The Republican Party of Texas (RPT) Convention process occurs every two years, and is how the Republican grassroots... Read more from guest author Shelby Williams
Today, the Collin County Republican Party launched the formation of “Victory 2018” – a countywide Get-Out-The-Vote initiative aimed at increasing Republican voter turnout in the General Election, which will be held November 6, 2018. Learn More about how to get involved.
Find the Collin County results for the 2018 Republican Primary Election. These results only indicate those that are the winner of Collin County results. Some races might be in a runoff because their race covered multiple counties.
Make no mistake about it, the grassroots is strong, influential, and in the Republican Party the grassroots is not like anything else -- it determines the direction of the party, what the issues are, and ultimately who represents the party in political elections. Learn more about the primary process and get involved!
The 85th Session of the Texas Legislature put forward 7 Texas Constitutional amendments for citizens to vote on. We polled the Republican Precinct Chairs to get their recommendations for the survey. We had 50 of the 108 Republican Precinct Chairs respond. Contact us if you would like to get engaged in your community and [...]
Plano Election Results Place 2 Anthony Ricciardelli - 52.96% Ann Bacchus - 47.04% Place 8 Rick Smith - 53.1% David L. Downs - 46.9% Allen Election Results Place 2 Carl Clemencich - 63.98% Tabassum "Munia" Ahmad - 36.02% McKinney Election Results At Large Charlie Phillips - 57.23% Derek V. Baker [...]
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, [...]
A version of the blog post originally appeared on Candy Noble's Blog Texas Republicans now have a new Chairman. At Saturday’s State Republican Executive Committee meeting James Dickey, former Travis County Republican Chairman, was elected as our new Chair. Two great candidates stepped up to run for Chair following Tom Mechler’s resignation two weeks ago. [...]
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 [...]
Many readers of this site either stayed up late Tuesday night or woke up Wednesday morning to learn that the Republican Party had won a great victory, and controlled the United State Senate, the House of Representatives, and the Presidency. This would not have been possible without the many persons who contributed time, money, and [...]