2017 Christmas Party

Let’s celebrate the season together!
Join us for good food, friends, and festivities!
We’ll also have a big guest drop in (No, not a bearded one) –
Chairman of the Republican Party of Texas, James Dickey!

6:30-8:30 PM
December 28, 2017

StoneWerks At Lincoln Heights
999 East Basse, San Antonio, Texas

Find us upstairs on the indoor party balcony.
Dinner menu options are $28 each (and really tasty).
All Republicans are welcome.
Please check the box on our Facebook page if you’re “going,” and Merry Christmas!

Don’t Be a Victim – Fight Back!

August 24, 2017

6:30-9:00 PM

909 NE Loop 410,  Suite 514

Victim or Victorious?
Any Young Republicans, men and women, interested in being the latter and learning to fight back against an attacker are welcome to join us for this one-night basic self-defense class. Learn new skills, brush up on old ones, and add to your arsenal against an attack.
Our instructor, Chris Mark, himself a young republican, is a sixth-degree black belt affiliate of the Patriot Close Combat Consultants.

Wear comfortable clothes you can move around in easily. Bring your keys, and a book and magazine if possible, as the instructor will be teaching us techniques for using things you often have on hand as weapons.

Feel free to bring your own water and snack or sack supper, as just light snacks will be provided.
No charge to attend our class, but be sure to RSVP that you will be attending, on the Facebook event page or by the “Contact Us” link here, as we do have a limited number of mats and space. For anyone who has not been to the Republican Party of Bexar County headquarters before, you’ll find us on the fifth floor of the office building (the eastern one of the twin high rises).



June 2017 Meeting – Summer Session Sizzler

We had a great time at the Lion & Rose in Universal City this time, learning a lot from young republican colleagues. First we heard from Senator Donna Campbell’s Communications Director, Nathan McDaniel, and then SREC Committeeman and Conservative Researcher, Mike Goldman.  We are all looking forward to good things coming out of the special summer session Governor Abbott has called.