PISD Board, Place 1
Semida Voicu 


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​​PRW meets on the 3rd Tuesday of every month (except July and December)



Saltgrass Steakhouse Plano East, 3320 North Central Expressway, Plano, TX 75074

​Time: 11:15 am: Arrive and check-in, 11:30 am: Meeting, Lunch & Program

Lunch is available  for $25.00 with RSVP, cash or check (preferred) payable to PRW on arrival
RSVPs for lunch must be made by 5 pm Friday, April 16, 2021

We welcome guests and visitors to our General Meeting. Members, please bring a friend!

 To RSVP send an email to:
 Include your name in your email and specify whether you will/will not be having lunch



Meet Us

Municipal elections will be held on May 1st, early voting begins April 19th.

Plano Republican Women is proud to endorse the following Republicans

PRW cannot endorse one Republican candidate over another, so in races with more than one Republican, PRW cannot make an endorsement. All of the following candidates are running against a Democrat or Independent party candidate, so PRW is able to endorse these Republicans.

City Council, Place 8
Rick Smith 

David Horowitz Freedom Center 

Denton Co GOP

Collin College Board of Trustees, Place 7 

Jim Orr


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Collin Co GOP

City Council, Place 2
Anthony Ricciardelli

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PISD Board, Place 2
Angela Powell



Heritage Foundation

Since July 17, 1962 when the club for Plano Republican Women was founded, we have been working to advance conservative  principles and candidates in Plano, Collin County, the State of Texas and ​Washington D.C.

Our daytime luncheon meeting is planned to make good use of time so members may stay up-to-date on issues in this community and in our country.

PRW Membership also supports TFRW, NFRW, literacy, education and local community service programs,​

We invite you to join Plano Republican Women.  

Please come to a meeting for membership forms and answers to any questions you may have about membership.

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Meet Our Sponsors

Human Events

Collin County Sheriff Jim Skinner is a 30-year law-enforcement veteran, trial attorney, and former prosecutor. Since taking office, Sheriff Skinner has implemented several initiatives, including enlarging the Patrol Section to keep pace with County growth; starting a fugitive task force with assistance from the U.S. Marshal’s Service and serving or clearing thousands of aging felony warrants; forming, with seven other sheriffs, the North Texas Criminal Interdiction Unit and arresting over 130 traffickers, seizing tons of illegal drugs, seizing several military-style weapons, seizing over $1.5 million in bulk cash, stopping three loads of human cargo, recovering just over 100 stolen vehicles, and rescuing two missing children in separate traffic stops; forming a new detention intelligence unit and gathering intelligence from the county’s 1,100-bed jail, including intelligence about gangs and drug cartels; and forming a child-exploitation unit that investigates internet-based child exploitation (including participating, in May 2017, in operation Medusa, which resulted in 17 arrests, and similar operations in 2018 and 2019, which resulted in dozens of arrests and terabytes of child pornography seized). Sheriff Skinner is also a member of county committees on child advocacy, courthouse security, jail population, and local mental-health care.

Chris Fontana is currently employed as Sergeant with the Collin County Sheriff’s Office Child Crimes Rural Task Force & Childrens Exploitation Unit (ICAC) in Plano, Texas. His unit investigates crimes against children for 16 agencies in Collin County (including six ISD Police Departments). This unit works with a multi-disciplinary team to investigate cases involving physical and sexual abuse of children. Chris has been with law enforcement for over 13 years and he’s the team leader for the Collin County Sheriff’s Office Hostage Negotiations Team. He is a Certified Forensic Interviewer through Wicklander Zulawski & Associates and serves as the South chapter Vice President for the International Association of Interviewers Board of Directors. He has a Master’s in Criminal Justice from Arizona State University.

Plano Republican Women

PISD Board, Place 6
Marilyn Loughray 


Collin College Board of Trustees, Place 8   

Bob Collins

Judicial Watch 

Collin College Board of Trustees, Place 9   

Andy Hardin



History of the Plano Republican Women’s club

On July 17, 1962, the Plano Republican Women’s Club (PRWC) was organized to work for the election of Republican candidates at the local, state, and national levels.  At that time, there were no Republican elected officials in Collin County and no Republican women’s clubs.

During the next two decades PRWC’s efforts at building the Republican Party and working for Republican candidates were important in achieving today’s Republican majority in Collin County.

In 2002, PRWC changed its name to “Plano Republican Women” and celebrated its 40th anniversary, continuing its tradition as an active, vibrant organization of capable women who offer time, talent, money, and leadership toward the election efforts of Republican candidates at the local, state, and national levels.  

April's Speakers

Sheriff Jim Skinner and Lt. Chris Fontana

Collin County Sheriff's Office

- Human Trafficking