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The Harris County Republicans Party (HCRP) is a volunteer organization.

HCRP is part of the Texas Republican Party and is the
official Republican Party Organization in Harris County.


Latest News

High School Republican Convention

The Harris County Republican Party Headquarters was host to the High School Republicans of Texas State Convention on Monday as well! Over 50 students from around the state gathered in Houston to hear from elected officials, hold their elections and mingle with fellow conservatives. If you are looking for evidence that the party is growing and becoming younger you need to look no further than the room of committed, young conservatives who make up this great organization. 

We love seeing so many young people involved in the Republican Party! 

HCRP Annual Lunch w/ the Chairman

On Monday, June 6th, HCRP hosted the Annual Luncheon with Chairman Paul Simpson and Special Guest Congressman John Culberson. This luncheon is one of the many perks that we offer to our donors for their support of the Harris County Republican Party. Members of the HCRP Grassroots Club,Foundation Club and Cornerstone Club gathered to enjoy lunch and hear about the current affairs of the Party. We would like to thank all of those who support the party both financially and with their time and effort as well as Congressman Culberson for being a part of the luncheon.

HCRP Swears in 37 NEW Precinct Chairs

On Monday, May 16, the Harris County Republican Party Executive Committee approved 37 new Precinct Chairs! Judge Dan Hinde of the 269th Civil Court administered the oath of office to these new chairs, who are eager to help defeat Democrats in November. This was one of the biggest incoming groups of Precinct Chairs to date. These new Precinct Chairs come from all over Harris County, spanning virtually every Senate District. Kudos go to the Vacancy Committee members who have devoted many hours interviewing candidates, including many late nights of hard work. They exemplify the dedication and determination we need to keep growing the Republican Party! 

Early Voting is underway

The Republican Runoff Election is here. Early Voting is this week, May 16 - May 20. Mark your calendars to make sure you cast your vote in this important runoff election!

NOTE: due to expected low turnout, Harris County will have only a limited number of Election Day polling locations on May 24. Chairman Paul Simpson urges you to take advantage of any of the 44 early voting locations around Harris County. 
Early Voting NOW - May 20 Click here for Early Vote Locations  

There are some new early voting locations, and others have been moved due to recent flooding.
So be sure to click the link above to find the polling place most convenient for you THIS WEEK.

Election Day May 24

Click here for Election Day Polling Locations

Click here for the Republican Runoff Ballot*

*HCRP does not endorse any candidate in primary elections

State Convention Training

The Harris County Republican Party and Republican Party of Texas are hosting events around the County specifically for Delegates and Alternates to State Convention. PLEASE LIMIT ATTENDANCE TO DELEGATES AND ALTERNATES ONLY.

April 26, 2016 at 6:30pm 

April 27, 2016 at 6:30pm 

April 30, 2016 at 10:30 am

To find the online training videos that RPT has posted click here and go to "State Convention Training".

Monthly Happy Hour a Success!!

Thanks to all those that came out to our monthly happy hour last week at Little Woodrows. We had a great turnout of party activists and judicial candidates mingling with one another over appetizers and drinks. Stay tuned for details about next month's happy hour.

HCRP Hosting Deputy Voter Registrar Trainings

HCRP is hosting volunteer deputy voter registrar trainings in our headquarters in our efforts to build and army of Republicans who are eligible to register voters. The staff from the Tax Office that hosted our most recent training said it was possibly the largest training they had ever hosted. HCRP will be hosting these trainings around the county each month in our Headquarters and each of our satellite offices. 

HCRP Volunteering at Camp Hope

On Saturday, April 16th, the Harris County Republican Party participated in a Statewide day of service with the Republican Party of Texas. Staff and volunteers cleaned and did yard work at Camp Hope in Northwest Harris County.

Camp Hope provides interim housing for our Wounded Warriors, veterans and their families suffering from combat related PTSD in a caring and positive environment. Learn more about how you too can volunteer at Camp Hope here.

Senate District Conventions on March 19th!

Thanks to our SD Convention sponsors:

Food and Beverage Sponsor (more available): Judge Alyssa Lemkuil, State Rep. Sarah Davis, State Rep. Wayne Smith, Harris County District Clerk Chris Daniel
Lanyard Sponsor: Judge Alyssa Lemkuil
Tote Sponsor: Lt. Governor Dan Patrick

*Note- candidates are not required to sponsor conventions in order to be allowed to speak. They may speak free of charge at the discretion of the SD Chair

2016 Lincoln-Reagan Dinner was a HUGE Success!

Thanks to all who attended the Harris County Republican Party Lincoln-Reagan Dinner last dinner for helping make it an overwhelming success. With over 1,200 attending, we bested last year’s record-setting event to once again host the largest Lincoln-Reagan Dinner in Texas!

This success ​was possible only through the support and dedication of grassroots activists, committed donors, countless volunteers, and our superb Republican elected officials. Thanks to all the participants in last night's dinner, including Governor Greg Abbott, Lt. Governor Dan Patrick, Railroad Commissioner Ryan Sitton, Bill King, Texas GOP Chair Tom Mechler, Gen. Robert Dees (Ret.), Pastor Steve Riggle, and the Ross Volunteers.​ We also especially thank presidential candidates Dr. Ben Carson and Senator Ted Cruz for taking time from their hectic schedules to address the crowd at last night’s record-breaking event.

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