County & District Conventions Begin This Saturday!Starting this Saturday, April 14th, Texas Republicans will begin assembling in various counties across the state to conduct County & District Republican Conventions. The process will also continue next Saturday, April 21st, for counties which have chosen to hold their conventions on that date.
The Republican Party of Texas has created a website with a full list of county-by-county information, where you can go to learn the date, time and location of your local Republican convention, as well as finding the answers to Frequently Asked Questions and other information about the GOP Convention Process in 2012.
- Find Your Convention - a database to find county specific information on your local convention.
- New for 2012 - a thorough explanation on the changes to this year's convention process.
- FAQ - for those who are new to our conventions.
- Downloads - a helpful page with links to RPT rules, platform, forms and infographics.
For those who are new to the process, the purposes of these conventions are to choose delegates and alternates to the Republican Party of Texas State Convention, and to consider resolutions or statements on policy issues to send to the State Convention for eventual inclusion in the state and national Party platform.
If you wish to participate in your local County or District Republican Convention, please visit the website to find the location in your County. In order to be selected as a Delegate or Alternate to the 2012 RPT State Convention, you must be nominated and approved at your local convention.
We hope you will come back to the website frequently over the coming days and weeks - there will be many exciting updates and announcements to share as we progress through the Convention process and ultimately to the RPT State Convention in June!
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