This Saturday, April 21st, the majority of Texas counties are hosting their County & District Republican Conventions. Thanks to the Republican Party of Texas for providing the information below and much more on their Republican Convention website. Large counties like Harris, Dallas, Travis and El Paso will be meeting in Senatorial District Conventions, while smaller counties such as Bowie, Lampasas, Parker and Waller will meet in County Conventions.
The purposes of these conventions are to choose delegates and alternates to the Republican Party of Texas State Convention, and to consider resolutions or statements on policy issues to send to the State Convention for eventual inclusion in the state and national Party platform.
The Republican Party of Texas has created a website with a full list of county-by-county information, where you can go to learn the date, time and location of your local Republican convention, as well as finding the answers to Frequently Asked Questions and other information about the GOP Convention Process in 2012.
- Find Your Convention – a database to find county specific information on your local convention.
- New for 2012 – a thorough explanation on the changes to this year’s convention process.
- FAQ – for those who are new to our conventions.
- Downloads – a helpful page with links to RPT rules, platform, forms and infographics.