Chairman Munisteri recaps a busy month of October and the work of the State Party to put our targeted races and candidates in a position to win on November 6th.
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Chairman Munisteri recaps the RPT's focus on General Election activities during the month of September, trips and club visits across the State, and a full recap of the 3rd Quarter SREC meeting on Sept. 21-22
Chairman Munisteri recaps a busy month of August, including trips through Pearland, Brownwood and Kendall County, a brief recap on RNC meetings, Senator Marco Rubio and more!
RPT Chairman Steve Munisteri gives a brief update on the results of the State Convention and other news and highlights from the months of June and July.
Chairman Munisteri recaps the busy month of May 2012, with one eye towards the recently concluded primary election and another towards the upcoming State Convention in Fort Worth.
Our Party has faced multiple unique challenges over the last six months: redistricting lawsuits, three different primary dates, a new process to select delegates and alternates, reduced timelines, etc. But collectively, our Party has come together to meet each and every one of these challenges.
Chairman Munisteri recaps the hectic month of March, focusing on preparations for the county & district conventions, travels throughout Texas, and the financial status of the RPT.
For being such a short month, February was certainly a busy one. Chairman Steve Munisteri runs through a rapid-paced recap of his activities and RPT happenings during the month of February in this month's edition of the Chairman's Update.
Chairman Munisteri takes time in this update to provide his personal opinion on what is possible and what isn't possible, in the ongoing redistricting trial along with further updates on GOP activities around the state, financial updates and more!
On the road again - Chairman Munisteri details 2,500 miles worth of traveling around Texas and what is happening with grassroots Republicans and clubs from around the state. Important updates on fundraising, 2012 and more!
Chairman Steve Munisteri gives a full recap on RPT activities and his travels around Texas during the month of October - Denton, Weatherford, Cameron County, Houston, Garland, Bosque County and more!
Chairman Steve Munisteri recaps a busy month of September for the Republican Party of Texas, and shares updates and photos from many of our Republican grassroots clubs and auxiliary organizations around the state.
We have already began the search for a new statewide Victory chair, and it is my hope to be able to announce within a couple of weeks who that new Victory chair will be once a few final details are worked out.
In the month of July, the priority was to address the potential problem the Republican Party of Texas has relative to the selection of national convention delegates
Recapping the Special Session, setting the record straight on education funding, Congressional redistricting, committee updates and more
Both the staff and I have now turned our attention to the special session, and with your help we will finish passing our legislative priorities and make the Democrats rue the day that their obstructionist tactics resulted in a special session.
I feel it is crucial for our Party's success in next year's elections that we end the legislative session as strongly as we began. It is imperative that the Party pass all of our legislative priority items.
Although we face some staff challenges and fundraising is always a constant concern, I believe the party overall is on an upswing.
The priority over the next couple of months will be to move forward RPT legislative priorities, among these are the Voter Identification bill, immigration reform, reducing the projected budget shortfall by spending cuts.
In addition to the great political news that we have reached a super-majority in the State House, our RPT finances are stable and the party machinery is operating relatively smoothly.
Tuesday was not only a historic day nationally, but it turned out to be a record setting day in Texas.
All of our polls are showing that we are poised to make significant gains in the Texas House of Representatives, as well as showing that Bill Flores and Quico Canseco are in the lead in their Congressional races, and that we are competitive in several others.
This Monday marked the 100th day of my Chairmanship – a period of time that has been both a privilege and a whirlwind.
Texas’ strength depends on all of us Republicans to unite around our candidates, support our local and state Republican party, and stand on our values.
Since our last update, the staff and I have spent less time on fundraising and more time on the organizational issues.
The first three weeks have been a whirlwind, but I'm very pleased to report that with the help of numerous individuals and staff we have made substantial progress on multiple fronts.
First, let me thank everybody again for the privilege and the honor of serving as your new State chairman. It is my sincere desire to do my best to fulfill every campaign promise that I made.