Dallas County Republican Party,
The Dallas Political Party
Fighting For Freedom
As Republicans, we are committed to preserving our constitutional Republic. We believe that all are created equal with certain unalienable rights, and "all" means all. We believe in life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. We believe in the freedom of religion and its free exercise. We believe in the equal application of our laws uniformly for all people; not one set of rules for the ruling elite and another for the rest of us. We want to build a strong vibrant economy that will benefit all. We believe that hard work should be rewarded. We believe in good jobs and good wages. As Republicans, we believe in strong families and the protection of children. We believe in education and the rights of parents to have a say in the education of their children. As Republicans, we believe that ordinary citizens have common sense and are capable of doing the right thing on their own without the need for government mandates and over-reach. We believe that people can take care of themselves far better than any nanny-state. We believe that as free people who value truth, Americans can easily discern fact from narrative and outright propaganda. As Republicans, we are the political party that believes in free and fair elections that should be conducted with complete transparency.
We believe strongly in the inherent fairness and goodness of the American people.
Republicans believe that our people can accomplish great things together.
Republicans are the Party of America
Republicans are the Party of Parents!
Republicans are the Party of Working People!
Republicans are the Party of Liberty and Freedom!
As a Political Party, Republicans Will:
STOP inflation and high gas and food prices.
Create good jobs and empower small businesses.
Preserve religious freedom.
Fund and back the police.
Support parents’ involvement in schools.
Ensure honest and fair elections.
Create fair, safe and efficient immigration.
Preserve the sanctity of life and family values.
Stop the march to socialism.
Latest News Posts
The City of Mesquite Elects Daniel Aleman Jr.as First Hispanic Mayor
Daniel Aleman Jr. won the City of Mesquite Mayor's election with 59% of the vote to become the 27th mayor of the growing city and the first Hispanic to be elected to the position. Mayor Aleman is a third-generation Mexican-American. Before his election to the mayor position, he was a member of the City Council and a long-time local pastor. He was sworn into office on November 15th at city hall.
Rep. Ryan Guillen Switches Parties; Leaves Democrats To Become a Republican
A longtime Texas Democrat switched his affiliation to the Republican Party over the Democrat's embrace of defunding the police policies and the chaos on the southern border. Rep. Ryan Guillen announced in a Monday press conference that he would seek reelection as a Republican, saying the Democratic Party's far-left values are no longer in line with his own.
We Flipped It! The Texas House Just Got Redder With the Election of John Lujan to HD 118
Congratulations to our newest member of the Texas House, Republican candidate John Lujan who flipped the Texas House seat for HD 118 in a Special Election Runoff Victory on Nov. 2! The result was a 2.4 percentage-point victory that left Republicans exhilarated in winning a Democrat-held seat. Rep. Lujan is the only Republican ever to win this seat.
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Upcoming Events of Interest
The events shown below are happening soon and are drawn from our full Events Calendar.
Wednesday, December 8
Saturday, December 11
Dallas Star Republican Women
Tuesday, December 14
Southwest Dallas Republican Club Meeting
Wednesday, December 15
Thursday, December 16
DISD School Board Meeting
Fight for Your Freedom.
Put Your Beliefs Into Action.
We need your help.
There are plenty of volunteer opportunities for you to do important work.
Become an Eelection Judge to run a Voting Center or
Become a Volunteer Deputy Regisrar to assist people registering to vote.
Election Worker Volunteer
Become an election worker and help conduct elections in Dallas County. We need Election Judges, Alternate Judges and Election Clerks.
Voter Registration Volunteer
Our goal is to register 50,000 new Republican voters and 600 new Volunteer Deputy Registrars by October 1, 2022. This is big job!
There are many opportunities to work in political campaigns at all levels of experience include opportunities of first-time workers.
The 2022 Elections Are Starting Now! Candidates Are Filing As You Read This.
As the races start, it is also time for you to get involved too.
Start connecting with Republican events all over Dallas County.
There is something going on almost every day of the week.
We're Look for a Few Good Creative People
Do you have creative skills that you would like to contribute to helping the Dallas County Republican Party? If so, you can volunteer to help us with producing content for our new website.
Do you have a question?
Start an online conversation.
Do you have a question? Simply start an online conversation. It only takes a minute or two. Conversations are two-way threads and we will respond to all submissions.
More Featured Content
- November 12, 2021
- Feature Story
From Orlando Salazar, Executive Vice-Chair, Dallas County Republican Party.
- November 7, 2021
- Past Event
Hear Charlie’s plan about how Texans must take bold and courageous action to help restore America’s constitutional order. Charlie will focus on the urgency of the Biden-inflicted Texas border invasion, what we as Texans can do to take the crisis into our own hands to do what Joe Biden refuses to do: enforce U.S. immigration law!
- November 2, 2021
- Feature Story
An icon of freedom and of the United States, the statue is of a colossal robed female figure representing Liberty, derived from Libertas. A broken chain lies at her feet. She is bearing a torch in her upraised right hand and, in her left arm, a "tabula ansata" (a tablet evoking the law) inscribed with the date of the American Declaration of Independence, July 4, 1776.
- November 2, 2021
- News Feature
Republican John Lujan flipped HD 118 in a Special Election Runoff victory! By the end of the night, the result was a 2.4 percentage-point victory that left Republicans exhilarated in winning a historically Democrat-held seat. The district includes part of San Antonio and areas south and east of the city in Bexar County. Rep.-Elect Lujan called his victory part of a "big movement for conservatism" in the Hispanic community. Texas HD 118 is in San Antonio.
- October 27, 2021
- Feature Story
Perhaps the most important document in Texas, certainly the most revered, is the letter written by Lt. Col. William Barret Travis during the siege of the Alamo. On February 24, 1836, the second day of the siege, Travis wrote this appeal for reinforcements through this heroic message.