Llano County Republican Club -3rd Quarter Dinner Meeting, Tuesday, September 12th, 5:30-7:30PM.

Location: Sunrise Beach First Baptist Church

Address: 606 RR 2233, Sunrise Beach

Free to attend. dinner is $15 per person. Guests are welcome! All proceeds will be used to support Republican Candidates and Republican Causes. Contact Debbie at 830-220-9935 to reserve your plate.

Learn more about Cary Cheshire by visiting Texans for Strong Borders

Looking Ahead

Election Day is November 7, 2023. See Notice of Special Election, which includes the propositions (from LLano County, Texas)

Early voting begins October 23 thru November 2.

Constitutional amendments are on the ballot.

Go to the Llano County website and under elections you can view all the amendments. Click below to read it in full now.

Wonderful Turnout Tuesday Evening

Thank you to all who attended Tuesday evenings meeting with special guest, Christin Bentley!

Republican Party of Texas
Legislative Priority:
Stop Sexualizing Texas Kids

Watch Tuesday’s presentation by clicking on the video below or read Christin’s PowerPoint Presentation. Read in PDF format here.

Tuesday, May 9th -HLRW Meeting with special guest, Christin Bentley

HLRW Monthly Meeting Tuesday, May 9th, 6-7:30pm

Hello everyone! This is a personal invitation to join us for dinner this Tuesday evening, May 9th, 6-7:30pm, at the Sunrise Beach Civic Center. One of our own members (who cooks great!) will be making a Spaghetti and Meatball dinner for us! Yummy!! Bring your spouse.

Guest speaker, Christin Bentley, State Republican Executive Committee, SD-1, will be giving a legislative update on the Republican Party of Texas priority to protect children from sexual grooming in our schools and communities.

Free to attend. Dinner is $20 (pay at the door or click below to purchase a meal) Look forward to seeing each of you! Support – Highland Lakes Republican Womens Club (anedot.com)

ELECTION DAY – Saturday, May 6th!

Polls open 7:00am until 7:00pm at each location.

Below you will find Polling Locations and Sample Ballots for Llano County (including Propositions A, B, and C on the Llano ISD Bond Election). Please Read before voting on Saturday.


“Any information submitted to the Federal Government by a party to a covered transaction in accordance with this Act, as well as any information the Federal Government may create relating to review of the covered transaction, is exempt from disclosure under section 552 of title 5, United States Code (commonly referred to as the ‘Freedom of Information Act.)’   – Excerpt from RESTRICT Act (S. 686)

The RESTRICT Act, in name alone, serves as an alarm.  

While it does ban TikTok, the RESTRICT Act also gives non-elected government bureaucrats, and the money they are beholden to, carte blanch permission to label and off-line any form or system of communication they deem a national security threat. According to the bill, violators accessing those applications, including the use of VPN services, risk penalty of up to a $1,000,000 fine, twenty (20) years in Federal Prison, and the forfeiture of all property to the United States government.  

With seemingly every Federal agency in America acting against the interest of free speech and Constitutional rights, are legislators in Washington unable to foresee the blatant risks of this bill? – The Sedition Acts V2, Gregory Christian Porter, April 18th

RESTRICT Act (S. 686) – https://www.congress.gov/bill/118th-congress/senate-bill/686/text

Click the link below and call your elected officials in Washington; demand they honor their oath to the Constitution and let this bill die on the floor!

Find Your Members in the U.S. Congress | Congress.gov | Library of Congress (substack.com)

Monthly HLRW Meeting April 11th, 6-7:30pm Kingsland Public Library (finger food and tea provided)

Don’t miss guest speaker, Gregory Porter, Co-Founder, Texas Liberty Council, give a powerful presentation on the topic of digital identification and currency!

Data Privacy: The Frontier of Liberty

“Without privacy, we have no liberty.”

At a time when corporate media propagate seeds of divisibility, a new paradigm of discrimination is masquerading among us. The precipice of tyranny we face extends far beyond the hypocrisy of hate speech, military aggression, and global corporation collusion with seemingly all world governments. Today, the biggest threat to human Liberty may be corporate access to personal data combined with a unique digital identifier for every citizen. ” -Gregory Porter, Texas Liberty Council