Seamless transition to the 2016-18 term!

Posted on Jun 28, 2016 in Blog with comments
The new term of Travis GOP precinct chairmen began this evening. See the new bylaws here.

"Our precinct chairs proved this evening that they are bigger than the unfavorable image we were given after this year's Primary," said Andy Hogue, Communications Director of the Travis GOP. "Mr. Morrow, despite his unusual theories about people in high places, was respectful to our grassroots leaders and moderated his portion of tonight's meeting well. We're grateful for a smooth transition and look forward to an energetic and unified general election season going into November."

For more information contact Hogue at

May 7, 2016, local elections

Posted on May 6, 2016 in Blog with comments

The proposition to keep Uber and Lyft in Austin is the star of this election -- and we recommend all Austinites vote YES -- but did you know there are many other local contests on the ballot throughout Travis County? 

Not all Travis County voters will have something on the ballot on May 7 (though most will), but we made it easy for you by including all Precinct numbers in which one of the below contests will appear. Take a look below!  And if you need help voting visit

Press Release: Phone scam targeting elderly spreads false info regarding SD conventions

Posted on Mar 18, 2016 in Blog with comments


The Travis County Republican Party has received several reports that there are phone calls being made relaying false information about our SD conventions. These calls seem to be directed to the elderly.

To clarify, the Senatorial District Conventions (SDs 14, 21, 24, and 25) are still scheduled for this Saturday, March 19. We have not changed any details regarding dates, times, or places. All updates will be posted to the convention pages at

If you receive one of these bogus calls, headquarters would like to hear from you at (512)302-1776 or Please check your caller ID if available and collect as many details about the caller as you can, including name and who they claim to be with.

Below is a concise listing of our SD conventions ...

Press Release: Travis GOP distances itself from Chariman-elect's offensive rhetoric

Posted on Mar 8, 2016 in Blog with comments
AUSTIN, Texas -- The Travis County Republican Party Executive Committee approved a resolution Tuesday night denying any connection to the notorious and offensive statements of its Chairman-elect. 
Austin resident Robert Morrow, who won the Chairman's seat on March 1 amid a record-turnout primary election which drew in many votes who had never voted in a recent Republican Primary, is set to take office June 13. Current Chairman James R. Dickey will preside over two elections, four Senate District conventions, and Republican Party of Texas Convention activities before the end of his term.
The text of the resolution is as follows:

Ballot Order for Primary Runoff

Posted on Mar 7, 2016 in Blog with comments

The Travis County Republican Primary Runoff ballot order is as follows:

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 5
Scott Walker
Brent Webster

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals Place 2
Mary Lou Keel
Ray Wheeless

Railroad Commissioner
Gary Gates
Wayne Christian

Texas Senate District 24
Dawn Buckingham
Susan King

The Primary Runoff is set for Tuesday, May 24, 2016 (early voting May 16-20).