Take The Pledge

Stop Battleground Texas

National Democrats have set their sights on turning Texas blue by funneling money and liberal activists into our state. Their plan is to bring the same tax-and-spend, big government policies to Texas that have destroyed state and local economies from California to Detroit.

In other words, their plan is to kill jobs and crush our children and grandchildren with debt. Will you pledge to fight back and help Keep Texas Red?

Sign up to request your free car bumper magnet today and send a message to the Democrats. Show them you stand in solidarity with the overwhelming majority of Texas voters.

Take the pledge: Keep It Right, Keep It Red.

Republican Day of Action: April 12th

On March 29th volunteers helped the Republican Party of Texas hold its largest statewide neighborhood walk EVER.

If you were one of the hundreds of volunteers who turned out to help us knock on over 10,000 doors in just a few hours: Thank you!

But, to quote a great man, “the price of liberty is eternal vigilance” – and the work of Keeping Texas Red will never be done.

That’s why we’re walking again this weekend as part of a National Day of Action to show the strength of the Republican Ground Game across America.

We’ll be walking in four key cities on April 12th. Please find the location nearest to you and come join us.

We will meet at 9 am at all locations and finish by 1:30 pm.

San Antonio Walk
Bexar County Victory Office
12002 Bandera Rd, Suite 101
Helotes, Texas 78023

Corpus Christi Walk
Nueces County Republican Headquarters
4639 Corona Suite 5
Corpus Christi, Texas 78411

Harris County Walk
Mason Creek Park
2500 Porter Rd
Katy, Texas 77493

Tarrant County Walk
KWH Technologies
1500 South Main
Keller, TX 76248

Sign up now and commit just a few hours to helping us Keep Texas Red.

Republican Day of Action: March 29th

The first statewide Day of Action block walk of 2014 is almost here! On March 29th, the Republican Party of Texas and Republican campaigns are joining together to canvas neighborhoods all over Texas–and we need YOUR help to recruit volunteers and talk to voters!

Find your DALLAS COUNTY block walk HERE.
Find your BEXAR COUNTY block walk HERE.
Find your COLLIN COUNTY block walk HERE.
Find your DENTON COUNTY block walk HERE.
Find your TARRANT COUNTY block walk HERE.
Find your WILLIAMSON COUNTY block walk HERE.
Find your NUECES COUNTY block walk HERE.
Find your CAMERON COUNTY block walk HERE.
Find your EL PASO COUNTY block walk HERE.
Find your HARRIS COUNTY block walk HERE.
Find your MCLENNAN COUNTY block walk HERE.

National Democrats are busy flooding Texas with liberal operatives, and the only way conservatives can fight this threat is by putting boots on the ground, knocking on doors, and talking to every voter we meet about how conservative policies have made Texas the most successful state in the Union.

With your help, we can keep Texas BRIGHT red in 2014, 2016, and beyond!

2014 Texas GOP Primary Update

For those primary races where no candidate received a majority of the vote, May 27, 2014 is the date of the primary runoff.

March 28 is first day to apply for a ballot by mail. Last day is May 16.

Visit VoteTexas.gov for more info.

2014 Texas GOP Primary Guide

Early voting in the Texas GOP Primary starts in just a few weeks, and all over the state precinct chairs and election volunteers are gearing up to make sure that every Texan is able to exercise their right to vote.

WHEN and WHERE can I vote?

  • Early Voting: Early voting is an easy way to cast your ballot before Election Day. You can vote early in person and by mail. In Texas, early voting runs from February 18th through February 28th. You can visit VoteTexas.gov for more information on Early Voting procedures and locations.
  • The Primary: The 2014 Texas Primary will be held on March 4. On primary voting day, you may vote only at your assigned voting precinct. To find your polling locations, click HERE to find your county and your designated polling place.

REMEMBER: the last day to register to vote is February 3rd. If you haven’t registered yet, or if you’re just not sure you’re registered, click HERE for more information.

Who can vote?
In order to vote in Texas, you must

  • be a U.S. citizen;
  • be a resident of the county;
  • be 18 years old (you may register at 17 years and 10 months);
  • not a convicted felon (unless a person’s sentence is completed, including any probation or parole)
  • not declared mentally incapacitated by a court of law

A Note on Voter ID:
If you do not have a valid ID, you can obtain an “Election Identification Certificate” FOR FREE. Check out the Texas DPS website for more details!

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our campaign office. Our campaign assistants will be happy to answer your questions, or put you in touch with your local Field Representative.

Happy voting!

Yard Signs Have Arrived

After requesting them recently, I was excited to receive yard signs to show my support for Senator Cornyn and his campaign’s plan to Keep Texas Red.

. . . But I never expected Senator Cornyn to drop my signs off personally!

It was such a nice surprise to talk with the Senator about his campaign and the issues facing Texas. Moments like these remind me how lucky we are to be represented in the U.S. Senate by a gentleman like John Cornyn.

I’ll be giving these signs out to my friends and family, and I can’t wait to see more popping up all over Texas in the next few weeks.

I know his staff is working hard to fulfill the thousands of requests that have come in so far. Be on the lookout for yours soon!

– Karen Newton, Bexar County Republican Activist

They’re Coming for Texas: 11/07/2013

President Obama is in Texas this week defending ObamaCare and raising money for Democrat candidates.

We already know the President’s health law is a disaster. But ObamaCare’s failure won’t stop Democrat operatives from trying to keep control of the U.S. Senate - and turn Texas blue at the same time.

These out-of-state organizers hand-picked abortion advocate Wendy Davis as their candidate for Governor – and they’re using her to raise BIG MONEY from liberals across the country.

Now – according to The El Paso Times - the Democrats have set their eyes set on the U.S. Senate too.

Please DONATE TODAY and help our campaign fight back against the Obama Money Machine.

Of course, as you might expect, it looks like their choice is another liberal trial lawyer:

“A 33-year-old attorney and El Paso native has apparently begun campaigning against longtime Republican Senator John Cornyn, and could possibly challenge him in next year’s election, according to a state political blog…Maxey Scherr was born and raised in El Paso and currently practices with the Scherr Legate Law Firm, specializing in personal and workplace injury lawsuits, wrongful death claims and products liability cases.”

If she runs we can be sure that the same liberal megadonors dropping millions of dollars on Wendy Davis will open their checkbooks for Ms. Scherr as well.

But we’re counting on grassroots donors like you.

Will you help our campaign keep pace with these Big Money groups who want to turn Texas blue?

The truth is, if ACORN and Battleground Texas succeed here, they could win every presidential election and control the White House for decades to come.

As Texans our response is simple: Not on our watch.

Your gift of $25, $50, $100, or more will help Sen. Cornyn and Republican activists fight the Obama Machine and Keep Texas Red.

Democrats think they can elect a Nancy Pelosi clone as our Governor and a liberal trial lawyer as the next Senator from Texas.

Not on our Watch.

Please chip in today to help us stop their harmful agenda of higher taxes, more spending and job-killing regulations.

Together we will preserve our state to ensure that if there is only one remaining bastion of freedom in America – one last haven of opportunity – it will be Texas.

Day of Action: Thursday 10/03/13

Keep It Red and Pro-Life sign wave outside of the Wendy Davis campaign kick-off event.

Wendy Davis Speech Keep It Red

Day of Action: Saturday 9/21/13 – Thanks to Everyone Who Joined Us!

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