Thank you for visiting the Austin Republican Women (ARW) website. The members of ARW have worked hard for 60 years to serve their community and to elect Republicans to local, state and national positions.

I hope you will attend one of our monthly meetings, which are held the first Thursday of the month, to hear one of our exciting speakers and network with engaged Republican women who share your values. Please feel free to contact president@austinrepublicanwomen.org with any questions on how you can get involved today!


Please join us at our March Luncheon

Thursday, March 2, 2017
11:30 – 1:00
Please be there and seated by 11:55
Austin Country Club
4408 Longchamp Drive
(off Westlake Drive at 360)
$30 cash or check only 

headshotflagSpeaker: Travis County Commissioner Gerald Daugherty
Commissioner Daugherty’s take on Travis County’s stance on Sanctuary Issues

Gerald Daugherty grew up in the Houston area and was drafted out of high school by the Boston Red Sox baseball organization. He soon realized that an education was more obtainable than making it to the big leagues, returned to Austin, and graduated from the University of Texas in 1975. For the past 40 years Gerald has been a successful Austin businessman, owning and operating successful ventures including the Pleasant Valley Sportsplex. In 2009 he assembled a team of talented individuals and opened the highly successful Jack Allen’s Kitchen Restaurant located in Oak Hill. In 2012 the second location was opened in Round Rock and in 2015 the third location was opened in the Davenport area at 360 and Westlake Dr.

For the past two decades, Gerald has continued to say that added roadway capacity and intersection improvements are the most important components of helping with our traffic. Removing lanes on major roads for buses, bikes, or any other idiotic idea needs to end if we are serious about our mobility crisis. In 2002, he was elected to the Travis County Commissioners Court bringing his passion for transportation advocacy and his belief that government can accommodate growth without continually having to raise the money from higher taxes. Increased revenue from new construction both residential and commercial should be the revenue source for that growth. *The only exception to this should be that voter approved debt may need to increase tax rates.* He served as Travis County Commissioner of Precinct 3 until 2008. He returned to the Commissioners Court in January of 2013 and continues to work to help keep county taxes at bay and to shape the future of transportation projects for the Travis County area.


Austin Country Club will not be able to accommodate anyone without a reservation and confirmation. Get your reservation in early.

RSVP Deadline is Tuesday, February 28 at noon  http://austinrepublicanwomen.org/rsvp/