The RCCC showed a lot of yellow spirit for Senator Campbell’s birthday month of September. She had lots to tell us on September 28th about since the last time she’d been here, such as all the legislation from three special sessions and one regular legislative session. As always at these meetings, the food was delicious and there were patriotic door prizes awarded. To hear Senator Campbell’s speech, you can watch the livestream posted on the TXSD25 facebook page.
There was a full room at the Tusculum Brewing Company in Boerne on September 23rd, 2021 to hear Lt. Col. William E. Brown (Ret.). We also enjoyed the presentation of the colors by the Boerne High School ROTC, heard from candidates such as Shane Stolarcyk, and got an update from Senator Campbell’s district director, Joyce Yanuzzi. The next meeting will feature “El Conservador,” radio commentator and border expert George Rodriguez.
The County Executive Committee meeting chaired by John Austin was held at the Firefighters Hall in San Antonio, and was livestreamed by Karen Marshall on her personal facebook page. The video is split into three parts, in order to leave out most of the party’s financial and budget information, as naturally that does not need to be posted on the world wide web. Commentary provided in the video is her own and not approved by SREC Committeeman Mark Dorazio.
Highlights of the meeting included a visit from Texas Court of Criminal Appeals Judges Mary Lou Keel, Scott Walker and Jesse F. McClure III, and Judge Lori Valenzuela swearing in the crop of new precinct chairs. The meeting got heated at times when new business was brought up. Here are the livestreams:
These candidates are Matt Rinaldi, David Covey, Chad Wilbanks and Bill Burch. One of these four will be elected by the members of the State Republican Executive Committee on July 11th at the special meeting in Lewisville, Texas.
This election meeting will be livestreamed on the TXSD25 facebook page, and is scheduled to start at 2:00 PM CST.
If you have a strong preference for which candidate you would like to see elected, you should contact your SREC Committeeman and Committeewoman to let them know who you would like them to vote for. If you live in Senate District 25 (Donna Campbell’s district), then Mark Dorazio and Krissy Coons are your SRECs.
The new chairman will serve until the next state convention, in 2022.
Monday, January 25, 2021 at the Hays County Republican Party Welcome Center
On this evening, a certain “intrepid photographer” managed to alarm the good people of the Hays Republican Party upon arrival, until she “checked out” as being a fellow Republican of good intent.
Chairman Bob Parks and the County Vice Chairman had a lot of election information and important upcoming efforts they conveyed to the conscientiously spaced attendees of this meeting. SREC Committeeman Terry Harper presented RPT Legislative Priority information. SREC Committeeman Mark Dorazio and SREC Committeewoman Naomi Narvaiz also attended the meeting to gather and exchange information with the Hays County Republicans.
Hays volunteers have furnished their welcome center delightfully patriotically, with a marvelous curated collection of American, Texan, and Republican pictures and authentic memorabilia.
The ladies who organized this project did a superb job from start to finish, rallying volunteers and providing all the supplies for making the hundreds of heartfelt Valentines created which will be delivered to troops in Kuwait by Valentine’s Day. They thought of everything! The event included delicious homemade baked treats, wine, and many generously donated door prizes.
Hays County Republican Welcome Center, January 27, 2021
Kaci Sisk has every reason to be very proud of the blockbuster success of this club’s kickoff event on Thursday, January 21, 2021 in Spring Branch at the River Crossing Club.
Chairman of the Republican Party of Texas, Col. Allen West (Ret.), gave an inspiring speech, as always, to a totally packed room. He earned a standing ovation, and then Diane Zornow and Kaci Sisk concluded the evening with announcements of great plans for this organization.
Guadalupe County put on a very good convention on Saturday, June 13, 2020 at the Guadalupe County Justice Center. The very effective and friendly team running the convention were Chair Karen Hale, Secretary Kara Latimer, Parliamentarian (and city councilwoman) Allison Hayward, Nominations Chairman Fernando Hayward, and Schertz Mayor Ralph Gutierrez.
Glenn Meeker brought up some very well-considered criminal justice resolutions to the convention, and SREC Committeeman Mark Dorazio, and SREC Committeewoman candidates Kris Coons and Sharon Hall made remarks to the assembly.
On March 13, 2020 Bexar County Republican Women, the oldest Republican Women’s Club in Texas, held a huge meeting featuring Republican Party of Texas Chairman, James Dickey, as the speaker. Chairman Dickey told the club’s members and guests about the state party’s successful efforts at candidate recruitment and training, and recent special elections wins. Many Primary Runoff candidates were among the audience.
Karla Wentworth, Judge Tom Rickhoff, Karen Newton and Ellen Pfeiffer
Lots of ladies were sporting green, so close to St. Patrick’s Day
Bulverde Area Republican Women leaders Kaci Sisk and Diane Zornow ran a fabulous meeting as usual on March 9 at the Hampton in Bulverde.
The speakers, the Greater Bulverde Area Chamber of Commerce President, Rhonda Zunker, Bulverde Mayor Bill Krawietz, and Bulverde City Manager Danny Batts, gave a super “state of the city” presentation which detailed the development of the city up to now and the anticipated growth and development in the future.