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.
PRW meets on the 3rd Tuesday of every month (except June, July and December)
Next General Meeting:
Tuesday, November 19th, 2019
Napoli's Italian Restaurant - West Plano Location, North-East Corner Independence and McDermott
Time: 11:15 am: Arrive and check-in, 11:30 am: Meeting, Lunch & Program
Lunch is available for $20.00 with RSVP, cash or check payable to PRW on arrival
RSVPs for lunch must be made by 5 pm Friday, November 15th, 2019
RSVPs to attend without lunch may be made up to 5pm the Monday before the Tuesday meeting
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
In October and November, we will be collecting Christmas Cards for the Troops as well as toys for the Christmas Cops Program.
Please bring as many completed cards as you'd like to the meeting, include a positive and uplifting message, do not seal the envelopes, address to "U.S. Service Member". Toys should be new, unwrapped and can be for boys or girls of any age. Your support is greatly appreciated!
David Horowitz Freedom Center
Denton Co GOP
President - Institute for Policy Innovation (IPI)
Collin Co GOP
Tom Giovanetti is president of the Institute for Policy Innovation (IPI), a public policy research organization based in Dallas, Texas. Prior to joining IPI in 1992, Mr. Giovanetti was a freelance policy writer and the director of product development for a small manufacturing company in Dallas, where he designed several patented products and gained real-world experience in how taxes and regulations affect small business.
Mr. Giovanetti writes for IPI and for other publications on a wide variety of policy topics including tax reform, intellectual property, Social Security personal accounts, communications policy, Internet governance, education reform, the broadband revolution, and out-of-control government spending. In addition to being published in leading papers including the Wall Street Journal, Washington Times, Investor's Business Daily and The Dallas Morning News, he also appears regularly on a number of radio and television programs.
Mr. Giovanetti represents IPI many national and international organizations, including the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), where IPI is an accredited NGO. IPI was also accredited as an observer organization with the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS), where he argued against UN involvement with Internet governance, and with the UN's Internet Governance Forum (IGF). Mr. Giovanetti also participated during meetings of the World Health Organization's (WHO) Intergovernmental Working Group on Public Health, Innovation and Intellectual Property, and represents IPI as a stakeholder during trade agreement negotiations such as the current Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).
In addition to his writing and speaking, Mr. Giovanetti also testifies before state and federal legislative committees on a variety of topics, and is primarily responsible for fundraising and development for the Institute for Policy Innovation.
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.