what is wprw?

what is wprw?


(1) To work for the election of the Republican Party's nominees.
(2) To promote an informed electorate through political education.
(3) To increase the effectiveness of women in the cause of good government through active political participation.
(4) To facilitate cooperation among local, county, and state Republican clubs,
(5) To foster loyalty to the Republican Party and promote its principles and candidates in all elections, including non-partisan elections.


To educate, inspire and encourage participation in the political process by volunteering our time and resources to serve and educate our community to elect Republican candidates, and promote Republican ideals.


A government that protects the freedom of ALL Americans and is truly representative of the American people.

upcoming events

SPEaker -
state REPRESENTATIVE -cody vasut

November 3, 2022
6:30 PM - 8 PM
Location: Big Horn BBQ
2300 Smith Ranch
Pearland, TX 77584

mixer - tba

community events

Christmas Party
December 1, 2022
6 PM - 8 PM
6730 Lone Star Rdg
Manvel, TX 77578

election integrity ZOOM TRAINING CLASSES

If you are interested in finding out more about the Election Integrity, Early Voting/Ballot Board, Election Worker Training, Poll Worker Training & Central Count Zoom training classes, here is how you proceed. All FREE!

mopsie thornborrow - president

let's keep our county red!!!

Welcome to the West Pearland Republican Women Website. We hope you can find the information you are searching for online. The West Pearland Republican Women (WPRW) Club was federated in 2010. We are members of the Texas Federation of Republican Women (TFRW) and the National Federation of Republican Women (NFRW). All WPRW Members are also TFRW and NFRW and will receive information from all three groups. Members are very well-informed Republicans. WPRW Active Members are Republican Women, Associate members who are Republican Men, and Republican Women, who are Active members at another federated club, are also welcome to join the club. WPRW also welcomes Young Affiliates aged thirteen to seventeen. WPRW is a member of the Pearland, Alvin, and Manvel Area Chamber of Commerce, and our meeting notices can be found on their website as well. WPRW is very active in activities sponsored by other Republican Clubs, the Republican Party of Brazoria County, and Senate District II. The public and community members are welcome to attend WPRW meetings and events. The members of WPRW look forward to meeting you; join us! WPRW is “Proudly Red!”  

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Our Work


Our social gathering events allow group members to develop business contacts and socialize with like-minded people over good foods, drinks, and entertainment.


Our sponsorships are the financial or in-kind support of activities to support the Republican party, political candidates, community, and National Federation of Republican Women's Caring for America program

community events

The interactions/conversations from community events and political fundraisers help our members build relationships, understand different perspectives, support the same cause, and strengthen the community.

we value your feedback!

We sincerely appreciate your positive feedback as we work to improve our goals. For any questions or suggestions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

elected officials

troy nehls

congressman/ 22nd district

larry taylor

senator/district 11

ed thompson

house representative/29th district


"The West Pearland Republican Women's Club has stepped up to become the club for conservatism in Pearland, and in the north end of Brazoria County. They define what it means to be a Republican Club that has fun while supporting candidates and Republican values."

-judge greg hill-

wprw documents

get involved

Regular meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month, except December. If a meeting should be canceled, it will appear on this website. Occasionally, a holiday falls on the same day or weekend close to the meeting. Meetings are held at Big Horn BBQ, 2300 Smith Ranch, Pearland, TX 77584. Meetings begin at 6:30 pm with a meet and greet, and the business portion of the meeting starts at 7:0pm and usually adjourns at 8:00 pm. There is no charge to join the meeting. Attendees go through the food line at the restaurant and pay the restaurant for their meal if they wish to eat.

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