Governor Abbott Postpones Runoff Primary Election In Response To COVID-19

March 20, 2020 | Austin, Texas | Press Release Governor Greg Abbott today issued a proclamation postponing the runoff primary election until July 14, 2020 — the same date as the special election for Texas State Senate District 14. The runoff election was originally scheduled for May 26th, but has been postponed in conjunction with the state’s ongoing efforts to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Continue reading “Governor Abbott Postpones Runoff Primary Election In Response To COVID-19”

(Postponed) SD 25 Convention

As you are likely aware, President Trump has recommended that all gatherings be limited to 10 people or fewer. Cities and businesses in Hays County have also taken community isolation measures in an effort to limit possible exposure to the COVID-19 virus.

Due to this extreme emergency, on Saturday, March 21st, we will declare our SD 25 meeting adjourned to reconvene at the call of the Temporary Convention Chair. The details of the location will be posted on the County Party website at least 72 hours prior to convention reconvening. The information will also be sent to the email addresses of all delegates who provided it on their precinct convention minutes or provide it to me at 9:00 a.m. at the Hays Hills Baptist Church in Buda.

If you have questions, please contact us. Most importantly, stay well.

Debi Christensen
Hays County Republican Party
Temporary Convention Chair

Vicki Alvord
Hays County Republican Party
Temporary Convention Secretary

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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