The Travis County Republican Party (TCRP) announced today that Brian Ruddle will depart as Executive Director after 26 months of stellar work to accept a national political role in Washington, DC. Rising star political operative Josh Goldman has been appointed Executive Director and Treasurer and has already begun the transition.
The Travis County Republican Party objects to the direct redistribution of wealth through socialist programs like a guaranteed or universal basic income.
We’re looking to fill several precinct chairman vacancies: is your voting precinct on the list? While precinct chair races do appear on the ballot, the Travis GOP has the authority to fill vacancies for the term via our Nominations Committee. Precinct chairmen make up the county’s Republican Executive Committee, which works with the county ChairmanContinue reading “WANTED: Precinct Chairs”
As anyone who lives in the Austin area knows by now, we have a problem with runaway liberal idealism in this town. No only are “progressive” ideas making Austin unaffordable and difficult to start a small business or young family in, but it has gotten to where our lives and safety are at risk.
Early voting begins Monday, April 19, and continues through Tuesday, April 27. Election Day is Saturday, May 1. From the Austin camping ban to critically important school board races, most places in Travis County will have a ballot.
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Resolutions passed in calendar year 2019.
“Sanity is making a comeback in Austin. Having even just one pro-police, pro-transparency, pro-taxpayer candidate on the Austin City Council will make a tremendous difference in our efforts to stop the insanity of 2020 and restore full funding for public safety.