We are addressing the challenges we face by building on the foundation of our predecessors and building a robust organization that is meeting these challenges head-on. Collin County is strong because of the Republican principles we support. The Collin County Republican Party intends to keep it that way in 2020 and beyond.
Few days stir the emotions inside me like Veterans Day does. Both of my parents served in the Navy... Matt Foster shares his experiences of being in the armed forces and just what this day means to him and his family.
Fellow Republicans and citizens who are not but probably should be, thank you for joining with me as we greet people during this season with the words “Merry Christmas.” This year, we all know people who are dealing with sorrow and trouble, who are detached from loved ones or who are lonely, or who [...]
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.
(Editor’s Note: I found this quote a few weeks ago. Although it is very old, it is still pertinent today, and proves the old saying “the more things change the more things stay the same”. Please read it first before looking for the author and date). I am a Republican, as the two great [...]
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.
Government at every level has a proper role which is simple to understand, but it is not easy to achieve. Learn more in this special guest post from Collin County Judge Keith Self.
Even though we only met last month, the State Republican Executive Committee met last weekend in Austin. Our next meeting will be April 6-7, and my final one will be just prior to the June 14 State Convention. I apologize for sending this out much later than I usually do—the campaign is keeping me [...]
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.