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Chairman James Dickey’s Update – 2.26.2018

Chairman James Dickey’s Update – 2.26.2018

Dear Texas Republicans, Have you voted yet? Early voting ends this Friday – click here to find your early voting location. It’s important to vote in the Republican Primary so you can help select our nominees for November and register your opinion on important issues. Voting in the primary also qualifies you as a delegate for your precinct convention, which will…

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Chairman James Dickey’s Update – 2.19.2018

Chairman James Dickey’s Update – 2.19.2018

Fellow Republicans, Chairman James Dickey just made his Quarterly Video Report to the SREC and I wanted to make certain you saw it.  You can watch the video by clicking here or the image below. (Click here to watch Chairman Dickey’s report) Chairman Dickey reports on the work taking place at the Republican Party of Texas, gives an update on…

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Chairman James Dickey’s Update – 2.12.2018

Chairman James Dickey’s Update – 2.12.2018

Dear Texas Republicans, The Berlin Wall stood 10,316 days. Last Tuesday marked 10,317 days since its fall. It is particularly poetic that day was February 6 — on what would have been Ronald Reagan’s 106th birthday. Few of us will have the chance to change the world as he did, but thankfully in the Republican Party we all can have…

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Chairman James Dickey’s Update – 2.5.2018

Chairman James Dickey’s Update – 2.5.2018

Dear Texas Republicans, I have so much to share with you! I just returned from a week in D.C. where National Committeeman Robin Armstrong, National Committeewoman Toni Anne Dashiell and I represented Texas at the Republican National Committee. The previous weekend, our State Republican Executive Committee met and accomplished a significant amount of business.  Check out the “Party News” section…

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Chairman James Dickey Update – 1.23.2018

Chairman James Dickey Update – 1.23.2018

Dear Texas Republicans, I hope you’re ready for a year of hard work to keep Texas winning, because I certainly am! I have unshakable confidence that our Republican policies of limited government, personal responsibility, and freedom make Texas a better place for all. This is why our team is already hard at work to be sure Republicans score victories in…

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RPT Chairman James Dickey Supports March For Life

AUSTIN, TX – Republican Party of Texas Chairman James Dickey released the following statement about the upcoming anniversary of the Roe V Wade decision: “Today we solemnly mark the upcoming anniversary of the Roe V Wade Supreme Court decision which removed all state limitations on abortion. Since then millions of unborn babies have unnecessarily perished and millions of men and women’s…

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RPT Chairman James Dickey Applauds Progress on Property Tax Relief

AUSTIN, TX – Governor Abbott announced his plan to rein in Texans’ property taxes. Chairman James Dickey released the following statement regarding Governor Abbott’s Property Tax plan: “I thank Governor Abbott for committing to this serious issue that all Texas homeowners must face. Reversing the trend of escalating tax burdens is an integral part of RPT’s platform, and we appreciate…

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Update from Chairman Dickey — Dec. 10-17

Update from Chairman Dickey — Dec. 10-17

Update from Chairman Dickey — Dec. 10-17 December 18, 2017 Dear Texas Republicans, Filing period for the primary election has ended, and now we’re able to get a more accurate picture of which candidates will be on the primary ballot in March! Here at RPT Headquarters, we received 322 filings. Many candidate were able to file with their local county…

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Update from Chairman Dickey — Dec. 4 – Dec. 11

Update from Chairman Dickey — Dec. 4 – Dec. 11

December 11, 2017 Dear Texas Republicans, Today marks the official end of the candidate filing period. The Republican Party of Texas state headquarters has seen almost 300 candidates come through to file for a place on the ballot for campaigns including legislative, judicial, and Congressional races––not to mention the hundreds of additional candidates who filed with their respective county party.…

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