(1) 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.
(2) Facilitate cooperation among local, county, and state Republican club
(3) Foster loyalty to the Republican Party and to promote its principles and candidates in all election, including non-partisan elections
(4) Increase the effectiveness of women in the cause of good government through active political participation
(5) Promote an informed electorate through political education
(6) Work for the election of the Republican Party's nominees
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!”
"I am grateful for the West Pearland Republican Women's continued fight in taking our conservative messages here when it is needed the most. From the moment I first started attending their meetings, they made me feel welcomed, valued, and equipped me wiht the resources I needed to govern effectively."