First Day of Candidate Filing OPEN HOUSE:
The County Chair and Notary Public will be at Headquarters to accept Candidate Applications and answer any questions about the Party and other conservative organizations in the County.
DATE: Saturday, November 11, 2023
TIME: 10:00AM – 4:00PM
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JCRV Leadership has made a lot of changes on how we format election information and how we make this information available. From the feedback of voters and volunteers, mostly Republicans, we have decided to create a nonpartisan (no endorsements) information platform where ALL voters can retrieve up-to-date election information - who, what, when, and where. The result is the introduction of the TimeToVoteTX Voter Guide.
We have removed all Republican logos and references; and we promote the Voter Guide using its own unique branding style so that voters feel more receptive with the platform in which information is being provided.
Elephant in the Room is a monthly community roundtable event hosted by the Johnson County Republican Party on the 1st Tuesday of every month (unless otherwise stated).
NEXT ROUNDTABLE: Tuesday, December 5th
TOPIC: Election Security & Government Affairs w/ Dr. Pressley
TIME: 6:30pm - 8:00pm
LOCATION: Johnson County Republican Party Headquarters
ADDRESS: 210 S. Main St., Cleburne, TX 76033
Dr. Pressley is first and foremost a Christian. Her research interests include electronic voting system technology, computerized voting tabulation processes and security, statistical analysis of electronic voting results, central counting station central accumulator audit logs, along with the study of state and federal election laws associated with the storage of backup records for elections.
In 2018, Dr. Pressley founded True Texas Elections, LLC to address how our votes are counted. She has given over 500 presentations across Texas on the technical details of how Texas’ electronic voting machines, and Texas’ election officials around the state, are not adhering to state laws regarding retention of election records and counting of votes.
Since 2016, she has trained over 600 central counting station election watchers, election judges, and clerks in more than 45 counties in Texas. In 2020, the Trump National Campaign chose True Texas Elections to train, place and debrief their central counting station watchers in Texas in over 38 counties for the November election.
Dr. Pressley has been a court authorized voting system data auditor testifying expert, consulting expert, and witness in several election related criminal and legal cases in Texas. She has testified before the Texas Senate and House on election security and technology issues and has drafted legislation that has become law in 2021 and 2023 in Texas.
Dr. Pressley’s technology background includes a Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry from U.T. Austin in 1994 and working professionally as a senior member technical staff and an engineering manager for 17 years in the Austin semiconductor industry. She also holds 4 United States patents on semiconductor device technology and has authored and co-authored peer reviewed publications on the same. She has appeared on the Roger Stone’s Stone Cold Truth radio show, and many others.
Dr. Pressley at True Texas Elections, LLC
101 Oak Street, #311 Copperas Cove, TX 76522 Laura.Pressley.TrueTexasElections@Startmail.com
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JCRV leadership has ordered TimeToVoteTX yard signs and window clings with QR Code that will take visitors to the TimeToVoteTX VOTER GUIDE App, which is linked to www.TimeToVoteTX.com. These signs and window clings will help to educate voters on elections and get the word out that it's time to vote. Voters and volunteers can obtain signs and/or window clings with a $15 donation each. We will have these items for donation at the Burleson Founders Day on October 14th.
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Precinct Chair Applications (notarized) are due by 6:00pm on December 11th.
Precinct Chairs are elected officials recognized by the Secretary of State for a term of 2 years. They are the grassroots representatives of the Johnson County Republican Party. There are 43 precincts in Johnson County and one Precinct Chair can be elected (or appointed between elections) per precinct. A Precinct Chair is the representative of the precinct in which they live and are voted in by their constituents during the Primary elections. The next election is in March 2024.
What does a Precinct Chair do?
1. Get the votes out in their precinct.
2. Support election integrity.
3. Participate in and get delegates for the Precinct and County Conventions.
Johnson County is in need of qualified Precinct Chairs eager to make a difference in their voting precinct. Anyone with time and talents are encouraged to become a Precinct Chair.
Training and mentorship:
1. We are happy to sit down with you to explain the role and answer any questions you may have. Click here for complete Precinct Chair Handbook.
2. We encourage a new Precinct Chair to attend important meetings where we share information, new technologies, ideas, resources, and updates on projects.
3. We also encourage a new precinct chair to attend another precinct chairs team meeting for ideas and best practices.
We gather, research and share nonpartisan information about elections, candidates, and bonds that are not widely publicized. We strive to deliver a one-stop-site VOTER GUIDE for all voters in the county.
Our #1 goal is to increase voter turnout, so we host and participate in community events to educate and register voters. Many of our volunteers are Deputy Registrars.
We offer training and assistance to poll workers (including student poll workers), Precinct Chairs, Block Captains, candidates running for office, and more.
We support all High School students, college internships, and young professionals in gaining leadership skills and academia experience.