The Republican Party of Texas wishes to extend our appreciation and thanks to State Representatives Byron Cook, Kelly Hancock and Jim Keffer, for graciously hosting a recent fundraiser in Austin on behalf of the RPT.
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RPT Treasurer Tom Mechler has issued an update on the party’s finances for the last quarter. He reports that the Party’s finances continue to be strong while carrying no debt. RPT is in good standing with TEC and FEC.
The Republican Party of Texas is happy to announce that it has reached the milestone of a one year anniversary of being completely debt-free.
Despite his busy schedule in Washington, and his duties as Chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee - Senator Cornyn has taken a strong role to help the RPT achieve success and been very gracious with his time and support.
RNC Chair Reince Priebus - "I'm pleased to join with Chairman Munisteri and other dedicated Grassroots Club members to invest in the future of the Republican Party of Texas."
Texas Republicans Continue To Step Up To Assist the RPT
Said Chairman Munisteri, "The generosity of our Republican elected officials over the past few months has been overwhelming."
Chairman Munisteri announced that the event was the most financially successful fundraiser of this type in many years for the RPT. To date, the event has raised $197,400.
On Saturday, February 19th, the Republican Party of Texas hosted a fundraising reception with newly-elected Kentucky Senator Rand Paul in Dallas.
Slated to appear... Governor Rick Perry, Lt. Governor David Dewhurst, Speaker Joe Straus, Comptroller Susan Combs, Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples, Land Commissioner Jerry Patterson, Railroad Commissioners Elizabeth Ames Jones and Michael Williams
This donation will help the RPT to continue the growth of our conservative message in East Texas, and we look forward to gaining even more Republican victories here in 2012.
TRRCC has initiated a project to continue the momentum of our party’s recent electoral success, and has committed to raise additional funding for the Republican Party of Texas!
Chairman Munisteri: "I am particularly gratified that our support from these Republicans has been continuous and not sporadic. This allows us to continue to fund vital RPT programs and to prepare for the upcoming legislative session."
The RPT received some year-end Christmas presents, as several legislators who are members of the "DebtBusters" committee made significant contributions to the party.
It has been a dramatic turnaround in the Party's financial health - going from a literally bankrupt organization, to one that is financially solvent.
Dewhurst wisely suggested that the $100,000 of funds that he had raised be put aside into a "Rainy Day" fund, to only be used in emergency to prevent the party from ever going in debt in the future.
With a goal of raising and distributing $124,000 to Republican candidates, Steve and the other members of the CRC worked many long hours raising funds, reviewing funding applications, and making presentations across Texas.
We wish to extend special thanks and credit to three Republican members of the upper chamber in the State Senate who have stepped up to help the RPT in our efforts to strengthen our Republican majority in Texas.
It did not take long for Pat to make good on his pledge, and with months to spare, he not only met the $25,000 mark, but exceeded it with a total of $28,625 raised for the State Party!
Today, Republican Party of Texas State Chairman Steve Munisteri was delighted to receive a donation of $1000 to the RPT from Kathy Jones, President of the Star Republican Women's Club in Llano County, TX
The RPT is pleased to report that as a result of the Debt Busters and other elected officials' contributions, the RPT has been able to further reduce the debt to approximately $165,000.
Throughout the state, Victory Texas 2010 has partnered with allies and individual campaigns to set-up volunteer and communication structures focused on achieving victory in November.
Governor Rick Perry, laid out a strong case for why he should be re-elected at a Republican Party of Texas breakfast Thursday morning at the City Club in Fort Worth.
Today, we would like to ask you to be part of the launch of this program. Join with us and sign up for the new “Grassroots Club" for only $8.25 a month.
On behalf of the committee, Rep. Jim Keffer announced that merely one week into their existence, the "Debt Busters" have raised over $200,000 in contributions and pledges from 57 Republican members of the Texas House of Representatives.
One of the first calls Republican Party of Texas (RPT) Chairman Steve Munisteri received after he was elected was from Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison, who offered to assist the RPT in preparing for the November elections.
Chairman Munisteri stated, "This support is truly exciting. The response of the Party's grassroots, our elected officials, SREC members and major contributors has been invigorating to both me and the RPT."