Texas Republican County Chairmen’s Association

Leading the Republican Party of Texas.


TRCCA provides exclusive training and resources specialized for Republican county chairmen.



The TRCCA consists of eight regions, each with a regional director. Find your region.

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Missy Shorey Elected as the 1st Chairwoman of the Dallas County Republican Party

Dallas, TX – Missy Shorey, President & CEO of Shorey Public Relations, was elected by unanimous vote on November 20 to serve as Chair of the Dallas County Republican Party (DCRP), demonstrating strong unity going into the 2018 midterm election cycle. Shorey is the first woman to lead the DCRP; she brings top-tier political experience and small business success as a PR agency owner. Chairwoman Shorey had this to say: “It is an honor to be elected unanimously as the first woman to lead the DCRP. We will work tirelessly to elect conservative candidates committed to expanding opportunity and protecting liberty and life, while defending democracy in Dallas County,” said Chair Missy Shorey. Shorey’s role as chair is focused on growing the grassroots, having robust communications and fundraising for engagement initiatives: all to elect Republicans in 2018 and beyond. “I take on the role of chair with vigor and humility. As DCRP Chair I will energize voters and at the same time put the left on notice that their era of oppression of rights and liberties in Dallas County will no longer be accepted,” states Chairwoman Shorey. Chairwoman Missy Shorey is the owner of Shorey Public Relations and founder of Maggie’s List, a Federal PAC dedicated to electing women to U.S. Congress. Prior to founding Shorey Public Relations in 2004, Missy held positions at leading public relations agencies after serving as a staffer in the U.S. Senate and on congressional campaigns.

2018 Adopted Primary Election Rules

Here is the latest from the Texas Secretary of State on the 2018 Primary Election Rules:

Texas Register

2018 Adopted Primary Election Rules (full text)