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Click the above image to learn more about the upcoming Texas Constitutional Amendment Election in November 2023.

Candidates seeking the nomination of the Republican Party must file (1) a candidate application, and (2) a filing fee or petition in lieu of filing fee. Please note, the application along with the filing fee or petition in lieu of filling fee must be filed at the same time with the proper filing authority.
  • The application must be filed between November 11, 2023 and 6:00 p.m. on December 11, 2023. (Section 172.023, Texas Election Code).
  • In order to become the Republican  nominee for a particular office, you must file an application (PDF) for a place on the ballot with the county or state party chair, as appropriate (see chart). (Section 172.022, Texas Election Code).
  • The application for a place on the primary ballot must be accompanied by either a filing fee or a petition in lieu of filing fee (PDF) signed by a certain number of qualified voters.
  • For details on the filing fee amount or number of petition signatures needed, see chart.
  • NEW LAW: Pursuant to HB 2384 (88th Leg., R.S.), effective September 1, 2023, candidates for certain judicial offices must provide additional information with their judicial application (PDF) for a place on the ballot. (Section 141.0311, Texas Election Code) See Running for a Judicial Office in 2024 for more information.

All Applications that need to be filed with the Comal County Republican Chair must be mailed or hand delivered to:

Sue Piner, Chair
Comal County Republican Party
265 Landa Street
New Braunfels, TX 78130

Come Hear
Denish D’Souza
Conservative Speaker, Author, and Filmmaker
on April 27, 2024
New Braunfels, Texas
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The Texas Heist | Do Democrats Run The Texas House?

Click on the image above to view the Resolution by the Comal County Republican Party in support of censure of  State Representative and Texas House Speaker Dade Phelan.

Click the image above to view the Resolution by the Comal County Republican Party requesting that the Texas Senate dismiss the allegations against Ken Paxton, and repudiate the Articles of Impeachment by the Texas House of Representatives.

Click on the image above to view Comal County Republican Party Resolution demanding action by our governor with respect to the border crisis. 


Click on the above image to visit, a website maintained by our SREC representative CHRIS BYRD, providing legislative, border, and SD 25 information and updates.

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Dan Patrick Condemns House’s Impeachment of Ken Paxton, Calls for Full Audit


After the Texas Senate voted to acquit Attorney General Ken Paxton on all charges of impeachment, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick had strong words for the House who brought the charges forward.

Patrick, who presided over the proceedings, had been silent on the merits of the case until after the decision. Once it was final, Patrick offered comments that blasted the House’s process in an effort to ensure it didn’t happen again.

“In the past, the target of the investigation was notified and invited to attend with counsel and given the opportunity to cross examine witnesses that were placed under oath before testimony was taken. At the conclusion of past House investigations, the evidence was laid out for weeks for House members to evaluate before they took their vote on articles of impeachment,” said Patrick.

In contrast, House members were given 48 hours notice before their vote impeach Paxton in May. 

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