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!

November 2017 Meeting

General Elections are secondary.

6:30 – 8:30 PM
Thursday, November 30th
Picante Grill
3810 Broadway
San Antonio, Texas  78209

The Primary Election is how we determine who gets to be our Republican Nominee on the November ballot in every race.
It’s our quality control mechanism.
This go-round, the battles will be epic in Bexar County. The importance of our March election cannot be overstated. Seriously, this is HUGE.

We are choosing a new county party chairman to lead our party and be our spokesman, a new Congressman for CD 21 for the first time in over two decades, a new State Representative in District 121 for the first time in 12 years, replacements for numerous venerable Republican judges who are retiring, and considering challengers to incumbent Republicans.
At least, those of us who vote in the primary are choosing.

Come and learn about the firestorm of action unfolding in advance of our Primary. First, we will hear from our 2018 Bexar County Primary Administrator, Lily Gough, who will run down how our party goes about carrying out the responsibility of running our Primary Election. Then we will hear from candidates in some of the hotly contested races–some in highly contentious Primary races with multiple Republicans running to be the Republican nominees on the ballot in November, and some who will face powerful incumbent Democrats in November. Let’s use this opportunity to vet the candidates for ourselves and be informed voters.

There is no charge to attend our gathering, food is available to order from the restaurant’s menu, and all Republicans are welcome.

National Chairman Emert Speaks About the Party’s Losing Millennials

September 18, 2017

From the National Young Republican Federation:

Chairman Emert spoke to the National Federation of Republican Women about the need for working together to bring more people into our party.


This weekend I had the honor to speak to over a thousand Republican women at the 39th Biennial National Federation of Republican Women (NFRW) Convention representing the Young Republican National Federation. I spoke about the need of bringing in more millennials to our party as many in our generation have left the party. (See Pew Survey results). In fact, my call to action at the Convention was written about in the Philadelphia Inquirer this morning.

“The [NFRW] is working to reach out to younger voters, too. On Sunday, Jason Emert, the national head of the Young Republicans, reminded the room that in the last two years, 23 percent of Republicans under 30 have defected to the Democratic Party. “That’s unacceptable,” he said. He told the largely middle-aged, largely white crowd that younger generations are the most diverse the country has ever seen, and that the party must work to reflect them, too.” Read the full article here.

The Republican Party cannot afford to lose our generation. We must collaborate within our party to engage with more millennials and broaden our base. We can’t do this without your help.

Will you help us?

Your contribution of $10, $25, $50 or $100 will help us with our mission. Please consider contributing to saving future Republican Majorities here: http://yrnf.gop/donate/

In Freedom,



Jason F. Emert
Young Republican National Federation