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The Republican philosophy is a true reflection of traditional Texas values. The Fayette County Republican Party believes in freedom, opportunity for all, strong families, limited government, quality education, rugged individualism, personal responsibility, & honest compassion.

Our core Republican values will sustain Texas into the future, keeping Texans strong, prosperous and proud for generations to come.

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To learn more about how to register to vote; or more about early/curbside voting; or how to request a ballot by mail, please visit the Fayette County website.

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Fayette County Republican Party Forums

Fayette County Republican Party will host Republican candidate forums covering the three contested races in Fayette County, and the State HD85 Republican candidates.  Below are the dates, times, and locations of the forums.  These are FREE and open to all voters wanting to make an informed decision on March 1, 2022.

JANUARY 22
2:30 - 6 pm

County Commissioner Pct. 4 Candidates: Drew Brossmann, Stephen Matula

County Judge Candidates: Lori Berger, William Bernsen, Craig Moreau, Dan Mueller

JANUARY 29
5 - 9 pm

Ellinger Chamber of Commerce Hall
104 W Colorado Sky St.
Ellinger, TX 78938

Justice of the Peace Pct. 2 Candidates: Jamie Moreau, Brad Neville, Victor Weishuhn

County Judge Candidates: Lori Berger, William Bernsen, Craig Moreau, Dan Mueller

FEBRUARY 5
5 - 7 pm

Frisch Auf!
Valley Country Club
575 Country Club Dr.
La Grange, TX 78945

County Judge Candidates: Lori Berger, William Bernsen, Craig Moreau, Dan Mueller

FEBRUARY 12
5 - 7 pm

Frisch Auf!
Valley Country Club
575 Country Club Dr.
La Grange, TX 78945

State HD 85 Representative Candidates: Artemio “Art” Hernandez, Stan Kitzman, Fred Roberts, Phil Stephenson

The HISTORY of

The Republican Party
of Texas

Free Spirit of Texans
Early Texans lived, loved, and died entirely by their own efforts without relying on government to fulfill their needs. Just like modern Texans, early settlers believed in families, churches and neighbors, not in bureaucracy.
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Early History
Most state leaders were Democrats prior to the Civil War, and thus supported the pro-slavery Confederacy. But President Abraham Lincoln, the first Republican president, gained the support of Texas Republicans and several prominent state leaders, like Sam Houston, Texas’ first Governor.
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Jaybird - Woodpecker War
Imagine a time when black voters who were highly qualified, with numeric voting power, and united for common causes came to agreements to duly elect black and white colleagues to almost every post in a county and control it because of the black voting power.
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Today & Tomorrow
Across Texas, more and more citizens of the Lone Star State from all walks of life and background are identifying themselves with the Republican Party’s values and ideals.
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