The New Leaders are Getting Ready.
Election Day was Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014! You did an great job of electing great candidates for all the top positions in Texas, starting with our new Governor-Elect Greg Abbott and Lt. Governor-Elect Dan Patrick and going all the way down to our Smith County judges, District Attorney and County and District Clerks. Congratulations on a job well done!
The Smith County Republican Party will not have an Executive Committee meeting in December, but will resume next calendar year. However, all the wonderful candidates you have elected are hard at work preparing to take office. Depending on the level of responsibility, this means everything from transferring duties at a previous job to organizing an entire transition staff and working full-time so they are ready to do your work when they take office. Why not remember them when you are baking holiday treats?!
Welcome to the Smith County Republican Party website. We invite you to check out our Facebook page, Smith County Republican Party -TX, for even more info! Also, please sign up for our quarterly e-letter on the right side of this page! If you want to become involved politically, now is definitely the time! You can work as little or as much as you’d like! Don’t forget to sign up for our newsletter on the right where you can receive updates every month or two. Perhaps you’d like to work in your own neighborhood, then let us know and we’ll connect you with your precinct chairman or if you don’t have one, then maybe even become one! If interested in volunteering, please contact our County Chairman, Tim McCormick by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know!
Our Executive Committee meets the 3rd Thursday of the month at 7:00 p.m. at our headquarters on S. Broadway, across from Arby’s in the shopping center with Jessica’s Spa and Mary’s Alterations. Feel free to drop by and meet us there! Also, look at our club page and find the Republican club in Smith County that best fits your interests. Thanks for visiting us.
When you get involved, you will make a difference!
May this Christmas be a time of blessing to you and your family.
Please take a moment to view the following video by Louisana State Senator Elbert Guillory on why he recently switched to the Republican party and left the Democrat party.