The Reform Party in Texas is organized at multiple levels, and there are opportunities for leadership positions at each level.
Precincts are the base of the organization. You can find your precinct number on your voter registration card, or you can look it up on the Secretary of State’s website.
Precincts together make up a County Party. Each County Party is governed by a County Executive Committee made up of the County Officers and the Precinct Chairmen.
The State Party is made up of County Parties. The State Party is governed by a State Executive Committee made up of the State Officers and representatives from each Senate District.
The State Party, along with other State Parties, makes up the National Party. The National Party is governed by a National Committee made up of an Executive Committee and up to three representatives from each State.
If you would like to serve in a party leadership position or would like more information on specific local and state officers, please see our contacts page.