TARRANT COUNTY GOP NEEDS PATRIOTS, NOT PUSHOVERS
Washington D.C. is not the only place where the establishment resides. Right here in the Tarrant County GOP, there are dozens of delegates. precinct chairs, and elected officials that work overtime to keep incumbents in power and squelch outsiders, often labeling them as "alt-right" and "far-right." Conservative grassroots activists refer to those folks as "RINOs" or "Republicans in name only."
In order to keep Tarrant County red, we must fill every vacant precinct chair position with real conservatives, who are willing to make the sacrifices and commitments needed. It's not hard and it's not expensive but it is effective. Scroll down to learn more.
WHAT IS A TARRANT COUNTY PRECINCT?
Precincts are often referred to as "voting precinct." A precinct is the smallest political subdivision in Texas. Texas counties are divided into individual precincts that share communities of interest and are in all or most of the same political districts, such as legislative or congressional representatives.
WHAT IS A TARRANT COUNTY REPUBLICAN PRECINCT CHAIR?
A precinct chair is the Tarrant County Republican Party's elected representative and leader in their precinct. Precinct chairs are the backbone of the county's Republican Party. Their main responsibilities include contacting, organizing, and guiding Republican voters in their precinct. Precinct chairs are members of the party's County Executive Committee (CEC), which conducts the local business of the Party.
WHAT ARE THE QUALIFICATIONS TO BECOME A PRECINCT CHAIR?
A qualified candidate is elected to serve a two-year term, by Republican Primary voters in their precinct. Vacancies can be filled at any time during a term by a candidate filling out the application and receiving a majority vote at the next CEC meeting.
To become a Tarrant County Republican Party Precinct Chair, you must:
Be 18 years of age or older.
Be registered to vote in the precinct you wish to represent.
Reside in the precinct you wish to represent.
Have voted in the last Republican Primary Election.
WHAT DOES A PRECINCT CHAIR DO?
Precinct chairs are the contact person for the Tarrant County Republican Party in their neighborhood. They work to become familiar with other Republicans in the area, recruit and lead a neighborhood team, and promote Republican candidates and events when possible. Here are a few things precinct chairs work on:
Organizing their precinct in order to increase Republican voter turnout.
Motivating and mobilizing Republican voters to get them to the polls.
Registering Republican neighbors and friends to vote.
Serving on the County Executive Committee (CEC)-attending monthly CEC meetings.
Serving on CEC committees.
Plugging volunteers into county-wide efforts and local campaigns.
Bridging the gap between Republican voters and elected officials.
Assisting in recruiting election judges for Republican Primary and General elections.
WILL I BE TRAINED?
All Tarrant County Republican Party Precinct Chairs must go through a mandatory 4-hour class, which simply orientates you as a new-elected precinct chair. Beyond that, this is a community of (mostly) like-minded individuals who are ready and eager to help each other be successful.
ARE YOU FULLY COMMITTED TO PROMOTING CONSERVATIVE VALUES?
If so, then find out your precinct number by clicking here. Once you're finished, fill out the form below, and someone associated with the Tarrant County Republican Party will reach out about the next steps in the process.
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please email David@DavidLoweforTexas.org.