Standing Rules adopted May 5, 2018
Social Media Guidelines:
1. Accounts should be updated regularly.
2. All accounts should align with the purposes of the TFRW.
3. Accounts should not endorse candidates in contested primaries.
4. Accounts should not share or like posts or articles that speak negatively of Republican elected leaders.
5. Accounts should not share, like, post or comment using profanity or other obscenities.
6. Accounts should keep in mind that any activity may be referenced in broader media outlets as representative of the Greater Republican women's Federation.
7. Upon request of the club President, the present administrator must relinquish her position to the Club President.
8. Administrators must approve new members.
9. Administrator must approve every post.
STANDING RULES ADOPTED ON JUNE 3, 2017
Duties of the Standing Committees:
1. Campaign Committee - the chairman keeps up with and verifies campaign hours submitted by members; she sends out reminders to members and coordinates all campaign hours and compiles report for president.
2. Finance Committee - the chairman is the fund raising chair and devises opportunities for raising money; she should have items for sale at meetings and events to sell for the TFRW.
3. Public Relations Committee - the chairman sends out notices and press releases to newspapers, radio and TV regarding TFRW information.
4. Bylaws Committee- the chairman works with her committee to oversee compliance with State and Club Bylaws; the committee reviews Club Bylaws to ensure compliance with the template. State Bylaws are reviewed for compliance with NFRW Bylaws. The Bylaws Committee works in consultation with the Parliamentarian. Advise and insure that the Executive Committee and Board of Directors follows the TFRW Bylaws when a breach has occurred. Provides guidance in the understanding and execution of the duties and policies of the TFRW.
5. Legislative & Research Committee - chairman informs members of current legislative actions.
6. Membership Committee - the chairman works with the Second Vice President to helps promote membership throughout the state; she helps form clubs and promotes membership incentives.