JOHNSON COUNTY
PRECINCT CHAIRS

WHO REPRESENTS YOU IN YOUR OWN PRECINCT?

Find out, right here, who your Precinct Chair is and get in contact with him or her to express your issues and concerns regarding local government. They are recognized by the Texas Secretary of State's office, and they not only represent you at home, but they also represent you at county and state conventions. Use your voting precinct number to look up your Precinct Chair below. Chairs must supply their home addresses, but are not required to provide their phone number or email address. If your Chair's contact details below are missing (X) or incorrect, contact JCRV to send your message (include your precinct number) and we will send your precinct chair your contact information to get back in touch with you.
Henry Teich

PCT # 1
10008 CR 917
Cresson

Paul Jones

PCT # 2
908 Oak Lane Dr
Joshua

Vacant PCT

PCT # 3


Quannah Diffee

PCT # 4
211 SW Taylor St
Burleson

Debbie Burris

PCT # 5
428 Nutmeg Ave.
Burleson

Anne Deem

PCT # 6
8628 Retreat Boulevard
Cleburne

Mark Ellenberger

PCT # 7
2561 CR 531
Burleson

Wes Powell

PCT # 8
3317 Meadow View Dr
Alvarado

John Borton

PCT # 9
3572 County Road 423
Cleburne

Trey Hickman III

PCT # 10
7820 County Road 517
Alvarado

Phillip Nelson

PCT # 11
1413 S. Briaroaks Road
Cleburne

Maggie Wright

PCT # 12
7216 County Road 802
Burleson

Carla Garner

PCT # 13
3809 CR 805-B
Cleburne

Marta Oliveira

PCT # 14
6438 W. FM 4
Godley

Lisa Phillips

PCT # 15
801 FM 1434
Cleburne

Bridgett Collup

PCT # 16
5217 South Nolan River Rd
Cleburne

Betsy Ruffin

PCT # 17
1334 Southern Blvd
Cleburne

Russell Rogers

PCT # 18
214 Willana Ct
Cleburne

Christi Bradley

PCT # 19
807 Stonelake Court
Cleburne

Richard Gaurkee

PCT # 20
1917 East Henderson
Cleburne

Bryon Nance

PCT # 21
3845 S. Hwy 171
Cleburne

Danniele Bass

PCT # 22
201 Pioneer Dr., Unit A
Keene

Chris Pinyan

PCT # 23
815 Green St.
Rio Vista

Forrest Davis III

PCT # 24
800 South Parkway Drive
Alvarado

Chuck Hazard

PCT # 25
318 Vista Dr.
Venus

Harold Clark

PCT # 26
301 East Criner St. Apt A
Grandview

John Wood

PCT # 27
7400 E. FM 916
Grandview

Michael Percifield

PCT # 28
509 Doris Court
Alvarado

Jessica Pye

PCT # 29
5017 CR 803
Joshua

Bruce Polley

PCT # 30
6200 CR 1233
Godley

Camden Percifield

PCT # 31
805 County Rd
Joshua

Dawn Putman

PCT # 32
10909 Adiana Lane
Crowley

Gary Giesen

PCT # 33
7620 CR 913B, Apt B
Joshua

Priscilla Shields

PCT # 34
313 Jasmine Ct.
Burleson

Vacant PCT

PCT # 35


Danaca Fraunberger

PCT # 36
1404 N. Robinson St
Cleburne

Roger Kaiyala

PCT # 37
1514 Wordsworth Dr.
Cleburne

Vacant PCT

PCT # 38


Trina Argo

PCT # 39
1355 Blayke St.
Burleson

John Belloma

PCT # 40
1105 Sienna Court
Burleson

Jim Tate

PCT # 41
653 Donna Ct
Burleson

Becky Williams

PCT # 42
11824 CR 502
Venus

Eric Snyder

PCT # 43
3301 Chambers St.
Venus

What is a Republican Party Precinct Chair?

State election law dictates that each voting precinct within a county have a Republican Precinct Chair, elected by the members of that precinct during the Republican Primary election. They serve a two year term as the grassroots representative of the Republican Party in that precinct. (Served for two years or until the next Primary Election if appointed within the mid-term.) This position is the first rung in the ladder of the Republican Party hierarchy. They are officials of the Republican Party and are registered with the Secretary of State.

Electing a Precinct Chair:
Although state law specifies there should be a Party Chair for each political party in each Election Precinct, this is not always the case. Precinct Chair is an elected position, elected during the Primary Election by the voters in that precinct. However, either through voter apathy or, more likely, voters simply not understanding the purpose or even the very existence of the position, it is not uncommon for the position to go unfilled. The County Executive Committee, made up of the Republican County Chair and the elected Precinct Chairs can appoint a Precinct Chair if a willing voter can be found, but even then some positions remain unfilled. Precinct Chair is a very important position in the Republican Party. The below is a short explanation of the duties and responsibilities of this position. 

1

Maximize voter participation in your precinct

As Precinct Chair, your primary goal is to maximize voter participation in your precinct during Primary and General Elections. Get to know the Republican voters in your precinct and actively register new Republican voters. Organize turn-out-the-vote campaigns for elections. You are the Republican Party’s representative and Head Cheerleader within the Precinct. JCRV can help you reach voters with our direct lines of communication and innovative tools and apps. JCRV exists to help you succeed in that effort.
2

Member of the Executive Committee

As Precinct Chair, you become a member of the County Executive Committee, working with other Precinct Chairs and the Republican County Chair. You will participate in County Executive Committee meetings and serve as an Officer in the County hierarchy. You also serve on one of the many committees within the county, and perhaps even Chair a committee. You help recruit new Precinct Chairs and Election Judges to work the elections. You will help with outreach to the precincts where the Chair position remains unfilled. During general elections, you help place candidate signs at polling locations.

3

Arrange Precinct Convention and assist in County Convention

Precinct Conventions are held every two years, soon after the conclusion of the Primary and General Election, often that same day. You will open the next Precinct Convention, where your final duty will be to preside over the appointment of your replacement (who will take over once sworn in as the new Precinct Chair, unless you are re-elected to remain the Precinct Chair). At the Precinct Convention, you will manage the required paperwork and retain the records from your Precinct Convention. As part of the Executive Committee, you will also assist the County Chair in arranging the County Convention.


Precinct Chair Training 2021
Robin Wilson, County Chair, hosts the 2021 Precinct Chair training seminar

Precinct Chairs in Johnson County gathered for discussion and training on a multitude of topics. County Chair, Robin Wilson says, "Where the real work is done is politics at the precinct level." The result of these important discussions brought actions for more collaboration with other similar groups in the county; filling Precinct Chair positions where there is not one; vetting potential candidates; recruiting the right talent(s) that support our collective efforts; understanding issues of voters within the precincts to share at the County Convention; understanding the Democratic platform in order to organize ourselves for the upcoming mid-term elections …just to name a few.

A FEW NOTABLE "QUOTES" OF THE DAY:
“You’ve got to be part of the solution, or you’re part of the problem.” – Jerry Allen

“Victory goes to the majority of those who participate.” – Paul Hodson

 “Double your work, double your rewards.” Nova Olson

"The worse Republican is better than the best Democrat.” – Robin Wilson 

JOHNSON COUNTY, TEXAS

THE POWER OF THE PRECINCT

Stronger Communities. Stronger Texas.

We have to fix the problems at home first, before we can fix the White House! The Democrats have already started flipping parts of Johnson County blue and we are building powerful "Precinct Strong" coalitions all around Johnson County to fight back and save Texas!