ABOUT THE PARTY MISSION
The Fort Bend County Republican Party promotes a conservative philosophy of government by sharing our conservative principles through a countywide organization. The party’s organization provides an infrastructure through which those who share our conservative principles can get involved in the political process, run for and be elected to public office, and govern according to our principles when elected.
The Republican philosophy is a true reflection of traditional Texas values. It is these values core Republican principles that will sustain Texas into the future and continue to make our State strong, prosperous and proud.
Families intent on giving their children the hope of a better tomorrow, the promise of a safe and secure today, and an appreciation and respect of yesterday.
A government that promotes policies to unlock individual potential and unleash economic growth. Government that does not try to be all things to all people.
The opportunity to chart one’s own course, start a business, chase a dream, or build a life regardless of gender, race, or religion.
Individuals taking personal responsibility for their own actions and a criminal justice system based on this idea. With freedom comes responsibility.
The entrepreneurial spirit of the individual that continues to solidify Texas as a world economic power.
Principled leaders with an understanding of Texas’ heritage and a clear vision for Texas’ future. Leadership that is unwavering in the face of criticism, steadfast when confronted with adversity, and committed to building a better State.
A society assisting those in need rather than a government trying to solve every problem by just throwing more money at it.
An educational system that prepares children for tomorrow’s workplace regardless of race, wealth or geographical location. Education is the bedrock of freedom and the gateway to opportunity.
Freedom that is God given, affirmed by our Founding Fathers, articulated in the Declaration of Independence, and protected by the Constitution.
The rule requires candidates for Republican Party County Chair in counties with a population of 300,000 or more file petitions containing signatures of at least 10% of the incumbent precinct chairs of the County Executive Committee. 2016-Rules-with-March-17-SREC-Updates_Correct