Meet our team
County Executive CommitteeFCDP County Executive Committee
The County Executive Committee (CEC) is responsible for overseeing county party operations including (but not limited to) collecting filing fees, appointing watchers, determining the order of names on the ballot, canvassing primary results, and setting and publicizing times and places for Precinct and County and Senatorial District and State Conventions among other responsibilities. Additionally, the CEC has primary responsibility for planning and coordinating the General Election campaigns of the Democratic Party’s nominees within the county. In the case of nominees running for office in districts which include areas outside of the county, the CEC works with the Senatorial District Committee (SDC) to get Democrats elected. The CEC will assist the SDC in raising funds for conducting local campaigns, supporting the statewide effort for the entire ticket, producing materials, and coordinating local services for all Democratic campaigns.
Precinct Chairs Precinct #
Becky Schenker 101N La Grange
David DeLuca 201E La Grange
Annette Holdeman 207 Round Top
Judy Balch 301W La Grange
Kirk Pate 316 Flatonia
The County Executive Committee may be contacted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, by voice message at 979-484-7925, or by mail at Fayette County Democratic Party, P.O. Box 131, La Grange, TX 78945.
Cecil WebsterSDEC Representative
Cecil Webster is a member of the State Democratic (Party) Executive Committee (SDEC), representing the 21 counties, or parts thereof, in Senate District 18. The SDEC constitutes the senior leadership of the Texas Democratic Party, with responsibility for providing oversight of party staff and statewide party activities. He has also served as county chair and a precinct chair of the Fayette County Democratic Party, and he has been elected as a delegate to the Democratic National Convention and a state delegate to every State Democratic Convention since 2008. Webster is a military veteran, having served 26 years of active duty in the U.S. Army, retiring as a colonel.