Feb 08

A Chair with Commitment and Consistency

Many are unaware that the Dallas County Republican Party (DCRP) has a County Chair, nor do they know the Chair’s name, or the significant role and responsibilities the County Chair performs.   Each of the 254 counties in Texas have or may have a Republican Party Chair. The Chair is an elected position and is on the Party’s primary ballot. The County Chair functions much like the local Party’s CEO. The responsibilities are vast and focus on high level executive administration overseeing the elections process, building infrastructure for GOTV (get out the vote), raising funds necessary to build tools to create vital candidate platforms, as well as organizing and managing an executive team –all while being fiscally conservative.   The role, when performed successfully requires a minimum of 40 to 60 hours a week, and is a voluntary, unsalaried position. 

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Jan 25

A Chair with Results

When I became the Dallas GOP Chair in August 2021, the Party was disorganized, in debt, and failing to provide essential functions for our conservative candidates.  Rather than stand on a bully pulpit and pontificate about the problems, I did what true leaders do – I rolled up my sleeves and got to work. I immediately began the repair of crucial relationships with donors to raise enough money to pay the rent and past due bills.  I recruited accomplished professionals to donate their time and leadership to the Party.  I hired an experienced and highly qualified Executive Director, and I put together vital committees to address candidate recruitment and training, poll worker and poll watcher recruitment, election integrity, and fundraising. The results speak for themselves.

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Jan 18

A Leader for All Republicans

Dallas County is a very diverse county.  And, the Republicans in Dallas County are equally diverse.  Over the years Dallas, like most large cities in our country, has trended toward more liberal attitudes and ideologies.  But I do not, nor should you accept this! To win as Republicans in Dallas County, we must embrace our differences and reach out to the many independent, undecided and new voters who share our interests; be inclusive; and cast a big open tent over the entire county. 

The Dallas GOP has begun the construction of its big tent, and it is growing. 

Together, let’s continue this momentum and win back Dallas County!  I am asking for your vote for re-election as Dallas GOP Chair in the Primary on March 5.

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