Notice of Local Canvass, June 2, 2022

Convenes at 6:30 PM on June, 2 2022 at Republican Party of Bexar County Headquarters.
10300 Heritage Blvd Ste 240, San Antonio, TX 78216

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Get your tickets now for MIDTERMS: Why We Fight.

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Before you send in your mail ballot understand what the new law requires

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.

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Republican Party of Bexar County Chairman, John Austin, Announced a New Program

For Immediate ReleaseMarch 22, 2022 Republican Party of Bexar County Chairman, John Austin, announced a program to be held at party headquarters on Wednesday evening, March 23. Activist Amy Hedtke, who has opposed bonds throughout Texas, will deliver a presentation on why voters should oppose both the 1.2- billion-dollar city bond and the $992,000,000 Northside ISD […]

Read More 4 Republicans, 1 Democrat vie for party’s nomination in March primary in Texas House District 122

Winner in November General Election will succeed Republican Lyle Larson who has held seat since 2010 SAN ANTONIO – Get more election news on KSAT’s Vote 2022 page. Five potential successors are lining up for the reliably Republican House seat in District 122, which covers parts of northern Bexar County. After serving in the Texas […]

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Texas Public Radio: Trish DeBerry and Nathan Buchanan face off in GOP primary for Bexar County Judge

Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff announced in October he would not seek reelection for a sixth term in 2022, so the race is on to replace him with seven GOP and Democratic candidates in the running. Just two candidates are on the Republican primary ballot: Trish DeBerry and Nathan Buchanan. To read the rest of […]

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Easy to Vote, Hard to Cheat: A look at Mail-in Ballots

When any government makes a change, there is often good news and bad news. That adage applies to the new Texas Election Integrity law which went into effect on December 2, 2021,* which has added several complications to the mail ballot application process this year. First, the good news, the tagline for this law was: […]

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Republican Party of Texas Files Amicus Brief Supporting Attorney General’s Authority to Prosecute Election Fraud

Austin, TX, Release: January 19, 2021 — For Immediate Release The Republican Party of Texas (RPT) filed an Amicus Brief in the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals asking the court to grant a rehearing of the Stephens v. State case, in which the court rendered an opinion stripping the Texas Attorney General of his long-standing […]

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