About

The Reform Party of Texas is a political party which nominates candidates by convention instead of by party primary.  We do not currently have ballot access (an automatic ballot line) so we are supporting independent and write-in candidates which share our political stances.

You can read more about us by clicking the following links:

Current Efforts

Frequently Asked Questions

Party Leadership

Party Rules

Current Efforts

Reform Party of Texas Convention Date and Location Information Precinct Conventions: All Precinct Conventions will be held on Tuesday, March 8 at 7PM Central Time. The following Precinct Convention locations have been reported to the County Secretaries: Harris County Precinct 0757 3222 Palston Bend Lane Houston, TX 77014 Harris County Precinct 0674 18935 Atasca Oaks …

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Frequently Asked Questions

As readers to come learn more about the Reform Party, there are still questions that people ask.  In an effort to provide some answers, we have developed this FAQ section.  If this section and the website do not answer all your questions, do not hesitate to write the party office via email: RPTX@rpusa.info. Frequently Asked …

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Party Leadership

The Reform Party in Texas is organized at multiple levels, and there are opportunities for leadership positions at each level. Precincts are the base of the organization.  You can find your precinct number on your voter registration card, or you can look it up on the Secretary of State’s website. Precincts together make up a …

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