CollinGOP Chairman George Flint has a thank you message for all of those involved in the Victory 2018 effort and calls for all Collin County Republicans to unify now for 2020.
If a city makes itself a “sanctuary city” by active or passive civil disobedience, then it should proudly accept the penalties of lost monies for road, public education, and the like.
Good evening, Welcome to the Collin County Republican Party’s 50th Anniversary of our Lincoln Day Dinner. We thank you for being here with us to celebrate and honor Congressman Sam Johnson’s service to Collin County, the State of Texas, and the United States. When the CollinGOP began our revolution, and took over all county [...]
As the hours go by, the devastating effects caused to our fellow Texans and Americans by Hurricane Harvey continue to pile up. Every minute there is a new report of flooding. The press is calling is "unprecedented flooding" and it may well be. Our heroic first responders are doing well what they can, but to rebuild and restore [...]
As the Chairman of the Collin County Republican Party, one of my jobs is to promote unity among the different “flavors” of Republicans. Because city council races are historically “non-partisan,” my neutrality stand has extended particularly to these races. However, as the Collin County Democrats have clearly put forward one of their own, Ann Bacchus, [...]
Last week, we published on our website the results of a survey conducted of Republican Precinct Chairs of their preferences in the city and school district races in Plano, Frisco, Allen and McKinney, as well as the County-wide race for Collin College Trustee and the Collin College Bond Issue. We have been criticized for [...]
One of my favorite songs has a chorus which begins "I am proud to be an American ...." As I listened to Donald Trump last night, I heard a person who is who sees a vision for America and its citizens where people have opportunity to grow, learn, develop, and prosper in freedom, happiness, and [...]
Chairman George Flint's statement about the announced retirement of Congress Sam Johnson -- Today, Sam Johnson, our honored Congressman, announced that he will not be seeking re-election in 2018. In his message, which I urge each of you to read, he talked about his faith and his hope in us and our country - strong [...]
July 21, 2016 Hard to believe but today was the last day of a great convention! The Texas Delegation had their team breakfast as usual this morning, and we got to sleep an extra 30 minutes (considering I went to bed at 3:00 AM this really helped!) Congressman Jeb Hensarling opened the breakfast talking about [...]
July 20, 2016 Good morning from Cleveland!! Wednesday was by far our busiest day yet, as we started with a 3 hour breakfast meeting, attended a major event for Senator Cruz, and then heard from a solid lineup of top speakers. At breakfast I was honored to lead the United States Pledge of Allegiance [...]