Log Cabin Republicans of Houston
Elections! - Wednesday, January 10
Social happy 'hour' begins at 6:30, and the meeting comes to order at 7:00 PM, at Theo's Restaurant, at 817 Westheimer. To be a candidate for the Board, or to vote, you must be a paid dues member. If you have any questions, please contact our very friendly Chapter Secretary at 713-503-2021.
Thanks to all who came to the Holiday Social Brunch!
It was a wonderful event, with 50 folks, including distinguished members of our city council, joining us for merriment and toasts to the future of our two organizations. We look forward to a strengthened partnership with the Republican Liberty Caucus of Houston- Bay Area.
Look Back at Houston LCR Lincoln Dinner of 2017
Thanks to all, especially U.S. Congressman John Culberson, LCR National President Gregory T. Angelo, LCR National Chairwoman Sarah Longwell, our own member and Texas State Rep. Sarah Davis (HD 134), LCR Texas Chair Michael Baker, the LCR Houston Lincoln Dinner Committee, the volunteers and donors, and all our guests, for making our 2017 fundraiser a huge success.
The mission of Log Cabin Republicans of Houston, Texas supports at the city and county level the mission of the national Log Cabin Republicans organization: to build a stronger more inclusive Republican Party by promoting the core values of limited government, individual liberty, personal responsibility, free markets, and a strong national defense; and also advocating for the freedom and equality of all Americans, regardless of sexual orientation or minority status.
We thank State Representative Sarah Davis for all of her support for our group over the years, and her service to all the people of Texas.
Endorsement List 2016 Presidential and Local State Races
HOUSTON, TX, NOVEMBER 2016
Texas State Rep for HD 134 - SARAH DAVIS
Texas State Rep for HD 147 - MATT MURPHY
President of the United States - DONALD J. TRUMP
For details on the above endorsements, please see our press release of Friday, October 28.
You cannot escape the responsibility of tomorrow by evading it today
- Abraham Lincoln