The “Club of the Year Award”
At the 2016 Dallas GOP Reagan Day Dinner Elena Blake receiving award from Wade Emmert, Dallas County Chair.
To find your precinct and other voting info:
Summary of Convention and Election Process
March 1, 2016
Purpose of the Precinct Convention is to elect delegates and adopt resolutions to the County/Senatorial District Convention. Delegates need NOT have any special training or experience, just a willingness to be involved in making a difference.
March 19, 2016 in Dallas
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Compiled October 12, 2014 by the Irving Republican Women’s Club, based on www.VoteTexas.gov powered by the Texas Secretary of State
WHEN TO VOTE
|First Day of Early Voting||Monday, October 20, 2014 (17thday before election day falls on a Saturday, first day moves to next business day) Polling location hours for early voting may vary. Check www.dallascountyvostes.org|
|Last Day to Apply for Ballot by Mail
(Received, not Postmarked)
|Friday, October 24, 2014 (NEW LAW: 9th day before election day; regular ABBM)FPCA deadline is Tuesday, October 28, 2014 (UNCHANGED: 7th day before election day; FPCA)|
|Last Day of Early Voting||Friday, October 31, 2014 (EARLY VOTING HAS NOW ENDED)|
|Last day to Receive Ballot by Mail||Tuesday, November 4, 2014 (election day) at 7:00 p.m. (unless overseas deadline applies)|
|ELECTION DAY||Tuesday, November 4, 2014, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.|
Registered and eligible voters may vote at ANY early voting location located in the county of residence.
WHAT YOU NEED TO VOTE
Verify you are a registered voter here: https://team1.sos.state.tx.us/voterws/viw/faces/SearchSelectionVoter.jsp
YOU NEED TO PRESENT A PHOTO ID TO VOTE!
Acceptable forms of photo ID:
- Texas driver license issued by the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS)
- Texas Election Identification Certificate issued by DPS
- Texas personal identification card issued by DPS
- Texas concealed handgun license issued by DPS
- United States military identification card containing the person’s photograph
- United States citizenship certificate containing the person’s photograph
- United States passport
With the exception of the U.S. citizenship certificate, the identification must be current or have expired no more than 60 days before being presented for voter qualification at the polling place.
What happens if you refuse to show proof of identity?
Voters who refuse to show proof of identity will be allowed to vote by provisional ballot. However, refusal to show ID is not a valid ground for casting a provisional ballot, and it is likely that the voter’s ballot will be rejected by the ballot board.
We hope you have found this information helpful. For additional information, please contact 1-800-252-VOTE (8683) or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
EARLY VOTING LOCATIONS FOR IRVING (Now ended)
Irving City Hall 825 W Irving Blvd Irving 75060
Valley Ranch Library 401 Cimarron Trail Irving 75063
GENERAL ELECTION VOTING LOCATIONS FOR IRVING
4600 Sally B Elliot Elem School – 1900 S Story Rd Irving, TX 75060 1 Ballot for County &
4601 Sally B Elliot Elem School – 1900 S Story Rd Irving, TX 75060 1 Ballot for County &
4602 Nimitz High School – 100 W Oakdale Irving, TX 75060 1 Ballot for County &
4603 Nimitz High School – 100 W Oakdale Irving, TX 75060 1 Ballot for County &
4604 Nimitz High School – 100 W Oakdale Irving, TX 75060 1 Ballot for County &
4605 Otis Brown Elem School – 2501 W Tenth St Irving, TX 75060 1 Ballot for County &
1 Ballot for County ** 4606 Kirkwood United Methodist Church – 2232 W 5th St Irving, TX 75060 &
4607 Irving Public Library – 801 W Irving Blvd Irving, TX 75060 1 Ballot for County &
4608 J O Davis Elem School – 310 Davis St Irving, TX 75061 1 Ballot for County &
4609 J O Davis Elem School – 310 Davis St Irving, TX 75061 1 Ballot for County &
4610 L B Barton Elem School – 2931 Conflans Rd Irving, TX 75061 1 Ballot for County &
List last updated on 10/8/2014 Page 19 of 21Precinct Location How many ballots will you receive?
4611 Irving High School – 900 N O’Connor Road Irving, TX 75061
Remember, early voting begins October 20, 2014 and you can vote at any polling station. But in the November 4, 2014 election you MUST vote in your own precinct.
HOW TO FIND YOUR VOTING LOCATION
- To find your voting location for the November 4, 2014 election, go to www.dallascountyvotes.org. Click VOTER INFORMATION/VOTER LOOKUP AND SAMPLE BALLOT
Quickly identify your voting precinct (listalso ed on your voter registration certificate) by entering your name and birthdate into the Voter Lookup form.
- Click VIEW POLLING PLACE for your precinct’s voting location(s)
- Click VIEW SAMPLE BALLOT to see a list of candidates for whom you can vote
For more information, contact DALLAS COUNTY Elections Administrator, Toni Pippins-Poole2377 North Stemmons Frwy, Suite 820, Dallas 75207
(214) 819-6300 FAX: (214) 819-6303 www.dallascountyvotes.org
The phone number for the county voter registrar’s office is on the upper left-hand corner of your voter certificate. Also, many newspapers and county websites publish early voting polling locations. Note: Polling place hours vary at each early voting location.
WHERE AND WHEN TO VOTE ON ELECTION DAY
Election Day voting hours are 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. On Election day generally you can only vote at the election day precinct assigned to you. Your residence is located in a specific “precinct” or area within the county where you will vote on Election Day. Find your voting precinct location by using the Texas Secretary of State search site, Online Voter Central, (https://team1.sos.state.tx.us/voterws/viw/faces/Introduction.jsp). Voting locations will be listed on that site on November 4, 2014. Many newspapers also list polling places where you can vote. Your precinct is shown on your Voter Registration Certificate. For questions, contact the Dallas County Elections office at 214 637-7937.
This is the Finale of the 10 Stops in Dallas CountyIrving / Coppell
DATE: Thursday, October 16, 2014
6:00 P.M. – 8:30 P.M.
PLACE: Hackberry Creek Country Club
1901 Royal Lane
Irving, Texas 75063
GUEST SPEAKER: Reverend Rafael B. Cruz
Irving Republican Women’s Club
Coppell Republican Women
Senator Kelly Hancock
Don Huffines, State Senate Candidate
The Honorable Rodney Anderson, State House Candidate
Matt Rinaldi, State House Candidate
The Honorable Brad LaMorgese
Coppell Republican Club
PRECINCT CHAIR SPONSORS:
Corley Rinaldi, Precinct 2602 Kelly Paulsen, Precinct 4622
Thomas Burrows, Precinct 2802 Elena Blake, Precinct 4625
Kit Whitehill, Precinct Chair 2803 Will Bralick, Precinct 4626
Bill Hurlbert, Precinct 2805 Amy Briggs, Precinct 4627
Scott Spray, Precinct 2806 Ted Cole, Precinct 4631
Davin Bernstein, Precinct 2807
Ross Owens, Precinct 4620
Subbu Damireddy, Precinct 4637
214.213.6368 or email@example.com by October 13, 2014.
This is not a fundraiser. Political advertising paid for by the Irving Republican Women’s Club and Coppell Republican Women
PACS. Contributions are not federal tax deductible as charitable contributions. Corporate contributions are not permitted.
This is the Finale of the 10 Stops in Dallas County Candidate Meet and Greet Tour.
This November General Election is our opportunity to take back Dallas County and ensure VICTORY in November to KEEP TEXAS RED!!! To claim victory, it is important for us all to vote for EVERY Republican Candidate in every race all the way down to the bottom of the ballot. The Irving Republican Women’s Club and Coppell Republican Women are sponsoring and hosting a Dallas County Republican Candidate Meet and Greet Thursday, October 16, 2014, 6:00 pm at Hackberry Creek Country Club in Irving. This event is the first of its kind “Candidate Meet & Greet Tour” so that voters have the opportunity to meet the Republican Candidates and feel confident voting in every race.
Listed below are the 19 Dallas County candidates who plan to attend. Come and meet them. You may make your reservations at firstname.lastname@example.org. Refreshments including Chicken and Beef sliders will be served and you might win a Door Prize.
Ron Natinsky – County Judge Jennifer Balido – District Judge 291
Susan Hawk – District Attorney Janet Cook – District Judge 292
Mike Cantrell – County Commissioner, District 2 Ray Nichols – Constable Pct. 2
Charles Lingerfelt – County Treasurer Ben Adamcik – Constable Pct. 3
Emmanuel Lewis – County Clerk Gerry Cooper – Justice of the Peace, Pct. 2, Place 1
Russell Roden – County Court At Law, Judge 1 Bill Metzger – Justice of the Peace, Pct.2, Place 2
Mike Lee – County Court At Law, Judge 3 Al Cercone – Justice of the Peace, Pct. 3, Place 1
Leah Lucius – County Criminal Court, Judge 5 Steve Seider – Justice of the Peace, Pct. 3, Place 2
Stan Tungate – District Clerk Michael Castro – Justice of the Peace, Pct. 4, Place 2
Lisa DeWitt – District Judge 265
IRWC Partners with Texas Asian Republican Assembly
July 2014–The Irving Republican Women’s Club is partnering with the Texas Asian Republican Assembly of North Texas to keep the two clubs informed of the others’ goals and activities, and will be working together to engage the Asian American community in North Texas. IRWC has already reached out to local Asian American voters through phone calls and letters with invitations to join the group, and IRWC extends the invitation to TARA’s 154 members to join the IRWC as well.
The Texas Asian Republican Assembly was established on June 8, 2013 at the second quarterly State Republican Executive Committee as an official auxiliary to the Republican Party of Texas. TARA’s mission is to engage the growing Asian American community and build relationships based on the core values that we have in common:
-Free Enterprise, entrepreneurial spirit
-Strong National Defense
-Strong Family Values
-Great Education System
The objectives of the Texas Asian Republicans Assembly are:
- To be an official auxiliary organization of the Republican Party of Texas, in doing so support the initiatives and objectives of the Republican National Committee and the state and county Republican parties in Texas.
- To promote Republican views and ideals through the efforts of member clubs and organizations.
- To promote the education of Asian Americans in the political process and the views of the Republican Party.
- To provide a voice for Asian Americans in Texas.
- To assist in the election of the nominees of the Republican Party at all levels in Texas.
- To identify Asian American Republican clubs and communities around the state already in existence to coordinate with and aid.
- To assist in the founding of new Asian American Republican clubs in Texas.
- To identify, educate, promote, and support qualified Republican Asian Americans candidates running for political office.
For more information on TARA:
Director of Asian American Engagement
SD 16 Report on 2014 Texas GOP Convention
IRWC President and Members to Be Sworn in as Precinct Chair
April 11, 2014–The Dallas GOP will swear in all precinct chairs at its organizational meeting on Monday, June 16, 2014 at the Fellowship Church of Dallas (9330 N. Central Expy). Our own IRWC president, Elena Blake, will be among the newly-inducted chairs, along with two other IRWC members, Stacey Gibson and Joyce Howard. Dallas GOP meet & greet will start at 6:30 p.m. with the meeting being called to order promptly at 7:00 p.m.
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