SHERATON AUSTIN HOTEL at the CAPITOL
701 EAST 11TH
AUSTIN, TX 78701
RATE $135 AVAILABLE UNTIL 7/20
EARLY ACCESS $85
GENERAL ACCESS $100
CHECK INTO HOTEL
MEET IN SHERATON LOBBY TO DEPART FOR CRUISE, TRANSPORTATION PROVIDED
LAKE AUSTIN CRUISE
MEMBER’S LOUNGE | CAPITOL EXTENSION
BREAKOUT I | E2.010
BREAKOUT II | E2.014
BREAKOUT III | E2.010
BREAKOUT IV | E2.014
LUNCH | LEGISLATIVE CONFERENCE CENTER
TYRF BUSINESS MEETINGS
GALA | TRINITY HALL | 311 E 5TH ST
A NIGHT OUT ON THE TOWN
(ALL EVENTS INCLUDED IN FEE)
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The Heart of Texas Young Republicans were well represented at the recent Republican Party of Texas Convention with many delegates and alternate delegates. Throughout the state, some YRs were elected SREC chairman (Congrats Austin YRs for 2!!) or chairwoman of their Senatorial districts. Texas YRs had a booth front and center at the convention, and our elected officials both county and statewide stopped by to visit our President, Kristen Smith. We hope you’ll come be a part of our work to help show the Republican Party that the young vote is here, and we are REPRESENTING!!
Going to convention next week? We are joining forces with College Republicans and we need YOUR help to staff our booth! At the YR/CR booth, we will pass out literature and swag, talk to conference attendees, and meet and mingle with fellow Young Republicans.
Would you take a moment to volunteer 30 minutes of your time to help promote TYRF to the thousands of attendees? Sign up TODAY for one, two, or all volunteer time slots to make help us a positive impact! Setup and tear down time slots are also available.
Before signing up, please take a look at the RPT State Convention Schedule located here: https://www.texasgop.org/2016-convention/. If you are a delegate or alternate, please pay close attention to the times at which you will need to be in other meetings/doing convention business!
Questions? Contact our Executive Board at email@example.com.
180 years ago, General Sam Houston defeated Mexican General Santa Anna in the final battle of the Texan Revolution, the Battle of San Jacinto. We celebrate San Jacinto Day as the beginning of Texan independence and a victory for liberty and freedom.
Today is also Aggie Muster. For our HOT YR Aggie members, associate members and benefactors, you may have few names, but there are many people at your local Muster.
Just as the dust settled from the March 1st primary election, two new elections are on the horizon. During the May 7th general and special elections, voters in Williamson County will vote on city offices, bonds and propositions. The offices up for grabs include mayoral and city council races. Fellow HOT YR member Kaden Norton is running for Place 4 on the Cedar Park city council. Early voting will be from April 25-30th and May 2nd-May 3rd.
The second May election will be on May 24th. This election is the primary runoff for Republicans and Democrats. Williamson County Republicans will be voting for Railroad Commissioner, Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals Places 2 and 5, Judge, County Court at Law No. 2 and County Commissioner for Precinct No. 1. Early voting is May 16th-20th.
For voters unsure about the location of polling places, candidates and offices for both elections, the Williamson County Elections Office has helpful information on its website.
Young voters interested in meeting some of the candidates can come to the HOT YRs’ upcoming April Social at the Uptown Social in Georgetown on April 27th from 6:30 p.m – 8:30 p.m.