Welcome to the official web site of the Caddo Republican Parish Executive Committee. Our organization's primary purpose is to further the interest of the Republican Party in Caddo parish.
To that end, this site shall serve primarily as a virtual message board. Its mission is to be a tool by which to disseminate vital information on the issues and events of interest to conservatives as a whole and especially to conservatives in Caddo Parish.
The Caddo Republican Parish Executive Committee hosts a monthly luncheon for fellow conservatives to gather and exchange ideas. We meet at noon on the first Tuesday of every month at the Clarion Hotel on E 70th ST, for lunch and conservative discussion. Each month we invite a guest speaker to share with our group the "inside information" they have on a current issue or candidacy. Currently the cost of a buffet lunch is $13.00 and no charge for just listening. Reservations are not required at this time.
Vote No to Extend Commission Term Limits
Thursday, Oct 03, 2013 10:10am
Vote NO on Extending Commission Term Limits The election on October 19 will have three parish wide items on the ballot.The first is the judge election between two Republicans.The second is a $23 million, 20 year bond proposal by the Parish Commission.The third extends parish Commissioner term limits from three consecutive 4-year terms for 12 years to five consecutive 4-year terms for 20 years...
The Republican Oath
Monday, Jan 25, 2010 9:52am
I believe that the proper function of government is to do for the people those things that have to be done but cannot be done, or cannot be done as well by individuals, and that the most effective gov...
The Origin Of "GOP"
Monday, Jan 25, 2010 9:51am
A favorite of headline writers, GOP dates back to the 1870s and '80s. The abbreviation was cited in a New York Herald story on October 15, 1884; "' The G.O.P. Doomed,' shouted the Boston Post.... The ...
Origin Of The Republican Elephant
Sunday, Apr 15, 2007 3:00pm
This symbol of the party was born in the imagination of cartoonist Thomas Nast and first appeared in Harper's Weekly on November 7, 1874.An 1860 issue of Railsplitter and an 1872 cartoon in Harper's W...