Precinct Chair Appointment Application

The Republican Precinct Chair is responsible for helping deliver Republican votes in his or her home precinct, represents the precinct on the Dallas County Republican Party Executive Committee, and is available to serve as an Election Worker or Poll Watcher for the Primary and General Election for the precinct. A Precinct Chair must live in the precinct in which he/she serves and be a Republican Primary voter or otherwise clearly aligned with the Republican Party.

There can be only one Republican Precinct Chair in each precinct. There are two ways to become a Precinct Chair. Texas Election Code (Chapter 171:B) mandates that Precinct Chairs must either be elected in the Republican Primary Election for a two-year term or appointed by the County Executive Committee to fulfill the unexpired portion of a two-year term for an open Precinct Chair position.

The form below will submit a Precinct Chair Appointment Application to the Dallas County Republican Party. The appointment process is approximately 60 days. All applications will be reviewed by the Precinct Chair Vacancy Committee. You may be contacted by this committee for an interview. The committee determines which applicants to recommend to the full Executive Committee for final appointment.

To determine whether your precinct is vacant, please visit or contact Ashley Moretti at headquarters at 214-369-9555.


Name *
Primary Phone *
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Date of Birth *
Date of Birth
Optional. Enter in your Voter Registration Number listed on your card as VUID.
Grassroots Experience
Please check the boxes of grassroots activities that you have already done.
Chairman Huffines, I submit this application to be considered for appointment by the Dallas County Republican Executive Committee to fill the remaining term of the office of Precinct Chair in my home precinct. I swear that I am a citizen of the United States eligible to hold such office under the Constitution and laws of this state. I have not been finally convicted of a felony for which I have not been pardoned or had my full rights of citizenship restored by other official action. I have not been determined by a final judgement of a court exercising probate jurisdiction to be totally mentally incapacitated or partially mentally incapacitated without the right to vote. I further swear that all statements included in my application are in all things true and correct. *