P.O. Box 2975, Fredericksburg TX 78624

Gillespie County Republican Party


Tuesday, May 28, 2024 – Republican Primary Run-off Election

The 2024 Republican Party Primary Runoff Ballot for Gillespie County

March 5 Primary ELECTION RESULTS (State) – Official Results – https://results.texas-election.com/county
(Click on “Republican Primary” then look for “County” in the blue bar at the top. Click on Gillespie on the map or enter it on the search.)

March 5 Primary LOCAL ELECTION RESULTS – (Official) Click Here

Resolutions passed at the County Convention – March 23 

Some other helpful election resources are available online:

Handbooks and Guides from the Secretary of State’s Office

Republican National Committee Resolution Urging a Return to Excellence in American Voting and Elections

Offices and Contact Information

The Gillespie County Republican Party office is located at 904 W. Main St, Fredericksburg, Texas. If you need more information contact the County Chairman, Bruce Campbell, on our Contact Us page, or write us at:

Gillespie County Republican Party
P.O. Box 2975, Fredericksburg TX 78624

The Gillespie County Republican Party is governed by the County Executive Committee. Meetings of the committee are posted on our calendar page.

2022-2024 Bylaws

Resolutions Passed by County Executive Committee

County Executive Committee

The next regular meeting of the CEC is Tuesday, January 9, at 6 PM at the HQ, 904 W. Main St, Fredericksburg, Texas. Doors open at 5 PM.

2024-2026 Term will begin June 17, 2024
       Organizational Meeting will be held on Tuesday, July 9, 2024, 6 PM at our HQ, 904 W. Main St.

2022-2024 Term (thru June 16, 2024)
County Chair – Bruce Campbell
Vice-Chair – Teresa Weirich
Secretary – Wes Hesker
Treasurer – Jett Burns

Precinct Chairs – Map of the precincts (Adopted Dec 1, 2021)

  • Precinct 1 – Tom Marschall
  • Precinct 2 – Jerry Farley
  • Precinct 3 – Heath Bell
  • Precinct 4 – Michael Burdick
  • Precinct 5 – Neill Northington
  • Precinct 6 – Scott Netherland
  • Precinct 7 – Thom Schmidt 
  • Precinct 8 – Charlotte Belsick
  • Precinct 9 – Betty Hahn
  • Precinct 10 – Susan King
  • Precinct 12 – Cathy Ledder
  • Precinct 13 – David Treibs
  • Precinct 15 – Kristen Andreasen 

Precinct Chair Duties
Precinct Chair Handbook
How to Become a Precinct Chair
How to Become a Texas Volunteer Deputy Registrar

Standing Committee Chairs

Election Preparation – Open
Voter Engagement – Charlotte Belsick
Fundraising – Teresa Weirich
Outreach – Open
Communications – Jim Bradley

Republican Elected Office Holders

Governor – Greg Abbott
Lt. Governor – Dan Patrick
U.S. Senator – John Cornyn
U.S. Senator – Ted Cruz
U.S. Representative – Chip Roy
State Senator – Pete Flores
State Representative – Ellen Troxclair 
County Judge – Daniel Jones
County Commissioner Pct 1 – Charles Olfers
County Commissioner Pct 2 – Keith Kramer
County Commissioner Pct 3 – Dennis Neffendorf
County Commissioner Pct 4 – Don Weinheimer
County Sheriff – Buddy Mills
County Attorney – Steven A. Wadsworth
County Clerk – Lindsey Brown
County Tax Assessor-Collector – Delores Barrientes (appointed)
County Constable Pct 1 – Ken Moore
County Constable Pct 2 – Kenny Bode
County Constable Pct 3 – Hilario Villa, Sr.
County Constable Pct 4 – Marshall Akin
County Court at Law Judge – Christopher G. Nevins
County Justice of the Peace Pct 1 – JD Hickman
County Justice of the Peace Pct 2 – Steven T. Wetz
County Justice of the Peace Pct 3 – Ricky Priess
County Justice of the Peace Pct 4 – Todd Metzger
County Surveyor – Don Kuhlmann
County Treasurer – Vicki J. Schmidt (appointed)
District Clerk – Jan Davis

2023 Legislative Priorities passed at 2022 State Convention

June 22, 2022 Press Release from Republican Party of Texas
At the Republican Party of Texas (RPT) Convention last week, more than 5,000 delegates from across the state gathered to determine the party priorities and platform for the next two years.

The legislative priorities committee narrowed down the priorities presented to 15, which delegates then voted upon to determine the top eight.

These eight legislative priorities are meant to serve as directives for lawmakers on what party members would like to see accomplished during the 140-day legislative session beginning in January.

Today, the Texas GOP announced the results of the top eight priorities for the upcoming legislative session:

  • Protect our Elections: Restore felony penalties and enact civil penalties for Election Code violations, which shall be enforceable by any Texas jurisdiction, including the Texas Attorney General. Require citizenship verification of each voter. Restrict the distribution of mail-in ballots to only disabled, military, and citizens that are out of state. Reduce the time allowed for early voting, and eliminate the three-day gap between early voting and election day. Establish closed primaries in Texas. As technology evolves, we encourage the passage of legislation that ensures the security of our elections.
  • Ban Democrat Chairs: To ensure all legislative Republican priorities are given a fair opportunity to become law, the Republican-controlled Texas legislature shall adopt a rule that would end the practice of awarding committee chairmanships to Democrats.
  • Abolish Abortion in Texas: Abolish abortion by ensuring the right to life and equal protection of the laws to all preborn children from the moment of fertilization, including adopting effective tools to ensure the enforcement of our laws to protect life when district attorneys fail to do so.
  • Stop Sexualizing Texas Kids: Repeal Texas Penal Code “Obscenity Exemption” 43.24(c), which allows children access to harmful, explicit, or pornographic materials, and 43.25(f)(2 3), which allows sexual performance by a child. In addition, prohibit teaching, exposure, and/or discussion of sexual matters (mechanics, feelings, orientation, or “gender identity” issues), and prohibit use or provision of related books and other materials using criminal, civil, or other enforcement measures.
  • Ban Gender Modification of Children: Texas must ban chemical castration, puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones, genital mutilation, bodily alteration surgery, psychological/social transitioning, and any other methods applied to or performed on children.
  • Secure the Border and Protect Texans: Texas shall immediately deny all taxpayer-funded services and subsidies to illegal aliens. We call upon the Governor to assert his duty under Article 1, Section 10, Clause 3 of the US Constitution to declare an invasion on our Texas border and do everything in his power to protect Texans from this invasion. The legislature shall direct the Governor to enter into an Interstate Compact with one or more states for Border Security.
  • Parental Rights and Educational Freedom: Parents are the primary decision-makers for their children in all matters. This authority shall be protected as an inalienable right. This shall include the choice of schooling where the money follows the child without strings attached, and enforcement and penalty mechanisms when parents’ rights are violated. The right to education shall be free from any social theories.
  • Defend Our Gun Rights: Protect our gun rights against threats, such as red flag laws, federal, state, or other restrictions, by strengthening and preserving our inalienable rights under the second amendment to protect our life, liberty, and property. The Texas Legislature should eliminate gun-free zones.

“We are proud to be a grassroots-led party and look forward to supporting these priorities next legislative session,” said RPT Chairman Matt Rinaldi. “These priorities indicate that Republican delegates want our legislature to prioritize protecting our rights, our borders, and our children.”

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