Fellow Republicans,

Welcome to the Hays County Republican Party website! Thank you for taking the time to visit. We are very proud of our party leadership and officeholders who work so hard to defend the conservative and Constitutional values that we all cherish.

As Chairman, it is an honor to help lead our great Party. Thank you for joining us in the fight to keep Hays County RED!

Russell Hayter
Chairman, Republican Party of Hays County

Coming Soon: HCRP Welcome Center

The Hays County Republican Party office in
San Marcos is moving to Kyle around Mid-August!

    Features of the new location:

  • Seats +/- 70 people
  • Lots of easy access parking
  • Kitchen & Food Service Bar
  • Stage
  • 200′ of fenced highway frontage (perfect for
    candidate signs)
  • Lots of interior sign display area

Many opportunities for volunteers to help with the build out, relocation and set up. Stay tuned for volunteer days.

Follow the progress on F

2020 Primary Runoff: Early Voting Locations / Dates / Times

2020 Primary Runoff Election
Early Voting Locations
Monday, June 29th – Thursday, July 2nd
Sunday, July 5th
Monday, July 6th – Friday, July 10th
8:00am to 5:00pm
10:00am to 5:00pm
7:00am to 7:00pm

San Marcos (click location or address for Google Map link)
Hays County Government Center 712 South Stagecoach Trail, San Marcos
Hays County Health Department / Live Oak Health 401 Broadway Street, #A, San Marcos
Kyle (click location or address for Google Map link)
Kyle City Hall 100 West Center Street, Kyle
Buda (click location or address for Google Map link)
Buda City Hall 405 East Loop Street, Buda
Wimberley (click location or address for Google Map link)
Wimberley Community Center 14068 Ranch Road 12, Wimberley
Dripping Springs (click location or address for Google Map link)
Hays County Precinct 4 Office 195 Roger Hanks Pkwy, Dripping Springs

Rep. Roger Williams – COVID-19 Update: Relief for Texans

As we continue navigating these uncertain times, it’s important to remember that the small steps we are taking right now are helping to flatten the impact of the coronavirus in our communities down the road. I want to take a moment to thank all of our 25th District front line workers who are protecting our families and keeping food on our tables. From doctors and nurses working around the clock putting the well-being of their patients before themselves, to farmers and truck drivers keeping the supply chain moving day in and day out, we say thank you. It is because of your selflessness and commitment that we will make it through.

Link to Rep. Roger Williams’ “COVID-19 Update: Relief For Texas” Newsletter

Toni Anne Dashiell – RNC Nation Committeewoman

Update on the Republican National Convention

From the Chairwoman

The energy is buzzing throughout the Carolinas and beyond as we continue to plan for the convention and recruit thousands of volunteers who are devoted to providing the best experience possible for all those who are attending. Our Charlotte team is working hard around the clock to ensure this is a historic convention that showcases the beautiful Queen City.

February Jobs Report Smashes Expectations

The February jobs report, released on Friday, once again smashed expectations. In just two months over 500,000 jobs been added to the economy, topping what experts predicted for all of 2020. In February, 273,000 jobs were added to the economy. At least 100,000 jobs have been created in 35 of the 39 months since the President was elected. The unemployment rate remains at 3.5%, a 50 year low. In February, wages grew 3% year over year and for 19 consecutive months wages have risen at or faster than 3%. Americans are coming off the sidelines and back into the workforce as labor force participation is close to the highest level since mid-2013.
All Americans continue to thrive in President Trump’s booming economy.

TX Railroad Commissioner Wayne Christian: Climate Change


I recently had the privilege of hearing Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy speak about American energy from his state’s perspective. He confirmed what I have believed for a long time, the greatest threat to American energy dominance isn’t a lack of innovation, technology, or markets, it is public opinion and the resulting draconian political policies of the far-left.
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