It’s Block Walking Time!

We all know that Democrats are extremely motivated to go out and vote, but what about Republicans? If we want to see continued tax cuts, more constitutionalist judges, and less regulation then we must get out and walk for our candidates. While there are constant block walks happening around Williamson County we are focusing on two Saturday block walks.

The first will be on Oct. 6th and we while we are promoting the entire Republican slate we will specifically be working in HD 52 to elect Cynthia Flores and County Commissioner Precinct 4 to elect Russ Boles. All the training you need will be there for you and if you can’t walk you can volunteer to drive or help with lists.

We will meet at 8:30 am and be out until approximately 2 pm.

Meet at: 

2051 Gattis School Rd
Round Rock, TX 78664.

Please join us to support these wonderful candidates.

Check out the Facebook event page here:

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HOT YR Strikeout Hunger Bowling Tournament


Join the Heart of Texas Young Republicans as we bowl for a cause in our


1st annual Strike Out Hunger Bowling Tournament! 


We are seeking teams of 3 to come compete and raise resources for those less fortunate at the same time!

Registration costs per team are 50.00$ and include one game of tournament bowling and unlimited post-tournament bowling!

We are looking for local businesses, political campaigns, and even other political parties to come join in the fun and compete for the title of Ultimate Strike Out Hunger Champions!!  Teams will also be competing for the title of Most Food Donated to the Cause!

Don’t have a team? That’s okay! HOT YR will be sponsoring free bowling for any individual who brings 10 canned food items or 20.00$.




All donations, food and monetary, will go to support the Williamson County Food Bank and the Central Texas Food Bank

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November 7th Election Information

Election season is just around the corner!! On Tuesday, November 7, voters will go to the polls to vote on 7 constitutional amendments, the future of the County Surveyor office, Leander ISD school bonds, and several other local issues. The registration deadline for this election is Tuesday, October 10.

To verify your registration status, and obtain a sample ballot customized for your address, please click here.

Early Voting Details

Dates and Times for Full-Time Locations
Monday, October 23 – Wednesday, November 1 – 8:00 am to 6:00 pm
NO Sunday Voting
Thursday, Nov. 2 and Friday, Nov. 3 – 7:00 am to 7:00 pm

Williamson County Inner Loop Annex, 301 SE Inner Loop, Georgetown
Georgetown ISD Admin. Building, 603 Lakeway Dr., Georgetown
Georgetown Parks and Recreation Admin. Building, 1101 N. College St., Georgetown
Cowan Creek Amenity Center, 1433 Cool Springs Way, Georgetown
Baca Senior Center, 301 W. Bagdad Avenue, Round Rock
Brushy Creek Community Center, 16318 Great Oaks Drive, Round Rock
Round Rock Randalls, 2051 Gattis School Road, Round Rock
JB and Hallie Jester Annex, 1801 E. Old Settlers Boulevard, Round Rock
Anderson Mill Limited District, 11500 El Salido Pkwy., Austin
Cedar Park Public Library, 550 Discovery Boulevard, Cedar Park
Cedar Park Randalls, 1400 Cypress Creek Road, Cedar Park
Leander Public Library, 1011 S Bagdad Street, Leander
Taylor City Hall, 400 Porter Street, Taylor

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How You Can Help Hurricane Harvey Victims


Dear Texas Young Republicans:

I am only one, but still I am one.  I cannot do everything, but still I can do something; and because I cannot do everything, I will not refuse to do the something that I can do.  –Edward Everett Hale

Thousands upon thousands of our fellow Texans woke up this morning to devastation and destruction.  Some lost their homes, some lost property, and too many are losing hope.

I am reaching out to you today—you, the next generation of Republican leadership in our state—to ask for your help in assisting our neighbors in south Texas who have been affected by the disastrous Hurricane Harvey.

As Republicans, our charge is simple: we must be the salt and light. We must lead with conviction and we must lead intentionally. And we understand that servant leadership is the mightiest form of leadership there is.

Will you join me in coordinating a Hurricane Harvey Relief volunteer effort within your chapter or club?  I am reaching out to you first, as I know that our young leadership is the group of Republicans who will lead the way on this, and set an example for the rest of the Party!

I am issuing a special challenge to ALL of our Texas Young Republican and College Republican chapters to participate in an #RPTServes project before September 15th to benefit Hurricane Harvey victims.

Below you will find a list of different service opportunities around the state to assist in helping our fellow Texans affected by the hurricane, but feel free to come up with your own way to serve!  Don’t forget to post photos to social media, tag @texasgop and use the hashtag, #RPTServes!

Suggested Organizations*:
San Antonio Food Bank:
Central Texas Food Bank:
Red Cross Volunteers:
Salvation Army Supplies Donation Collection:
Dallas Evacuee Donations:
Carter Bloodcare—Blood donations in North Texas:
San Antonio Blood Bank—Blood donations in South Texas:
Texas Diaper Bank—Donations:

We will be sending additional details and information soon. Please don’t forget to post your photos and stories of different service projects you are already doing in your communities or on your campus. I want to start spreading the good word across the state. I want to begin telling your story. I want us to start working as a team to tell OUR story.

From the bottom of my heart, thank you for your willingness lead the way on this important project.  Together, let’s stand up and do something to help our fellow Texans in need.

God Bless you and God Bless Texas,

Amy M. Clark
Vice Chairman, Republican Party of Texas

*groups not affiliated with nor endorsed by the Republican Party of Texas in any way

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Heart of Texas Young Republicans Appoints Three New Officers


Heart of Texas Young Republicans Appoints Three New Officers

The Board of Directors of the Heart of Texas Young Republicans is pleased to announce the
appointment of three incredibly well qualified individuals to leadership positions with the organization.
With these new appointments, the Heart of Texas Young Republicans explicitly seeks to show its
commitment to diversity of experience, geography, and ideology in pursuit of their mission to unite and
grow the ranks of young Republicans throughout central Texas.

Jason Vaughn will serve as the next HOT YR Programming Director. Jason is a small business
owner in Williamson County who is the founder of Pro-Life Texas. Jason also has an extensive resume
of grassroots activism and campaign management. Jason served previously within the Young
Republicans as the Chairman of the North Denton County Young Republicans and on numerous levels
within the state Young Republican Federation including his current position as TYRF SREC Liaison. As
Programming Director, Jason will be responsible for coordinating Club events and securing speakers in
order to promote intellectual debate within the Republican Party at all levels.

Landon Campbell will serve as the next HOT YR Communications Director. Landon is
currently in his last year of law school at the University of Texas and serves as both the Chairman of the
UT Law Board of Advocates and the Executive Vice President of the Texas Federalist Society. Landon
has served previously in numerous youth Republican auxiliaries, as State Secretary of the High School
Republicans, State Secretary of the Texas Federation of College Republicans, and Founder and President
of the Hill Country Young Republicans. As Communications Director, Landon will be responsible for
constructing and implementing an aggressive and innovative social media plan and creating public
relations strategies for the Club.

Adam French will serve as the next HOT YR Treasurer. Adam is currently a Senior Tax
Accountant and is on track to obtain his CPA certification. Adam has an in-depth history within
Republican youth auxiliaries; having served in numerous capacities within the College Republicans at
both the State and Chapter level. Adam also has extensive experience in the Texas Federation of Young
Republicans as State Treasurer of the Texas Young Republican Federation, and as the Founder and
Chairman of the Hays County Young Republicans. As Treasurer, Adam will be responsible for keeping
all financial records of the Club, recording minutes of Board meetings, maintaining the Club
membership list, and coordinating the financial affairs of the club.

​ With these appointments, the Board of Directors of HOT YRs is not only creating an incredibly
strong Board but is also signaling a renewed geographic focus for the Club. While still maintaining and
developing its focus on Williamson County, HOT YRs will be initiating a major outreach initiative into
Travis County. This is symbolized not only by the appointment of two Travis County residents to the
Board, but will also be embodied within the coming months by the appointment of an Assistant Director
of Outreach to focus fully on bringing young Republicans within Travis County into the HOT YR
family. We look forward to the outreach and engagement and are firm in our commitment to be a home
for all young Republicans in the central Texas region.


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Williamson County GOP Grand Old Picnic Sept. 17


The 2017 Grand Old Picnic will be Sunday, September 17, 2pm – 6pm, in Georgetown’s Berry Springs Park.  This is the Williamson County GOP’s largest Annual Grassroots event attracts several hundred each year. ​

Enjoy free hot dogs, hamburgers, and all the fixings in a family-friendly park with plenty of activities for the entire family. Many elected officials and candidates will be in attendance, and this is an excellent opportunity to meet Republican activists and leaders from across the county in a relaxed atmosphere.  We need an accurate attendance count to ensure we have enough food, drinks, and such.

To RSVP, please send us an email with the number of adult and children attendees.

Railroad Commission Chairman Christi Craddick will be our special guest towards the beginning of the picnic.

An army of volunteers is critical to the success of the picnic.  We need help with set up, tear down, serving food, preparing food, monitoring children’s area, and working the registraton table, among other activities.  To volunteer to help with this year’s picnic, please send an email to or leave a message for Ronny Risinger at512-863-8481

All Republicans are invited to attend.

Question: What do we need to bring?
Answer: Seating can become scarce, so you may want to bring your favorite portable/folding chair. Sun screen, sun glasses, and such depending on weather might also be advisable. All food, drinks, plates, and plasticware will be provided.

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Texas Young Republican Federation Urges Veto on HB 62, the “Texting Ban”

The Heart of Texas Young Republicans are excited to announce that the Texas Young Republican Federation, our parent organization, has released the following press release regarding the Governor’s veto of HB62, the “Texting Ban”:

AUSTIN, TX May 22, 2017 – For the first time this session, the Texas Young Republican Federation calls upon Governor Abbott to veto a piece of legislation, HB 62, the “Texting Ban.” TYRF agrees with former Governor Rick Perry who called this legislation “a government effort to micromanage the behavior of adults” when he previously vetoed this legislation the last time in passed, in 2011.

“Not only is this an attempt to micromanage adult drivers, but this law would be extremely difficult to enforce, as it would be nearly impossible to prove whether a person potentially in violation was actually using their phone in an illegal manner. Our focus instead should be on whether a person is driving safely, and we already have laws on the book which deal with unsafe driving,” Texas Young Republican Federation Policy Director, Jonathan Gaspard said.

There is no statistical evidence linking texting to a significant number of Texas crashes to justify the need or the potential unintended consequences of this law. According to the most recent data from the Texas Department of Transportation, collected by Texas Peace Officers, 3,531 people died as a result of fatal crashes on Texas roads in 2015. Of those, 20 fatal crashes involved at least one driver who was texting on a cellular device, and less than 70 fatal crashes involved any use of a cellular device, including talking, texting, or other/unknown use.1 This number is dwarfed by other contributing factors such as the 502 fatal crashes where a driver failed to maintain a single lane, the 499 crashes where a driver was under the influence of alcohol, and the 407 crashes where a driver was not maintaining a safe speed.

In 2015, there were a total of 476 fatalities resulting from distracted driving. Of these, texting on a cellular device was a factor in only 20 fatal crashes (4.2%), while driver inattention was a factor in 326 fatal crashes (68.5%). When it comes to non-fatal crashes, texting played an even smaller role, as 40 serious injury crashes out of 13,616 serious injuries (0.3%) involved a driver who was texting, and a total of 205 injury crashes out of 246,335 injuries (0.08%) involved a driver who was texting. While we agree that drivers should not drive while distracted, it is clear from the data that texting while driving is a very small percentage of crashes resulting from distracted driving.

We call on Gov. Abbott to veto this bill the moment it gets to his desk.

The Texas Young Republican Federation encourages personal responsibility and advises drivers in Texas to avoid distracted driving, including sending text messages while driving.

You can see a copy of our official press release here.

For more information please contact: Jonathan Gaspard, TYRF Policy Director

Phone: (972) 375-8117



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Georgetown City Council Candidate Meet & Greet

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Become a Deputy Voter Registrar

Volunteer Deputy Registrars help register eligible citizens to vote by distributing, reviewing, and accepting completed voter registration applications.​  Deputy Voter Registrars serve terms that end December 31 of even number years.  People wishing to become a  Volunteer Deputy Voter Registrar for the 2017 – 2018 term in Williamson County must attend a 30-minute training program at the Williamson County Elections Department in Georgetown. Training classes are offered the first and third Tuesday of each month at 2:00pm and 6:00pm.

**Please contact the Williamson County Elections Office at 512-943-1630 to reserve a seat by 12:00 pm on the day you wish to attend training. Class size is limited, so please be sure to reserve your spot prior to arriving for class.**

Once you have completed your formal training, a staff member will issue you a certificate of appointment and give you a registration packet with instructions and supplies.  Important Note: You may not accept registration applications until you have received the registration packet and the Certificate of Appointment from the Williamson County Election’s Office.

(If you wish to register citizens to vote in other counties, you will need to check requirements in those counties.)

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