Austin Republican Women (ARW) is a group of Austin-area women keen on political awareness and education, community involvement, and advancing Republican causes and ideals in the governance of our great State of Texas.
We work together to elect Republican candidates who seek local, state and national public offices. To that end, we maintain a robust calendar of events and program activities designed to inform, educate, involve and enthuse our members and guests.
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Join us for our October Luncheon!
Featured Luncheon Speaker: GOP Chairman Matt RinaldiThursday, October 7, 2021
11:15 am -1:00 pm
(Check in at 11:15, program begins at 11:45 )
The Hills Country Club
26 Club Estates Parkway
Austin, TX 78738
The Hills’ gate entrance is off Lohman’s Crossing
Even though the election is over, the vote’s still out on the kind of leadership newly elected Texas GOP Chairman Matt Rinaldi will offer the party. In the July 11 election conducted by the 64-member State Republican Executive Committee (SREC) to replace outgoing Chairman Allen West, Rinaldi secured a victory on the first ballot beating three opponents for the chairman’s job.
Hope appears high that Rinaldi can bring what some believe is a fractured, contentious party back together to focus on what matters: legislative priorities, fundraising, and wins at the ballot box. He has the experience to lead and credits time served in the Texas House representing Northwest Dallas County from 2015 to 2019 as an asset in his new job.
As a state representative, he co-authored successful legislation that was signed into law. He was consistently rated among the most conservative members of the House. The Dallas County Republican Party says Rinaldi is a “strong advocate for limited government, pro-liberty and free market policies, secure borders, education, Second Amendment rights, and the protection of life.” But like his predecessor, Rinaldi was a fellow critic of Gov. Abbott’s response to the coronavirus pandemic. In taking the Party forward, there are fences to mend and relationships to strengthen if we are to win big in 2022.
Join ARW for lunch on October 7 to learn what plans Chairman Rinaldi has in store for us.
$32 at door
RSVP by Thursday, September 30
PLEASE NOTE: Staffing and food service deliveries remain challenging for all venues. We ABSOLUTELY MUST RECEIVE all reservations NO LATER THAN NOON on Thursday, September 30. NO EXCEPTIONS. We appreciate your cooperation by making timely reservations. ARW and The Hills Thank you.
If you need accommodation for a dietary restriction, it must be made with your reservation.
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