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.
Click here for information on how TFRW clubs can help rebuild school libraries in West, Texas.
We are pleased to announce the creation of the Borah Van Dormolen Memorial Scholarship. Special thanks to Lt. Governor David Dewhurst for his support in this endeavor. This scholarship will be awarded annually. Application is open to graduating high school seniors or current college students. Awards are based on completed applications and essay submissions.
Click here to learn more and apply.
On January 17, 2013, the TFRW Board of Directors overwhelmingly approved a resolution calling on the federal government to immediately pass and fund legislation to reform the current immigration system.
"Our goal was to arrive at a reasonable statement, one that actually had the opportunity to be implemented; one that would look at a complete solution for the entire issue. We wanted a policy statement that would encourage good legislation and serve as a deterrent for poor piecemeal legislation,” said TFRW President Carolyn Hodges of Houston.
Read the full text of the Resolution here.
UPDATE: The National Federation of Republican Women passed a resolution on March 9 urging the federal government to move on this issue. This resolution was proposed by our own delegation.
You can read more in the NFRW press release here.
Congratulations to Toni Anne Dashiell!
TFRW would like to extend congratulations to former TFRW president Toni Anne Dashiell on her recent election as Texas' new Republican National Committeewoman!
Legislative Day, 2013What an exceptional time we had in Austin on April 18 and 19! Thanks to all of you and your clubs who participated in a fabulous Legislative Day and surrounding activities. It was remarkable to see all of you in red and actually feel the impact we have across the state!Of course, these activities did not “just happen.” Rounds of applause go to Jody Rushton, VP Finance for a wonderful, fun, and profitable evening at “Belles and Boots” to kick off the events. The Bob Bullock Texas History Museum was the perfect setting for this remarkable time. We appreciate the members of the Texas Supreme Court who were present and Lt.-Governor David Dewhurst as well as Read More...
Save the date!TFRW 2013 Biennial ConventionOctober 17 - 19, 2013San Antonio, TX.
Click here for up-to-date information.
Get Involved! Download the 2013 Convention Volunteer Application.
TFRW.ORG is an NFRW "Winning Web"!
The National Federation of Republican Women recognized TFRW's website as a "Winning Web" on April 9, 2013.
Read More about our award-winning site.
Mamie Eisenhower Library Project Book of the Week:
Saving Justice: Watergate, the Saturday Night Massacre, and Other Adventures of a Solicitor Generalby Robert H. Bork
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