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Election Watch Party 2016

Posted on Nov 1, 2016 in Blog with comments

MARK YOUR CALENDARS! Our 2016 Official Watch Party will be at Austin's Big Daddy's Burgers and Bar, located at the corner of Burnet and 183, in northwest Austin.

RSVP here:
https://www.facebook.com/events/444490969054537

or email communications@travisgop.com

We understand this may be a late night ...

Buy "13 Hours" and help the Travis GOP

Posted on Oct 25, 2016 in Blog with comments

Purchase a SIGNED copy of the book "13 Hours" and help raise funds for the Travis County Republican Party!

Co-author Kris "Tanto" Paranto was our guest for our inaugural "Hero Night" fundraiser, and was kind enough to sign additional copies of his book for us to sell to those who could not make it to the event.  To get your copy call headquarters at (512)302-1776 or email executive_director@travisgop.com.

Price: $25 (including autograph). Proceeds go to helping us elect conservatives in Austin and beyond!

Thank you to our Hero Night heroes!

Posted on Oct 17, 2016 in Blog with comments

GOLD ($1,500)

U.S. Senator Ted Cruz

Land Commissioner George P. Bush

Railroad Commissioner Ryan Sitton

U.S. Representative Michael McCaul

U.S. Representative Lamar Smith

U.S. Representative Roger Williams

State Representative Paul Workman

Bob Thomas, Thomas Graphics, Inc.

 

SILVER ($1,000)

County Commissioner Gerald Daugherty

 

BRONZE ($500)

Railroad Commissioner Christi Craddick

U.S. Representative Bill Flores

3rd COA Chief Justice Jeff Rose

Complete list of donors ...

Zimmerman endorsed for re-election by Travis County Republicans

Posted on Oct 13, 2016 in Blog with comments
Austin City Councilman Don Zimmerman won a unanimous endorsement for his re-election campaign on Tuesday, Oct. 11.
 
The Travis County Republican Party Executive Committee voted for a second time to endorse the District 6 Councilman, who represents a large portion of Northwest Austin. The Travis GOP endorsed Zimmerman in his first run in 2014, under the new "10-1" plan. The 10-1 plan, which the Travis GOP strongly supported and helped to implement, replaced the old at-large system of representation with geographic-based City Council districts.

Austin Republicans want greater choice when it comes to transportation funding (vote against Prop. 1)

Posted on Oct 13, 2016 in Blog with comments
The Travis County Republican Party Executive Committee voted unanimously on Tuesday, Oct. 11, to oppose City of Austin Proposition 1 on the general election ballot.
 
Proposition 1 asks voters to approve or reject a $720 million bond that would trigger and form the basis of a confusing "Smart Corridor Plan" costing the city a total of $1.5 billion.