County Resolutions/Declarations

Comal County Passes Resolution in Support of Orange County’s Censure of Dade Phelan

On July 27, 2023, the Republican Party of Comal County, Texas adopted a resolution stating its full support of Republican Party of Orange County, Texas and all requested relief stated therein.  Click here to see the Resolution.

Orange County GOP Voted to Censure Dade Phelan

The Orange County GOP voted 14-6 on July 13, 2023, to censure Dade Phelan on the grounds of appointing Democrats as committee chairs, among others. Orange is the largest county in Phelan’s district.  Click here to see the Resolution.

Comal County Passes Resolution on Impeachment

Republican Executive Committee of Comal County passed a resolution condemning the impeachment of Attorney General Ken Paxton.

Click here to see the full resolution.

Comal County Republican Party Signs Border Resolution

On June 9, the Executive Committee of the Comal County Republican Party signed a resolution strongly supporting the exercise of the Texas Governor’s authority to control illegal immigration at our southern border.  Click here to see a copy of that resolution.

Declaration of Local State of Disaster

Kinney County proclaimed a local state of disaster pursuant to Section 418.108(a) of the Texas Government Code claiming an imminent threat of disaster from the cartel orchestrated invasion on the border with Mexico.

Click here to read the Declaration.

SREC Resolutions

Texas GOP Passes Unanimous Resolution Calling For Special Legislative Session On Colony Ridge

By Spencer Lindquist |

The Republican Party of Texas unanimously passed a resolution calling on Governor Greg Abbott to convene a special legislative session to address Colony Ridge, the massive housing development north of Houston that’s become a hub for illegal immigrants.

The resolution, which passed by a vote of 61-0, says a special legislative session must be convened in order to “prevent further settlement of illegal aliens in Colony Ridge and any other areas of Texas.” The power to call a special legislative session is with Abbott, who has already been urged by the state’s Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick to do the same.

Texas GOP leadership nearly unanimously calls on Speaker Phelan to resign

By By Bethany Blankley | The Center Square contributor,

In a nearly unanimous vote, the leaders of the Republican Party of Texas (RPT) approved a resolution Saturday calling on the speaker of the Texas House, Dade Phelan, R-Beaumont, to resign.

At a quarterly meeting held in Corpus Christi, members of the RPT’s Senate Republican Executive Committee (SREC) voted 58-2 to approve a resolution condemning Phelan for pushing through a rushed impeachment vote of Attorney General Ken Paxton – and pressuring members to vote for it – as well as voting for it himself. The resolution also condemns him for appointing Democrats to chair key committees who blocked conservative bills.

The State Republican Executive Committee of Texas Resolution on Impeachment

At their quarterly meeting on June 17, the SREC successfully passed a resolution, condemning the impeachment of Attorney General Ken Paxton. The resolution was authored by your SREC Committeeman Chris Byrd. The resolution passed with a vote of 53-11.