It is with great sadness that I inform you that Former Dallas County Republican Party Executive Director, Ryan McDermott, has passed away. Ryan, who was 28 years old, was a highly accomplished young man and an asset to our Party and our community. Ryan will be greatly missed. Our hearts and prayers go out to Ryan’s family and friends. We will share arrangements for the celebration of Ryan’s life as soon as they are confirmed.
Jennifer Stoddard HajduRead More
"The bonds between our two peoples are growing stronger and they must not and will never be broken,"
"No people have fought longer, struggled harder or sacrificed more to survive, to grow and to live in freedom than the people of Israel."
President Ronald ReaganRead More
The Republican Party of Texas (RPT) State Republican Executive Committee (SREC) today unanimously approved a Resolution welcoming Mayor Johnson to the Republican Party of Texas. And (importantly) inviting ALL people who share our values and principles to come home to the Party.Read More
Great election worker class prepping for the November 7th election day for Texas constitutional amendments.
The greatest form of election integrity is a Republican presence in every voting center. We have 64 early voting locations to fill and 464 election day voting locations.Read More
Dallas GOP Chair, Jennifer Stoddard-Hajdu, appeared with WFAA reporter Jason Whitely on WFAA's 'Inside Texas Politics' on Sunday, September 3, 2023, to discuss the upcoming Ken Paxton trial in the Texas Senate and plans for Republicans to see more success in Dallas County.Read More
The Dallas County Republican Party conducted a Voter Registration Drive and general outreach at the Mesquite Rodeo on Saturday evening on July 22.
In addition to volunteers, we also provided two trained and officially-credentialed Volunteer Deputy Registrars (VDRs) to supervise the registration process.
Thank you to all who participated.Read More
Since we started rebuilding the Dallas County Republican Party in the Fall of 2021, we have been busy.
The work has involved recruiting and training our current team as well as building critical infrastructure.
We have a lot of work remaining but we're off to a good start.Read More
It is an exciting time to be a Republican in Dallas County and I am honored to be your DCRP Chair. The 2024 campaign cycle will include an unprecedented Republican Presidential Primary as well as the re-election of our beloved Senator Ted Cruz and the defeat of Pelosi-loving Colin Allred. I can assure you that the Dallas GOP is prepared for these challenges!Read More
With heavy hearts, we mourn the loss of Kay Copeland, a cherished resident of Denton, Texas, who passed away on May 17, 2023 surrounded by loved ones. Kay's unwavering patriotism, her devotion to family, and her profound impact on her community will forever be remembered.Read More
When Dallas County Republican Party Chair Jennifer Hajdu was elected to lead the party, she turned to a woman with decades of experience to run the office as her Executive Director.
Born and raised in a small town outside of Galveston, Susan Fountain graduated from O’Connell High School, a co-ed Catholic high school.
She attended college in San Antonio and UT-Dallas and has lived in Lake Highlands where she’s now lived for 42 years. Her three grown children are proud graduates of Lake Highlands High School. Although one escaped to the Denver area, two live close by.Read More
Outstanding volunteer David William Wallace has been such a great help at Dallas County Republican Party Headquarters! For the past year he has been a dependable and knowledgeable purveyor of information for visitors to the DCRP office. He also has been always ready to help with special projects as well as helping to prepare for our monthly Executive Committee meetings at the Dallas Museum of Biblical Art. He is a constant presence at the Marsh Lane Baptist Church where he serves as Republican Alternate Judge for Early Voting and as Presiding Judge on Election Day for years. He admits his life has been an adventure – but it’s not for everyone.
As an appointee for both Bush Federal and State administrations, he found himself living in DC twice, although he still has a wanderlust and loves to travel; and the list of countries he’s been to is long.Read More
On the very last day possible, a number of volunteer workers were feverishly trying to finalize the seat arrangement for the sold out Annual DallasGOP Reagan Day Dinner featuring Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. A call came in late in the afternoon on Friday March 3 asking if it was still possible to buy two VIP tickets. This was not quite a normal request, it seems that the caller was a young man who heard about the event and wanted to bring his Mother. Again, no such an unusual request, except that Arman Canatinia was just in town for business from Utah, and his Mother Aditi would be flying in from LasVegas. We were fortuntely able to accomodate them due to a last minute cancellation.Read More
David Earl Deason passed away on Wednesday, December 21, 2022, at Medical City Hospital, Dallas, Texas, after a long illness and hospitalization. He was born on August 20, 1963, in Rogers, Arkansas.
His obituary can be seen in the Dallas Morning News.
The Dallas County Republican Party wishes to express its condolences to his family and friends.Read More
Texas Secretary of State John Scott today released a report on the second and final phase of the agency's full forensic audit of the 2020 General Election in four of Texas' largest counties: Collin, Dallas, Harris and Tarrant.Read More
Please join us in sending our deepest sympathies in the passing of Jeanne Wainer, the wife and soul mate of Larry Wainer our precinct chair in 1164. Jeanne was a stalwart Republican and member of Greater Lakewood Republican Women and Lake Highlands Republican Women. She was very active in the Republican Party.Read More
Jennifer Stoddard Hajdu, Dallas County Republican Party Chair, interview on the Mark Davis Show on October 25, 2022,Read More
Media Advisory: Jennifer Stoddard Hajdu, Chairman, DCRP was interviewed by KTVT-TV - CBS-11 political reporter Jack Fink this afternoon. The interview will be aired during the 6:00 PM local news broadcast this evening.Read More
On Wednesday evening, over 45 people attended our Poll Watcher Training conducted by the DCRP Election Integrity Committee and the Texas Republic Party. In the last two weeks, we have trained over 150 people and have additional classes scheduled for September and October to keep up with the demand.Read More
Newly elected precinct chair #2099 Bo Richardson, and his vice-chair Julie Ladner held their inaugural precinct 2099 organizational social in a challengingly Republican minority neighborhood. One at a time, they will make inroads into taking back Dallas County!Read More
On Monday of this week, a tragedy occurred in San Antonio when an 18-wheeler full of illegal migrants was abandoned by the drivers. Since then 53 people have been reported dead due to heat and lack of water and four men have been charged with human traffickingRead More
Three Susans attended the Texas Republican state convention in Houston Texas and we're proud to represent SD-16. L-R Susan Fountain, re-elected as your SREC SD-16 Committeewoman for the upcoming 2022 to 2024 term, former SREC SD-8 Susan Fischer, DCCRW President Susan Cumby.Read More
Republican Mayra Flores is projected to win a special election in Texas' 34th Congressional District, flipping a House seat red. She will become the first Mexican-born congresswoman to serve in the House. Her family moved to the United States when she was six years old.Read More
Almost 50 new Presiding and Alternate Judges (many judging for the first time in the upcoming election) attend our training class at DCRP Headquarters on May 14th.Read More
L to r Mark Hajdu, candidate for Texas HD114, Jennifer Stoddard Hajdu, Dallas Republican Party Chairwoman, Susan Fountain Executive Director of Dallas County Republican Party, Tina Price, and Guillermo Colon, Republican Precinct Chairs turned out to honor the memory of Martin Luther King, a Republican who affected change for millions of African Americans.Read More
Jennifer Vidler will serve as the Mesquite City Council Place 3 representative. Ms. Vidler won 52% (293) of the votes in the runoff election, defeating Elizabeth Rodriguez-Ross, who got 48% (268) of the votes. Ms. Vidler ran on a program of (1) Repairing roads and alleyways, (2) Tax relief, (3) Ethics reform for our elected positions as well as those appointed, and (4) support for First Responders. She believes one must learn to serve before one may lead. Ms. Vidler has spent much of her life serving in her community.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
Dallas - The Dallas County Republican Party (DCRP) has launched its new website on the evening of October 18, 2021. Using advanced content management and media platforms, the website will grow steadily for the foreseeable future as we add new and exciting content to support Party activities and our slate of candidates for election in 2022.Read More