The time to get involved is now!

Our meeting place will vary at times from Cafe Adobe on I-10 and Silber, or at  SOSA Community Center on the corner of Wirt Rd and Westview.  No cover charge, just a purchase of dinner from under $10.00 available (Cafe Adobe).  

Welcome to join us and bring a friend along.  We appreciate all support  to our RHCIA Team.

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We are pleased to have you as our visitor. The Republican Hispanic Citizens In Action (RHCIA) is Houston’s most active and fastest growing Republican Hispanic Organization. For more than four years RHCIA has been building a foundation of committed individuals interested in conservative government and promoting Republican candidates. Identifying the need for an active grass roots Republican Hispanic coalition our founder Bernadette McLeroy started with a small group in January 2008.

This perseverance and a lot of hard work have translated into a strong and united nucleus of dedicated individuals ready to take The RHCIA to its next level of hyper-growth and activism. Our missions of doing community outreach to recruit new Hispanic Republican voters and candidates leading up to the next election cycle and beyond requires a lot of people. The time to get involved is now. We invite you to join us at our monthly meetings, site and dates announced each month.

Thank you.


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"The RHCIA Proudly Presents Our Judicial Candidates for 2014!"When it comes to electing our officials, none are as important  as the ones the public are most affected by in their daily lives.Judges can alter an individuals life in very profound ways that can change His/Her life forever. That is why we at the RHCIA offer this series in hopes that you learn a little more about your Candidates.Make the right decision. Make an "informed" decision

September 9, 2014. Some of the Judicial Candidates for November's election, at the Republican Hispanic Citizens in Action monthly meeting: Judge Lloyd, Judge Jay Karahan, Judge Michael Landrum, Judge Shadwick, Kevin Patrick Yeary, John Schmude, David Newell and RHCIA officers: W.R. Morris, Interim President, Tony Garza, First Vice-President and Carolina Delgado, Second Vice-President
RHCIA and LULAC COUNCIL #4976 joined forces and welcomed Republican Judicial candidates to a delicious Mexican breakfast at El Tiempo Cantina in Navigation. The meeting took place on Saturday, October 18, 2014. The Judicial candidates took a moment to speak about their work in serving the community, they expressed gratitude for this first opportunity to come out and present themselves in the East end. Among the Judges and candidates in attendance we had: County Criminal Court 13, Judge Don Smyth who MC'd the Judge introductions which included State District 269 Judge Dan Hinde, Criminal court 8 Judge Jay Karahan,Judge Don Smyth, Civil court 2 Judge Theresa Chang, 248th District Judge Katherine Cabaniss and 308th district Judge James Lambardino also present 190th District Judge Patricia Kerrigan, Judge Chadwick, Judge Russell Lloyd and Judge Charley Prine; Chris Daniel candidate for reelection as Harris County District Clerk also joined the event. 
RHCIA Officers in attendance: Bernadette McLeroy, Founder and Chair; Lawrence Rodriguez, Interim President; Tony Garza, First Vicepresident and Carolina Delgado, Second Vicepresident, and Victor Escalante, Jessica Diaz RHCIA Board Advisory.
RHCIA is truly grateful to LULAC COUNCIL #4976 and its representatives for their warm and welcoming hospitality.