Welcome to the Bosque County Republican Website. We hope to keep you informed of relevant information and events concerning our Party & County. Janet Jackson, County Chairman.
505 W 5th St. Suite 240 Upstairs Atrium of Citizens Bank Building
254 326 1170 BosqueGOPHQ@gmail.com
Let's Get Busy & KEEP TEXAS RED
March 21 County
Convention has been
postponed as directed by
Governor Abbott and
abided by the Republican
Party of Texas
Primary election results
Clint Pullin Larry Betik Trace Hendricks
1374 1140 1583
Run off Run off
For complete results go to:
TIME TO VOTE YA'LL
All Bosque Polls open 7am to 7 pm
Pct 1. Iredell City Hall 218 S Eastland St Iredell
Pct. 2 Walnut Springs City Hall 4126 3rd St. Walnut Springs
Pct. 3 & 4 Meridian Civic Center 309 W. River St. Meridian
Pct. 5 Lakeside Community Center 136 CR 1275 Lakeside
Pct. 6 West Shore Community Center 560 FM 3118 Laguna Park
Pct. 7 Cranfills Gap Community Center 312 N 3rd Cranfill Gap
Pct. 8 & 9 Clifton Civic Center 403 W 3rd St. Clifton
Pct. 10 Valley Mills Old City Hall 107 South 4th St. Valley Mills
Pct. 11 Cayote Community Center 3339 FM 56 Valley Mills
PRECINCT CONVENTIONS WILL BE PRIOR TO COUNTY CONVENTION
MARCH 21st LOCATION TO BE ANNOUNCED BY THE 5TH
Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller
Tuesday Feb. 18 Clifton Civic Center
doors open 6:30 program at 7:00
Coffee Tea and Desserts served
Recognition of local candidates
You may not know it, but the Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA) touches your life almost every day. From the gas pump you used to fill up your car this morning to the salsa you’re eating at dinner, TDA was there to help. From the healthy lunches at your child’s school to the scales used to weigh your luggage at the airport, TDA was there, too. From our role as the state consumer protection agency to administering school lunches and marketing Texas products, the TDA is a diverse and busy place. We work hard to serve you.
2020 Vision for Texas Republicans
The votes from every small and medium size county in Texas will count more than ever before this year as we counter balance the 5 liberal urban voting bases in the state. Please support the Bosque Republican Party as we work to do our part in keeping Texas RED and TRUMP in office.
Primary Candidate filing is over, our Bosque Candidates:
Sheriff : Larry Betik, Trace Hendricks & Clint Pullin
Commissioner Pct 1: Marvin Wickman & Billy Hall
Commissioner Pct 3: Larry Phillip
County Attorney : Natalie Koehler
Tax Assessor: Arlene Swiney
Consatble Pct 1: Scott Ferguson
Constable Pct 2: Jay Sparkman
Membership Drive and Candidate Showcase
Our January 21 meeting at the Clifton Civic Center at 6:30 will be our annual Membership Drive along with a Candidate Showcase. This will be a covered dish supper, we will furnish the fried chicken and beverages. Bring a side or dessert. Dinner will still be $5 to cover cost. We invite you to come and support the Party and meet our Candidates.
Our TRUMP store for signs, shirts and hats will be open also.
We do not grieve the loss of Sherrod Fielden but celebrate his life, as we know he dwells in the House of the Lord now. Our very special Friend, Patriot, Navy Veteran and Poet Laureate will be greatly missed. Our love and support goes out to his loving wife of 57 years, Sue and their family.
Well done my good and faithful servant.
Tuesday November 19th
Sheriff Candidate Forum
Join us as we hear from 3 Law Enforcement Veterans who will be on
the March 3, 2020 ballot for Bosque County Sheriff'
Clifton Civic Center, doors open at 6:30 Forum around 7:15
$5. chili and corn muffin dinner (no reservations, just come hungry)
Forum will be moderated by Brett Voss and Paul Hardcastle
Clint Pullin Larry Betik Trace Hendricks
Be sure to VOTE Tuesday November 5
for Constitutional Amendments
All voting in Bosque will be at the
Courthouse in Meridian 7 am to 7 pm
For ballot info go to: https://ballotpedia.org/Texas_2019_ballot_measures
Legislative Town Hall
Tuesday October 15
Clifton Civic Center
Join us as we hear from our State Rep. DeWayne Burns and State Senator Brian Birdwell concerning the recent Legislative session and what it means to us . Doors open at 6:30 with program at 7:00.
This will not be a dinner so no reservations are needed
Coffee, Tea and Sweets will be served.
Fall Fest in Clifton
The Republican Tent will be in full swing with candidate information, voter registration and plenty of TRUMP 2020
merchandise. Come see us on Saturday October 19 !
Bosque County Appreciates
Our Man FIGHTING
Join Congressman Roger Williams
Tuesday August 20, 6:30
Clifton Civic Center
No Reservations needed
Dress Your Dog Dinner
$5 at the door
Independence Day Celebration
Join us in Valley Mills as we celebrate Independence Day.
The BCRP will have a float and additional cars in the
morning parade. Afterwards we will have a booth in the City Park
with voter registration, games for the kids and candidate information.
If you would like to help with the booth or float or throw candy to the
crowd ,while riding with our mascot Chad, drop us a line at:
Memorial Day Ceremony in Bosque
The March Bosque Republican Club Dinner Meeting will be at the Meridian Civic Center. The topic and speakers will address the "THE STATE OF THE (BOSQUE) COUNTY. Elected County officials will present an update on all functions of the County.
We will hear from our County Judge, Commissioners, County Court at Law, Hospital Authority and County Emergency Services.
Doors open at 6:30, Clyde's BBQ dinner at 7:00
Program at 7:30. Make reservations at 254 326 1170.
Happy New Year to all our Friends and Fellow Patriots!
2019 will be a very important year as we build toward the 2020 elections. In November of this year, candidates will again file to run for office, it just seems to keep rolling along. Although we had a very definitive Republican victory in Bosque County, there is much work to be done. Please join us at our Club meetings and consider volunteering with the Party to keep a strong conservative local government and help with District, State and National initiatives.
2019 off to a great start with our County officers taking Oath.
From left: County Court at Law Judge Luke Giesecke, JP Jaime Zander,
Commissioner Terry Townley, Treasurer Carla Sigler ,Commissioner Ronny
Liardon, District Clerk Juanita Miller, County Clerk Tab Ferguson and
County Judge Don Pool.
January BCRC meeting, Tuesday 1/15
Clifton Civic Center
The Honorable 10th Court of Appeals Justice Rex Davis
speaking on "Trends in Texas Criminality"
Doors open at 6:30 Dinner served at 7:00 Program 7:30
Make dinner reservations at: Bosquegophq@gmail.com or leave message at: 254 326 1170
Please indicate how many will have dinner ($12 at the door)
Pork loin, scalloped potatoes, green beans, rolls and cobbler.
Our Booster membership is the same as Club dues as we have merged the Club and Party functions. The Booster membership supports activities such as meetings and scholarships. Please renew your membership by using this site or mail a check to the office at the address listed at top of this page.
Donations are in addition to the Booster membership and will serve as our annual fundraiser this year to support the expenses of the Party Headquarters office, communication, events and publicity. Please continue your support of the Party with a generous contribution.
Bosque Precinct and County Convention will be Saturday March 21 at 10 am at the Courthouse.
For State Convention Delegate application, email:
Return application via email by Wednesday March 17.
All resolutions need to be emailed by the 17th, only include the "be it resolved" portion.
Committees will meet Thursday and Friday for applications and resolutions
available at our meetings
or call Janet 254 709 1187
for pick up at Office
Interested in running for County Office?
Filing for office does not occur until November, but pre campaigning begins now. The first step is filing an appointment of Treasurer form, download here:
Many thanks to all our friends who supported our November Veterans Salute and annual Party fundraiser. A very special thank you to LTC Allen West for visiting with us and once again inspiring the group with his call for action to save our conservative govt. Nancy and Jack Harvard were gracious hosts at their Texas Safari Ranch for the event along with Jacquelyn and Mark brown providing our Louisiana style dinner. Pictured with Allen West is our dear long time Party activist Jackie Dukes Strey. Area local County Chairmen joined us, Jack Barcroft from Coryell, Cat Parks from Hamilton and Gil Parks from Erath.
Thank you to Donna Pool, Jacquelyn Brown and Tim Sullivan for helping with the event and manning the office during the elections !