New Leadership

November 2019

Dear Young Republicans of Bexar County,

It has been an honor to serve as President of this club which has persevered in Bexar County for over 50 years.
I am very pleased to introduce the great new leaders of our Young Republicans of Bexar County. Many of you will recognize the new President as the previous Central Texas Regional Director for Texans for Greg Abbott, Chelseay Valenzuela. She is currently the Assistant Executive Director for Texas Latino GOP PAC. Stepping into the club’s Vice President role is Elizabeth Amy Hernandez. Elizabeth Amy founded the College Republicans at UIW and was the campaign manager for John Lujan for State Representative. These ladies are dynamic, energetic, and totally committed to our conservative cause. Your new Treasurer is Taryn Woodall. Taryn worked as a Field Organizer for the Abbott campaign. Joel Posada will serve as your Secretary. Joel is the previous President of the San Antonio College Republicans. So, I am happy to say, this club is in very qualified and experienced hands. I look forward to seeing the great events the club will host and the influence on elections the club will have going forward.

Keeping the Republican activist spirit alive in Bexar County is critical now more than ever to hold back the current wave of socialism here in our community. Smart young adults realize that higher taxes, more regulations, less freedom of speech, bigger government, and redistribution of wealth are bad ideas. Bold and upstanding young adults take action to hold the line for freedom—and this is where Young Republicans come in. We plug people into the process to influence and change the course of elections. We are a part of the greater Texas Young Republican Federation and Young Republican National Federation, and we are well-connected and positioned to have a long-lasting positive impact. The “mainstream media” shows the Left as owning the hearts and minds of all young adults in this country. We exist because this is not and should never be true. I trust you to join the new club leaders in ensuring this.

With Gratitude and Great Expectations,

Karen M. Marshall
Young Republicans of Bexar County President Emeritus

Kickoff Tailgate Party!

Wednesday, September 4th, 2019

6:00 – 9:00 PM

Backyard on Broadway

2411 Broadway, San Antonio, TX 78215

Show your Red Texas spirit at our Young Republicans fall kickoff party!

The End Zone is 2020, and we are the starting lineup for Trump and Republicans winning in Texas. Don’t stay on the sidelines this season, because our country is at stake, and socialism needs to be sacked.

We’ll get fired up together, in true Texas tradition, and be ready to tackle the Democrats.

This party will also be the kickoff event for the Young Republicans Central Texas Clubs Tour, so Texas YR Chairman Hayden Padgett will join us. No doubt candidates in numerous races who are running to be the Republican nominees will also join us.

Bring your family and friends for a good time in good company in a fun setting. All Republicans are welcome. No charge to attend, purchase any eats or drinks you like at BonB, and a homemade elephantine dessert will be provided. This is going to be a blast!

Keep America Great  &  Keep Texas Red!

Roll Out, Young Republicans!

Thursday, January 24, 2019

6:30 PM

Viva Tacoland

103 W Grayson St

San Antonio, TX 78212

It’s the 4th Thursday of the month:  YR time!

This month, we have important business to undertake: Electing our new club officers to lead the charge going forward.

Club Officer Positions:

1st Vice President
2nd Vice President

Other critical jobs to fill:
Social Media Director
Fundraising Events Coordinator

Nominations can be made from the floor. Candidates must be present. All current Young Republicans of Bexar County club members can vote in this election.

Next up:  A Lightning-Fast Election!

Our good friend Fred Rangel has filed as the only Republican running in the just-declared special election to fill the vacancy in Texas House District 125. Come meet him and hear his plans.

Early voting is Monday, January 28, 2019 – Friday, February 8, 2019
(Yes, that soon!)
Election Day is Tuesday, February 12, 2019

This is a big deal. Republicans do well in special elections if Republican voters get the word in time. Here’s a chance to make up for some of that ground lost in November–let’s mount up, and roll out!