The Texas Asian Republican Assembly (TARA) is pleased to announce its new executive board. The five member board has decades of political, grassroots, and community leadership experience.
Comptroller Glenn Hegar attended the Pakistan Trade Show in Houston. State Sen. Kimberly Yee attended the 70th Anniversary of Victory over Japan Day commemorating the end of WWII with members of the Taiwanese Veterans Association, the American Legion Judge Thomas Tang Post 50 and the United Arizona Veterans.
We are excited to announce our latest campaign school that will be held in conjunction with the Texas Federation of Republican Women! The Campaign Development School will have a special focus on empowering individuals to help their favorite GOP candidates win.
Irving, TX August 24, 2015 – The Irving Republican Women’s Club, Texas Asian Republican Assembly of North Texas, and the Republican Party of Texas join to host this year’s Asian American Republican Reception at Hackberry Creek Country Club in Irving Texas.
Dear Fellow Republican,The month of May was a busy time for our team at RPT. Our focus has begun to shift away from the legislative session to beating the Democrats in 2016. We’ve started phone banking earlier than ever because the 2016 elections are paramount to restoring America’s standing in the world and getting our country back on track.
U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) spoke on the Senate floor about the Vietnam Human Rights Sanctions Act, legislation he’s introduced to impose sanctions and travel restrictions on Vietnamese nationals who are complicit in human rights abuses and which he plans to offer a version of as an amendment when the Senate considers the FY2017 National Defense Authorization Act.
Welcome to the Texas Asian Republican Assembly (TARA) Web site! TARA was formed on May 28, 2013 by a group of concerned Asian Americans who met in Houston, Texas after a meeting with Republican National Committee Chair Reince Priebus.
Harris County Republican Party and Texas Asian Republican Club had a booth at the Fall of Saigon Community Festival. Jacksonville City Council Candidate Anna Brosche with volunteers at the Jacksonville World of Nations Celebration.
The RNC wraps up Asian Pacific American Heritage Month with the launch of a new web video, “Champions of Republican Principles,” highlighting various Republican elected officials, community leaders and advocates of Asian and Pacific Islander descent.
The Texas Asian Republican Club (TARC) of Houston hosted a roundtable event for the Asian Pacific American community to meet Houston City Council candidates Trebor Gordan and Dr. Steve Duc Le. The Michigan GOP participated in the Ugadi New Years celebration hosted by the Detroit Telegu Association, and promoted their newly formed Indian American coalition.