6:07PM – Austin, TX USA South Austin Republican Club Dallas Emerson, Communications Director & Data Analyst firstname.lastname@example.org Keep Voting Former President Donald Trump released the following statement yesterday, October 13th, 2021: This message has been received as a threat to the Republican Party; somehow to address the alleged fraud of the 2020 election. There areContinue reading “Press Release: Keep Voting | SARC”
“Legend says in the ’20s, it was a hangout spot for train robbers the Newton Gang, Carvalho said. Roughly 50 years later, the likes of Willie Nelson and Janis Joplin performed at the venue.” COMMUNITY IMPACT
“Beloved Japanese grocery store Asahi Imports is opening a second location on South Lamar” – Eater Austin
In 2023 we have a chance to change the composition of the Austin City Council. What the really means is that we have a chance in 2022 since candidates can start officially running one year prior to the election in November of 2023. In South Austin we will have two seats up for the takingContinue reading “Campaign Soft Launch – This Saturday | SARC”
But we are in a position where hope is faint—when we see it at all. We can all feel it. The city is on the verge of… something.
The City Council of Austin has failed to address homelessness in the city.
Think that’s too harsh? Mayor Adler agrees.
Don’t misunderstand, he doesn’t have a plan, and doesn’t want to reinstate the camping ban. He doesn’t really have any suggestions. Honestly, it feels a bit like he’s phoning it in at this time, given that can’t run for reelection.
In June 2019, the Council legalized…
by Andy Hogue While still strongly supporting First Amendment freedoms, Republicans nationwide are calling on elected officials to condemn the violent crime that has regrettably become associated with recent racial justice protests. The Travis County Republican Party approved a resolution at its 2020-21 organizational meeting joining a growing number of Republican organizations calling for GOP activists,Continue reading “Austin Republicans call on party leaders to stand firm against violence, vandalism”