Dallas County Council of Republican Women
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11617 N. Central Expressway #240 Dallas, Texas 75243 
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"You and I have a rendezvous with destiny. We will preserve for our children this, the last best hope of man on earth, or we will sentence them to take the first step into a thousand years of darkness. If we fail, at least let our children and our children's children say of us we justified our brief moment here. We did all that could be done.              Ronald Reagan
"One of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors."  - Plato
"The seven blunders that human society commits and cause all the violence:
• wealth without work,                      
• pleasure without conscience,
• knowledge without character,         
• commerce without morality,
• science without humanity,               
• worship without sacrifice, and
• politics without principles."

    -- Mahatma Mohandas K. Gandhi

"Ladies, Can We Talk" Is On 660AM The Answer

Our very own Debbie Georgatos is hosting a radio show on Sundays from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. on 660 AM.  The program is called "Ladies, Can We Talk?"

How Do I Become a Member of DCCRW??

So glad you asked…

First, check out the individual clubs at the link HERE. Find the club that
(1) is in your geographic area, and/or (2) meets at a time you are available to meet.
Click on a link to the club's website or newsletter if available, or the club president to ask additional questions or to request a membership form. Return that, along with a check to cover your annual dues to the address on the form…
Voila!  You have become a member of the individual club, PLUS you enjoy the bonus benefit of membership in the DCCRW, the Texas Federation of Republican Women AND the National Federation of Republican Women.
You will enjoy membership in the largest and most influential group of patriotic and politically-minded-women in the USA.

Click here to read the current newsletter, The Republican Reporter.

Subscribe here.
To learn more about the values and goals of Republican Women, watch this!
POWER Rally!

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Click here for news article!


Dolly Madison
The Honorable John Carona

Abigail Adams
Jeb Hensarling, U.S. Congressman, District 5
Don Huffines, Texas State Senator, District 16
Geraldine "Tincy" Miller, State Board of Education, District 12
Nate Crain, former DCRP Chairman

Presidential Sponsor
Phillip Huffines, Dallas County Republican Party Chairman

Congressional Sponsors
Pete Sessions, U.S. Congressman, District 32
Kenny Marchant, U.S. Congressman, District 24
Morgan Meyer, Texas House of Representatives, District 108
First Republican Women
Park Cities Republican Women

Judicial Power Sponsors
Michael Burgess, U.S. Congressman, District 26 The Taffy Goldsmith Family

Mike Cantrell, Dallas County Commissioner, District 2
Ruth Chambers, In Honor of Betty Secker
Christi Craddick,
Texas Railroad Commissioner
Toni Anne Dashiell, National
Committeewoman Texas

Salvation Army Band Sponsored by Claudia and Howard Nelson

2016 POWER Candidates
who answered our call to Rally!

Jeb Hensarling, U.S. Congressman, District 5 Kenny Marchant, U.S. Congressman, District 24
Pete Sessions, U.S. Congressman, District 32 Michael Burgess, U.S. Congressman, District 26
Charles Lingerfelt, United States Representative, District 30
M. Mark Mitchell, United States Representative, District 33
Linda Koop, State Representative, District 102
Rodney Anderson, State Representative, District 105
Kenneth Sheets, State Representative, District 107
Angie Chen Button, State Representative, District 112
Cindy Burkett, State Representative, District 113
Jason Villalba, State Representative, District 114
Matt Rinaldi, State Representative, District 115
Lana Myers, Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 4
David Schenck, Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 7
Susan Rankin, District Judge, 254th Judicial District
Tom Spackman, Criminal District Judge, Dallas County No. 2
 Kirk Launius, Dallas County Sheriff
Steven Rayshell, County Commissioner, District 1

Special Thanks
Deputy Constables Randy Savoy
and Lamar Grass
Mary Jo Gardere, POWER Artist
Barbara Gary, Photographer
Judy Moore Productions, Inc.
and Gil Pitts
Cheryl Brown

Thank you to our sponsors of DCCRW's Legislative Day with TFRW

Our Lunch Sponsors:
Rep. Rodney Anderson
Rep. Cindy Burkett
Rep. Angie Chen Button
Rep. Linda Koop
Rep. Morgan Meyer
Rep. Matt Rinaldi
Rep. Jason Villalba
Afternoon Tea hosted by Senator Don Huffines

All Legislators and Officials who briefed us on the issues.
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More pictures from the 2017 coming soon
The Dallas County Republican Party has moved!
New Address:
11617 N. Central Expressway, Suite 240, Dallas, TX 75243
Congratulations to Jeannee O'Neill, the 2017 Jan Patterson/Anita Hill Lifetime Achievement Award winner!

Exclusive DCCRW "Friends" Event

Friends, please plan to join us!

Sunday, March 11
3:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Beautiful Highland Park home

Hattie Bryant presents “I’ll Have it my Way”

Not yet a DCCRW Friend? Click here!

Invitation coming soon!

A little about Hattie:
I'm Hattie Bryant, author of the book, I’ll Have It My Way: Taking Control of End of Life Decisions. This book is the culmination of a lifelong passion for learning, teaching and making a difference in the life of others.

Since I began my professional career in 1979, I've made my living as an adult educator. While working at one of my earliest jobs, I decided that I should either sell something or own something. After two years of research, I incorporated a business, Leadership Development Corporation for which I developed my own materials. I worked through a leading franchisor of business education materials and in that group I was among its top ten performers out of hundreds.

For the next fifteen years, I taught management, sales and customer service in the classrooms of hundreds of small businesses and from the convention platform. I've had the privilege of presenting seminars in 47 states and have produced teaching materials for customers like ABC-TV, Chase-JP Morgan, IBM, Microsoft, Qwest, and Verizon. My seminars and continuing-education curriculum development have been in business schools throughout the world.

In 1994, my husband and I began production of the television series, Small Business School. The program featured business owners from several countries, 34 states and 150 cities. We created over 300 half-hour episodes that reached into most U.S. homes via some 250 PBS member stations. The show also aired around the world through over 1000 affiliates of the Voice of America-TV. Funding was secured from Fortune 500 companies such as IBM, Thomson Learning, Verizon, Qwest, Travelers, Dun & Bradstreet, AT&T, MassMutual and Microsoft. The program aired until 2012.

I am also the author of the book Beating the Odds, and in 1997 was given the Award of Excellence from the White House for my success in bringing the story of small business to television. Content from the show was edited into video companions for fifty college textbooks and an online one-of-a-kind learning tool.

Most recently, I studied at the University of Southern California Graduate School of Gerontology. I now live with my husband in the Austin, Texas area.
"Hattie's lively and instructive presentation, rich with real-life examples, will guide you and encourage you to begin the most important life work you will ever do--taking personal responsibility for making the decisions that only you can make if you wish to live freely and peacefully all the way to the end." -- Alan Foster, PBS Executive Producer
6, 9:30–11:30 a.m., Working DCCRW Board Meeting @ DCRP HQ

76:15–8:30 p.m. "Candidate Speed Dating" @ Museum of Biblical Arts

17 DCRP Reagan Day Dinner with VP Mike Pence

20 Early Voting begins for Primaries.

2 Early Voting ends.


11Friends event (See details on this page)

13 9:30–11:30 a.m. @ DCRP HQ
· Runoff candidates invited.
· Communications/Social Media Training

13 Dallas Downtown RW will meet at 6:30pm at DCRP HQ. Speaker: DCRP Chairmen Missy Shorey

24 – Senate District Conventions

1 – Easter Sunday

7 9:30–11:30 a.m. Working Board Meeting @ DCRP HQ

13-14 – TFRW BOD, Austin

21 North Texas "Connecting Conservative Women" event @ Richardson Civic Center
(DCCRW support role)

23 Early Voting begins for Joint (Municipal) Elections.

1  Early Voting ends.


8 DCCRW Evening meeting with program

14 Early Voting begins for Runoffs.

18 – Early Voting ends.


June - August
No formal summer meetings scheduled.

Power Hour events to be held across Dallas County
thru the fall.

Community Service Project will take place over
summer months.
Precinct Convention Information

Last night, the Dallas County Republican Party Executive Committee voted to hold this year's Republican Precinct Conventions on Thursday, March 8, from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. at the places where the Precincts' respective Senate District Conventions will be held.

Below are locations posted or known for these conventions, and contact information for the Temporary Chairs. (Information may be updated at https://dallasgop.org/2018-sd-conventions/.)

Please help get the word out and encourage your club members to be involved in the important Convention process, beginning with voting in the March 6 Republican Primary (crucial) and by attending their Precinct Conventions on March 8