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THE 2022 ELECTIONS ARE HERE
As the races start, it is time for YOU to get involved. Start connecting at Republican events all over Bexar County to meet your candidates.
Tuesday, November 8- General Election
Chairman Jeff McManus has proposed cutting 10 additional voting center locations after the Bexar County Elections Department proposed cutting the number of voting centers from 300 to 258 for November.
RPBC Executive Committee Meeting
Republican Party of Bexar County Executive Committee
SA Professional Firefighters Banquet Hall
8925 W Interstate 10, San Antonio, TX 78230
Meeting #3 – Tuesday, 16 August 2022
Registration 5:00 Meeting Convenes 6:00 PM
When will the madness ever end? The fascist Democrats have proven once again that they are willing to go to any lengths to stop Republicans from winning in November!
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Carol Van De Walle is the Republican Election Judge for Mail-In Ballots (Early Voting Ballot Board)
If you are one of our mail ballot voters, you may have received your ballot for the election May 7. Shortly you will also receive a ballot for the Republican Primary Run-Off election if you requested annual ballots for all elections.
The Bexar County Executive Committee (CEC) is composed of the County Chair, Vice Chair and Precinct Chairs. The County Chair and Precinct Chairs are elected by popular vote at the Republican Primary Election held in March of each even-numbered year. Voters residing in each of the county’s voting precincts elect their respective Precinct Chairs. Officers are either elected or appointed according to CEC bylaws. Ex officio members of the CEC include the SREC members of the county’s SDs and appointed Party officers. In even number years, Senatorial District Conventions are held in Bexar County to elect Delegates to the Republican Party of Texas (RPT) state convention and to pass resolutions that may be included in RPT platform.
The State Republican Executive Committee (SREC) is composed of the State Chair, Vice Chair, and one man and one woman from each of the 31 Texas Senatorial Districts (SDs). Delegates elect a State Chair, a State Vice-Chair, and the SREC at the RPT State Convention held in late spring of even-numbered years. Each SD elects a Committeeman and Committeewoman to represent their respective district. In Presidential election years, the RPT Convention also elects a National Committeeman and Committeewoman , Delegates to the Republican National Convention and Republican Electors for the Electoral College. Other officers are either elected or appointed, according to SREC bylaws. Ex officio members of the SREC include the National Committeeman and Committeewoman, Party officers and Auxiliary representatives. SREC members help organize and oversee Party activities in their respective SDs and make necessary party business decisions between conventions.
The RNC is composed of all State Party Chairs plus one Committeeman and one Committeewoman from each State and U.S. Territory. RNC Officers are elected by the RNC membership. The Republican National Convention is held every four years and is responsible for selecting the Presidental candidate and other Party business. Texas Republicans elect their RNC Committeeman, Committeewoman and Republican National Convention delegates at the RPT Conventions held in presidential election years.