President’s Message

Welcome to The Woodlands Republican Women website! We are looking forward to a new year and a new Republican Majority in the Senate and the House and the Texas legislature. We already have a strong Republican majority in Montgomery County and we will give it our all this year to keep it so. This is the time to attract new members to the Republican cause and to gear up to get those who agree with us out to vote in 2016.

I first joined a Republican Women’s Club 30 years ago because I went to vote and realized that I was not familiar with many of the names on the ballot. The involvement with the clubs has given me the opportunity to meet and learn about the candidates and the elected officials. Volunteering with campaigns and conventions has given me good knowledge about how the county, state and federal election process works and the relevance of all of our votes. The friendships I have made over the years with the strongest women in town have been great. I am looking forward to my tenure as president for the next two years. My goal is to grow the membership and get us out into the community with voter registration and education, civic involvement, and fundraising for our candidates and club.

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About us

MISSION: Our mission is to promote Republican Philosophy through education and communication.

Goal: To promote an awareness in women of the ideals of good government by

  • Encouraging active participation
  • Fostering loyalty to the Republican Party
  • Working for the election of local, state, and national Republican candidates.


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Speaker: Dr. Robin Armstrong, National Committeeman, TX GOP


Dr. Robin Armstrong grew up in LaMarque, Texas, received a degree in microbiology from Texas A&M and attended the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston where he received a Doctorate of Medicine degree. Today he practices internal medicine in Houston.
Armstrong became a Christian during his college years and has made 3 missionary trips to Zambia, Kenya and Nicaragua where he did medical and health-related ministry.
Armstrong has worked for more than 20 years to advance his conservative philosophy of government. He has served as poll watcher, election judge, precinct chair, city chair, Senatorial District Convention chair and a delegate to the 2008 Republican National Convention. He has served as a member of the State Republican Executive Committee from Senate District 11, and served as vice chair of the Republican Party of Texas from 2006 to 2010. He is currently a representative to the Republican National Committee from Texas. Dr. Armstrong has been married to Dr. Martha Armstrong for years and they have four sons: Daniel, Gabriel, Joshua and Noah.

General meeting at Landry’s, 1212 Lake Robbins Drive, The Woodlands TX, 11 AM
Attendance is free. Lunch is $22 ($23 w/credit card). Please RSVP to
Ann Herbek or call her at 281-686-0120.