Republican Party of Navarro County
Republican Party of Navarro County

 Republican Party Of Navarro County -- Working for a Better Tomorrow


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Republican Party of Navarro County Meetings:

The Republican Party Of Navarro County will hold its next Executive Committee Meeting on Monday July 13, 2015 at 6:30 pm at the RPNC headquarters located at 111-B West Third Avenue in downtown Corsicana, about 1 1/2 blocks east of the Navarro County Courthouse.




All registered voters are welcome to attend.


RPNC Meeting Calendar 2015:
January 12
February 9 Reagan Day Dinner
March 30
April 13 cancelled
July 13
October 12



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Natosha K. Monroe PhD-ABD, MA, LPC-I#70745

Navarro County Republican Women

The next meeting of the Navarro County Republican Women will be:
Tuesday, May 19, 2015 from 11:30am - 1:00pm at the Republican Headquarters, located at 111-B West 3rd Avenue, in downtown Corsicana. Social time and lunch begins at 11:30am, with the meeting and program to begin promptly at noon.

Special guest speaker Natosha Monroe will give us a unique look at the military based on her years of service and experience.


State Senator SD7 Dan Patrick

Legislative Week In Review: April 20 - April 24

April 24, 2015
Wednesday was the 100th day of the 84th Legislative Session, and it's amazing what the Senate has already been able to accomplish in this short time. We continued that progress this week by passing two more historic bills:

Sen. Brian Birdwell's SB 3 dramatically increases border security by reinforcing the National Guard's role and expanding DPS training and security presence at this crucial time. It passed by a 26-4 margin. The bill also calls for new southbound checkpoints and provides funding for 10-hour DPS workdays.

On the education front, Sen. Larry Taylor's SB 4 allows tax credit scholarships for students who are stuck in failing schools, and students with disabilities, to attend the school of their choice. Businesses who donate to the scholarship fund will receive a tax credit to help lower a portion of their franchise tax liability. This is the first school choice bill of its kind to pass the Texas Senate.


Republican Party Of Texas

Legislative Update -- April 24, 2015

April 24, 2015
On the Floor this Week

RPT-Designated Priority Bills:

•HB 1690, (relating to the transfer of the Public Integrity Unit), passed the floor of the House this week.
•SB 3, the Senate measure to secure the border, passed the full Senate this week.
•SB 4, which has become the vehicle for school choice legislation in the Senate, passed the Senate floor this week.
•Both the Senate and the House have appointed conferees to discuss a budget compromise. Representing the House are Reps. Otto, Turner, Ashby, Larry Gonzales, and Sarah Davis. Senate conferees are Nelson, Schwertner, Kolkhorst, Hinojosa, and Huffman.
•SB 1968 – is now eligible to be heard on the Senate floor. This Paycheck Protection bill, authored by Sen. Huffman, is designated as an RPT priority, as it relates to the defense of free speech, by protecting workers from subsidizing political campaigns they may not support.


SD 22 Leadership Conference -- June 13 2015

State Senate District 22 Leadership Conference and Training Seminar

June 13, 2015 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
I regret that we had to cancel our Leadership Forum last Saturday February 28 with the State Chairman candidates. Tom Mechler was ice bound in Amarillo and Dallas conditions were very dicey for Wade Emmert. I did not want to chance anyone having travel issues to come in.

Please save the date of Saturday June 13, 2015, which is the rescheduled date for a Leadership Conference at Hill College. This will be an extensive seminar with break out sessions for training in various subjects.


Tom Mechler -- Chair Republican Party Of Texas

State Party Chair Tom Mechler Update -- April 2015

April 21, 2015
From The Desk of RPT Chairman Tom Mechler

Dear Republican friend,

It has been a busy time here at the Republican Party of Texas. I want to take a few minutes to update you on our work, thank you for your support, and share our vision for the Republican Party with you. As you know, I recently was elected as the new RPT Chairman, in the wake of Steve Munisteri’s decision to pass the torch to someone else after his very successful tenure. Steve has set our party on the right path, both financially and strategically. His dedication and hard work have paved the way for me to continue the necessary work to ensure that the RPT grows in influence, active membership, and financial strength for decades to come.


Republican Party Of Texas

Legislative Update -- April 18, 2015

April 18, 2015
In Committee this Week
RPT-Designated Priority Bills:

•The House Ways & Means Committee, under Chairman Bonnen, reported out his two tax bills this week on a 7-2 vote as favorably substituted. HB 31 relates to the decrease in the state’s sales and use tax rate, while HB 32 relates to decreasing the rates of the business franchise tax.
•SB4, which has become the vehicle for school choice legislation in the Senate, passed favorably out of committee. It will now head to the Senate floor for consideration.
•SB 1968, the Paycheck Protection bill authored by Sen. Huffman, was passed out of the Senate State Affairs Committee this week on a 6-3 vote. This is designated as an RPT priority, as it relates to the defense of free speech, by protecting workers from subsidizing political campaigns they may not support.


Chris Baldwin sworn in as RPNC Chair by Judge HM Davenport

Chris Balwin Elected County Chair

April 1, 2015
The Republican Party of Navarro County Executive Committee had unanimously elected Chris Baldwin of Corsicana as County Chair on March 30 and fill the remaining term of Frank Steed, whom resigned this month, after 5 ½ years of service.

State Senator SD22 Brian Birdwell

State Senator Brian Birdwell Capitol Update -- April 10, 2015

Capitol Update 4-10-15
Greetings from your Texas Capitol!

The last two weeks have been particularly busy here in Austin, but I’m very pleased with some of the issues we’ve been able to tackle during that time. As we get closer to sine die—the Latin term we use to define the end of the legislative session—I will keep you posted on the status of our key legislation in both the House and Senate. For now, let’s get into the Update.


State Senator SD22 Brian Birdwell

State Senator Brian Birdwell Passes River Authority Sunset Legislation

April 9, 2015
AUSTIN—In an important step forward to ensure the accountability of Texas’ river authorities, State Senator Brian Birdwell (R-Granbury) passed Senate Bill 523 unanimously through the Texas Senate on Thursday, by vote of 31-0, moving the permanent, recurring review of these entities one step closer to becoming law. Birdwell’s legislation requires the Sunset Advisory Commission to analyze each Texas river authority’s governance, management, operating structure, and compliance with legislative requirements.

Navarro County Democrat Precinct Chairs of the newly formed executive committee

These Guys Are Not Going Away!

Staff Reports to the Corsicana Daily Sun
Navarro County Democrats Announce Reorganization

The Navarro County Democratic Party reports it has appointed several new precinct chairs and has formed a new executive committee.

County Chair Linda Mertz said her executive board includes several longtime Democrats in the county, along with one of the youngest precinct chairs in the state.

A reorganization meeting was held Sept. 18 at Bethlehem Baptist Church. Members of the executive committee are Sherry D. Everitt, Marjorie Procter-Smith, Elbert Turner, Tinnis Manning, Jessie M. Mills, Cole Dulworth and Alfred Sims.


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