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Lubbock County Republican Party
Mr. Carl Tepper, Chairman

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2640 34th Street
Lubbock TX 79410





  Welcome to the Lubbock County Republican Party. I look forward to working with you as we campaign to elect Republicans to office.

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  If I can be of service, please contact me by email or leave a message for me at 797-3197.


Carl Tepper

Note: Lubbock Co. Republicans are proud to have our chairman, Carl Tepper, serving as president of the Texas Republican County Chairmen's Association!

How do I become a Republican in Texas?

In Texas, registering as a Republican is done by voting in the Republican Primary Election held each even-numbered year in March. Texas has an open primary system in which all registered voters are allowed to participate. However, a voter may only vote in one Party's primary. You may not vote, or participate, in more than one political party's primary election.

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Lubbock County is a part of the following political divisions: (for officeholders, & more detail click here)


bullet Senator Ted Cruz
bullet Senator John Cornyn
bullet 19th Congressional District of Texas


bullet 28th Senatorial District
bullet House District 83 is a multi-county district
bullet House District 84 is within Lubbock County
bullet State Board of Education District 15
bullet 7th Court of Appeals District
bullet High Plains Water Conservation District #1


How does one participate in party affairs?

bulletFirst, anyone who has voted in the Republican Primary, either on election day or through early voting, may attend and participate in their voting precinct's Precinct Convention which will begin within an hour after the polls close. The convention is normally held in the same location as the election. A sign will be posted at each voting location, on primary election day, showing the time and location of that precinct's convention. It is through this process that one becomes a delegate to the County, or District, Convention.
bulletSecond, any registered voter may file, directly with the party's county chairman or secretary, an application to be placed on the ballot as a candidate for Precinct Chairman for the voter's precinct of residence. Filing deadlines may be obtained by contacting the party offices. Precinct Chairman, different from Precinct Convention Chairman, are elected by the voters of their precinct and serve a two-year term as members of the County Executive Committee.
bulletThird, a person wishing to be notified of candidate visits, party events or wanting to volunteer for party work, should join our email list. We use our email list to announce events, put out calls for volunteers, and let you know important local GOP news.


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