Republican Party of Navarro County
Republican Party of Navarro County

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Republican Party of Navarro County Meetings:

The Republican Party Of Navarro County will hold its next Executive Committee Meeting on Monday September 8, 2014 at 7 pm at the RPNC headquarters located at 111-B West Third Avenue in downtown Corsicana, about 1 1/2 blocks east of the Navarro County Courthouse..

State Representative Byron Cook will be the guest speaker.

Please join us for a social from 6:30pm to 7:00pm, saluting our elected officials.

All registered voters are welcome to attend.

RPNC Meeting Calendar 2014:
January 13
February 10 Reagan Day Dinner
April 14
July 14 Organizational Meeting
September 8
October 13

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North Texas Conservative Strategy and Victory Conference

September 27, 2014
I would like to personally invite you and your county's Party activists to attend next month’s North Texas Conservative Strategy and Victory Conference, which is being organized by the Denton County Republican Party and sponsored by several of our GOP clubs/organizations.

As conservatives, patriots, and as Texans, we have “drawn our line in the sand” and are committed to securing a conservative future, not only for Texas, but the nation as well.
We will have an amazing array of conservative speakers on Saturday, Sept. 27 who will cover topics ranging from Obamacare to pro-life/pro-family issues, and including today’s hot topics of border security, religious freedoms and more.

Abbott For Texas Governor

Navarro County Phone Bank for Greg Abbott

September 29, 2014
Greg Abbott for Governor
Help us Keep Texas Red!

Please join us for a fun and productive Monday evening at the Navarro County Phone Bank of the 2014 general election cycle.

State Senator SD22 Brian Birdwell

State Senator Brian Birdwell Reception in Waco

October 8, 2014
You are invited to a reception to support
Texas State Senator
Brian Birdwell
with special guest
United States Senator
Ted Cruz
Wednesday, October 8, 2014Host Committee Private Reception 6:45 pmGeneral Reception 7:45 pm

RNC Weekly Communication Briefing -- September 23, 2014

Election Day countdown: 42 days to go!

Winning Message: Each week, the RNC puts out a :60 video tackling a top issue that’s on our minds. This week, we introduce the RNC’s new website where you can find all of the information you need on registering to vote, requesting an absentee ballot and challenging your friends to do the same.

Texas Victory Thankful for Successful Austin Fundraiser

September 17, 2014
On Wednesday, September 17th at the Austin Club, Victory Chairman Christi Craddick hosted a reception with Republican nominees and elected officials including Comptroller Susan Combs, Speaker Joe Straus, Senator Dan Patrick the Republican nominee for Lt. Governor, Senator Glenn Hegar the Republican nominee for Comptroller, Senator Ken Paxton the Republican nominee for Attorney General, Chief Justice Nathan Hecht, Justice Jeff Boyd, Justice Jeff Brown, and numerous State Senators and State Representatives.

SREC Third Quarterly Meeting 2014

September 13, 2014
The third quarterly meeting of the State Republican Executive Committee was held on Saturday, September 13th at RPT headquarters in Austin. This was the first full meeting of the SREC since members were elected at the state convention in June.

Committees usually meet on the Friday before the SREC meeting, however, committee members were due to be appointed on Saturday so they held unofficial meetings on Friday in order to start discussing the business they intend on pursuing before the next SREC meeting.

RNC Pundit Prep -- September 5, 2014

Jobs Report Is Worst Of The Year And A Big Disappointment
Jobs Report Is Worst Of The Year And A Big Disappointment
The economy created only 143,000 jobs in August, making Friday’s jobs report the worst of the year. It did not meet expectations and was greeted as a “big disappointment.” Economists expected over 200,000 jobs. The unemployment rate ticked down to 6.1% from 6.2% but the Labor Force Participation Rate declined to 62.8% from 62.9%. 9.6 million Americans are still unemployed. 19 million total are unemployed, are underemployed, or have given up looking for work.
Democrats have been telling Americans that the economy is strong. This jobs report shows we’re still underperforming. Policies like ObamaCare are holding us back. As Chairman Priebus said, “Is this really the best we can do?... Republicans in the House of Representatives have passed 43 jobs bills, but Senate Democrats and the president are ignoring those bills. The unemployed deserve a vote, and if Harry Reid won’t allow one, then Americans deserve new leadership in the Senate.”

RNC Pundit Prep -- September 2, 2014

Obama On ISIS: "We Don't Have A Strategy Yet"
Obama On ISIS: “We Don’t Have A Strategy Yet”
On Thursday afternoon, President Obama gave a press conference and discussed foreign policy, including the threat of ISIS. Despite the growing conflict and instability in the region, the president said, “We don’t have a strategy yet” to deal with ISIS. As CNN’s Barbara Starr said, “ISIS heard all of this. So the president of the United States says we have no strategy yet. This is a little surprising.”
It’s shocking that the president would signal to our enemies that we don’t have a strategy. Doesn’t that violate his “Don’t do stupid stuff” rule? It’s also amazing that he would admit to the American people that his administration doesn’t know the way forward on such a major threat to global stability. The president spent the last month on vacation, but it seems like he’s still vacationing from his job. Once again, we’re witnessing the effects of the failed Obama-Clinton foreign policy.

State Party Chair Steve Munisteri Update -- August 2014

August 31, 2014
We are very fortunate to have Greg Abbott as the top of our ticket and Commissioner Craddick as the head of our Victory efforts as they are proving to be an effective one-two punch to the Democrats' efforts to turn the state blue. This is my third election cycle as Chairman and the cooperation and assistance the RPT has received from the Abbott campaign is unprecedented. In addition to General Abbott assisting the party with raising money so that we have vigorous Victory effort, his team is also genuinely concerned with helping out the rest of the ticket. They have made it clear they want the RPT and the Victory Committee to have the resources we need to get out the vote and promote straight party ticket voting so that we can maintain majorities in the State House and Senate.

Wynn Burkhart Baker

Meet Wynn Burkhart Baker

Greg Abbott for Governor campaign
Wynn Burkhart Baker is the Greg Abbott for Governor campaign field representative for Navarro, Henderson, and Van Zandt Counties. She will be working out of the Republican Party Of Navarro County Headquarters on a regular basis.

Super Saturday Block Walking Sept 6 2014

Super Saturday Block Walk in Navarro County #2

September 6, 2014 9:00 am - 1:30 pm
We had a good turn-out for our first Suoer Saturday Block Walk in Navarro County for Greg Abbott, our nominee for Texas Governor.

We met some new Republicans, added to our number, collected important information for the Abbott campaign, and plan to do it again on September 6. We need your help!

Darrell Waller Placed on JP Ballot

By Bob Belcher - Corsicana Daily Sun
Career lawman Darrell Waller has been picked by the Republican Party of Navarro County to be the GOP candidate for Precinct 2 Justice of the Peace in November.

Waller, 51, will replace Kirby Hill on the ballot, following Hill’s resignation in June to go into private business. Hill was unopposed in the March 2014 primary.

Voting Made Easier -- Proposal Would Eliminate Single Precinct Polling Places

By Janet Jacobs - Corsicana Daily Sun
Corsicana — It’s not unusual for voters to suddenly rush into the courthouse on election night right before the 7 p.m. cutoff, only to be turned away, unable to vote because their precinct is too far away to make it before the polls close. That could become a thing of the past, though. Navarro County is applying to the state to allow county-wide voting, which lets voters cast a ballot at any polling place, regardless of an individual’s home precinct. A new county-wide voting system would let voters cast a ballot at any polling place on election day, eliminating the need to drive to a specific precinct to vote.

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