We Believe… The proper function of government is to do for the people those things that have to be done but cannot be done, or cannot be done as well, by individuals, and that the most effective government is government closest to the people.
We Believe… Good government is based upon the individual and that each person’s ability, dignity, freedom, and responsibility must be honored and recognized.
We Believe… The free enterprise and the encouragement of individual initiative and incentive have given this nation an economic system second to none.
We Believe… In equal right, equal justice and equal opportunity for all, regardless of race, creed, age, sex or national origin.
We Believe… We must retain those principles of the past worth retaining, yet always be receptive to new ideas with an outlook broad enough to accommodate thoughtful change and varying points of view.
We Believe… That Americans value and should preserve their feeling of national strength and pride, and at the same time share with people everywhere a desire for peace and freedom and the extension of human rights throughout the world.
We Believe… The Republican Party is the best vehicle for translating these ideals into positive and successful principles of government.
Tarrant County is the crown jewel of the Republican Party in Texas. For many election cycles our state wide candidates and office holders have depended on the efforts of Tarrant County Republican Party to get our voters to the polls.
We are the only large urban Republican county in Texas. The work we do locally helps keep Texas strong, free and prosperous.
We maintain a year round Headquarters at 2405 Gravel Drive in Ft. Worth that provides services and resources for voters, candidates and local Republicans. Additionally we oversee the Republican Primary election, and recruit and train Republicans to work at the polls in the November general election.
We receive no funding from the Republican National Committee or the Republican Party of Texas. Our work is funded by contributions. We are legally classified as a political action committee whose structure is determined by State law and by Party rules.
Local political parties in Texas are made up of a County Chair and Precinct Chairs who are elected by the voters in the Primary Election.