Young Conservatives of Texas to host three town halls highlighting conservative candidates in run-off elections.
The Young Conservatives of Texas (YCT) are proud to announce three town halls throughout June to highlight YCT-endorsed candidates. These town halls will give the candidates the opportunity to share their conservative message and inspire others…
Young Conservatives of Texas Welcomes New State Board
Today, the Young Conservatives of Texas (YCT) is proud to announce their new state board. Headed by Will Dominguez, Ashley Vaughan and Nick Ciggelakis, this is one of the most talented state boards YCT has ever assembled. Chairman Dominguez sought out representation from every chapter to ensure that each chapter had an opportunity to provide a voice on the board. This board includes a number of first time positions including chapter maintenance director, formal content creator, graphic designer, junior IT supervisor, and training development coordinator.
Young Conservatives of Texas Endorse Jennifer Fleck for HD-47
Today, the Young Conservatives of Texas (YCT) is proud to endorse Jennifer Fleck in the 2020 Republican primary runoff election for House District 47. Fleck has been an advocate of parental rights for almost 20 years and, for the last 8, has been a fierce fighter for protecting children from attempts to implement an overzealous, lewd and unhealthy sex education program by the public school system. YCT is excited to endorse a candidate with a strong record of fighting for Texas family values.
YCT Announce William Dominguez as new State Chair
Today, Young Conservatives of Texas (YCT) is proud to announce the unanimous selection of William Dominguez as the 25th Chairman of the State Board of YCT. William hails from the small town of Kaufman, Texas, and studied Accounting at Texas Tech University.
YCT 40th Annual Convention Delayed Due To Coronavirus
Today, Young Conservatives of Texas Foundation (YCT) is deeply saddened to announce the 40th Annual Convention has been delayed due to the Chinese Coronavirus pandemic. The decision to postpone the convention was difficult, but the State Board of YCT feels a moral responsibility to preserve and protect the health of our members, their families, and the whole State of Texas.