Your Vote is Your Voice

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An Open Letter on Political Action To the Republican Citizens of Collin County, Texas This is a simple message, but a hard one. There is no such thing as a “Silent Majority.” The only majority is the one who votes and wins. The people who vote and win the vote are the majority, by definition. […]

We are All Victims

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Seeing the most recent political ads, where the Democrat candidate accuses the Republican candidate of being insensitive because the Republican is in a wheelchair and allegedly does not pay enough attention to other “victims,” I started thinking about victims and who they are. We are all victims. Yes, it is true. We may be victims […]

Don’t Bust the Spending Cap

By: Konni Burton, Republican Nominee Senate District 10 – website Senator Brandon Creighton, Newly Elected State Senator District 4 – website Bob Hall, Republican Nominee Senate District 2 (no major party opposition) – website Representative Van Taylor, Republican Nominee Senate District 8 (no major party opposition) – website Texas leads the nation in job growth […]

Well Wishes for Congressman Ralph Hall

Chairman George Flint and the Collin County Republican Party family wish Congressman Ralph Hall and full and speedy recovery. Congressman Hall is a statesman and one of a kind and we send our prayers and best wishes to him! You can read more about Congressman Ralph Hall on our Elected Officials page.

It Takes a Team

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On Labor Day, I gave a speechette (small speech) to around 750 Collin County Republicans and their friends who attended our Labor Day – Keep Texas Red Rally. While talking, it struck me that there is a big difference between “It takes a village” and “It takes a team.” Likewise, there are parallel and substantial […]