Ask your SREC members to vote James Dickey for Republican Party of Texas Chair
Texas Right to Life needs your help!
Due to our firm belief that he will be a dedicated defender of Life once in office, Texas Right to Life PAC is proud to announce our support and endorsement of James Dickey for Chairman of the Republican Party of Texas!
James’ extensive party involvement, including his most recent position as chairman of the Travis County Republican Party, makes him a highly experienced candidate to serve as chair of the Republican Party of Texas. James shares Texas Right to Life’s desire to see a more involved state party enforcing Republican principles in state government, including and most importantly, the sanctity of innocent human Life.
This Saturday, in the wake of the resignation of former Chairman Tom Mechler, the State Republican Executive Committee will vote by secret ballot to decide the new chairman of the RPT. The SREC sets official policy for the party and is comprised of two members (one male and one female) from each Texas senate district. This 62-member body will elect the chairman this weekend and we must ensure they choose James Dickey.
We need you to call and email both of your SREC members and urge them to cast their vote for James Dickey! These men and women are supposed to represent you in the leadership of the Republican Party and they must know your unwavering commitment to protecting Life.
Who are my SREC members?
What’s my senate district number?
For example: if you live in the city of McKinney with a ZIP code of 75070, you live in Senate District 8 and your SREC members are Candy Noble and Karl Voigtsberger.
Personally contacting your SREC members is the most effective way to ensure that the new leadership of the Republican Party of Texas rightfully prioritizes the defense of Life! Help Texas Right to Life in our efforts to keep the RPT committed to acting on Pro-Life values; call your SREC members today and ask them to elect James Dickey as the new chairman.
Political ad proudly paid for by Texas Right to Life PAC.
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