-one is the same Elizabeth you see on the stump,” said Hidalgo on Twitter. “She's a genuine person who will tell you exactly what she believes and where she stands.”

As we wait for the full results to come in from Nevada, Warren is focused heavily on Super Tuesday and the Progressive Change Campaign Committee is continuing to help her get ready for Super Tuesday:

Nevada Caucus results are just starting to come in.

Elizabeth Warren got a HUGE BOOST between early votes cast before she dismantled billionaire Mike Bloomberg in the debate and today's voting after the debate. In some places, she got as much as a 20 or 25 point jump! HUGE!

Warren showed that she can outshine everyone, beat the billionaires, and beat Trump.

The top priority for all candidates is momentum going into Super Tuesday — and Warren's clearly got it. Please help maximize her momentum. Donate $20 to her campaign and our work to elect her here.

A bunch of great precinct results are below!

On CNN, commentator Jess Mcintosh pointed out: “I'm waiting to see what the split between the early vote versus day of vote because that great debate that she had where she eviscerated Michael Bloomberg happened just in time to miss the early vote.”

Today, Nevada voter Hercules Vesic emailed you saying, “I messed up. I voted early in Nevada for Pete Buttigieg. Then I saw Elizabeth Warren in this week's debate and at a local rally — and I fell in love. I thought: WOW. She is INSPIRING…She will be a transformational president. I wish I could change my early vote.”

The good news is that voting is coming up in most of America, just as Warren is surging. Please donate to her campaign and our work to support her today.

Thanks for being a bold progressive.

— The PCCC Elections Team

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The top priority for all candidates is momentum going into Super Tuesday — and Warren's clearly got it. Please help maximize her momentum. Donate $20 to her campaign and our work to elect her here.

Thanks for being a bold progressive.

— The PCCC Elections Team

Click here to donate to Warren’s campaign.

Also, be sure to vote for Warren in Democracy for America’s presidential endorsement poll. Click here to vote for Warren!