YCT Endorses James Dickey for RPT Chairman
This Saturday, your State Republican Executive Committee (SREC) members will be voting to determine the next Chairman of the Republican Party of Texas. Young Conservatives of Texas is excited to endorse James Dickey for this crucial role. Mr. Dickey is the clear conservative choice for Republicans and he is the only candidate with critical hands-on…
YCT Recaps 2016-2017 School Year!
Fellow Conservatives, With another school year coming to an end, I wanted to shoot you a quick update on what Young Conservatives of Texas chapters have accomplished on chapters across the state. If you like what we are doing, a contribution of $10, $20 or even $100 goes a long way towards ensuring our organization…
37th Annual Convention Recap and New Website
Fellow Conservatives, This past weekend, one hundred students and alumni from across the state gathered in Austin for the 37th Annual YCT State Convention. We were joined by former member of The University of Texas System Board of Regents Wallace Hall, Railroad Commissioner Christi Craddick, Congressman Louie Gohmert, and several other elected officials and professionals who…
STATE SENATOR VAN TAYLOR RECEIVES PRESTIGIOUS YCT “TORCH OF FREEDOM” AWARD
State Senator Van Taylor received the prestigious “Torch of Freedom” award from the Young Conservatives of Texas (YCT). Last awarded in 2011, the “Torch of Freedom” honor is given to an individual who has made a significant impact by standing firm with their conservative values and promoting conservative thought. In the thirty-seven years since the founding of YCT, Taylor becomes just the sixth conservative to have earned this distinction.
YCT begins ad blitz on Speaker Joe Straus’s efforts to prevent Sanctuary City ban
The emotional and powerful ads feature the story of Dan Golvach, the father of Spencer Paul Golvach, a 25 year-old Texan who was brutally murdered on January 31, 2015 by Victor Reyes, an illegal alien who had been convicted of violent crimes, served time in federal prison for those crimes, and had been deported from the United States on four occasions. Reyes was hiding in Houston, under the city’s “sanctuary city” policy when he murdered Golvach.