The Texas Federation of Republican Women (TFRW) is a volunteer army unmatched by any other women's organization. TFRW makes it possible for women to influence how local, state, and federal government manages such critical issues as health, crime, education, taxes and financial security.
The TFRW's long-standing goals of education, training, participation in government, electing Republicans and encouraging Republican women to run for office has helped create a powerful organization that is over 10,000 members strong with 164 Local Clubs across the state of Texas.
Please make plans now to attend this year's Champion of Freedom Presentation honoring Land Commissioner George P. Bush! This complimentary luncheon event will be held in Austin on July 23 (click here to download the flyer). Reservations are required by July 17 (email TFRW Community Engagement Chair Tina Gibson; details on the flyer).
We are seeking table sponsorships ($1000 for a table of ten) to help offset expenses. Please download the flyer for more details.
Texas Star - Spring 2015 Edition
Click here to view photos from Legislative Day and the Belles & Boots Ball, courtesy Chip Pierce Photography
You can also view our Facebook page for more photos of all events.
The information on our site is always being updated and refreshed so that our members and visitors get the very latest in political news, guidance, and updates from TFRW. The latest:
2015 TFRW Convention Award Forms - We have updated and complete versions of the Ten Outstanding, Kay Bailey Hutchison, and other convention award forms online. To find the forms- Go to "Find a Form" -> "All Forms" above to locate this and other forms for you and your club. Or just click here!
2016-2017 Officer Nomination Application - If you are interested in becoming an officer on the TFRW Executive Committee, this is the first step! To find the form - Go to "Find a Form" -> "All Forms" above to locate this and other forms for you and your club. Or just click here!
2015 NFRW Caring for America Award Form - We have uploaded the form for the NFRW Caring for America award to the TFRW Find A Form page. You can access that and all our forms if you go to "Find a Form" -> "All Forms" or just click here for the NFRW Caring for America Award form.
2015 Membership Reporting Form - This form has been updated. Go to "Find a Form" -> "All Forms" above to locate this and other forms for you and your club. Or just click here!
2014-2015 Speakers Bureau - We have updated this list with a few fresh topics and speaker ideas. Log in to the "Members Only" section to access this. (Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are a TFRW member in need of the log-in information)
2015 Club Organization Forms - Click here for all forms dealing with club organization, including Notice of Officer Election and more.
TFRW Online Legislative Research Guide - VP of Legislation Rachel Woods has put together a guide for clubs and individuals to do basic legislative research. This tool will be updated occasionally. You can reach it by clicking here or going to Programs on the main link bar above, and then Legislation.
TFRW Calendar - This feature has been available for awhile, but may be new to you. If you would like your club meetings or special events listed in our online calendar, please contact email@example.com with the information!
TFRW Online Media Guides - Website & Online Media Chair Michele Samuelson is working on a series of "how-to" guides for social networking that will be posted in the Members Only section. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for access.
Thank you to everyone who attended Belles & Boots and Legislative Day in Austin. And thanks to all the clubs who participated in a fabulous week. It was tremendous seeing everyone blanketing the House and Senate Galleries in a sea of Republican red.
Naturally, these events don’t just happen. There were many hours spent planning and organizing along the way. Many thanks go to Janis Holt, VP Finance, for a beautiful Belles & Boots Ball to kick off Legislative Day. We appreciate all the sponsors of this event, and the many auction items which made the evening so exciting.
Legislative Day is a huge event which has many moving parts, but thanks to Rachel Woods, it was perfectly accomplished. Organizing speakers, sponsorships, transportation and workshops, were all handled in such a professional manner. Thank you, Rachel, for organizing everything, including the rally on the Capitol steps against Human Trafficking and to Michele Samuelson for being the “lead” on that project.
While we are thanking folks – our staff in Austin, Elexis Grimes and Cindi McIntyre worked many extra hours to help with Legislative Day, auctions, and Belles & Boots. The next time you call into the office, be sure and thank them!
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