The First Ladies Republican Women's Club ("FLRWC") boasts more than twenty-years experience in the Texas Federation of Republican Women ("TFRW"); greater than 8 elected officials; and, a vast array of political experience to offer emerging Republican leaders. 
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    Mission Statement
    Developing Emerging Leaders
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    Drive diversity through new members (ages & ethnicity focus) Identify future Republican Leaders
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    Increase Social Media Footprint; Expand outreach efforts to underserved markets; and, Drive cash flow to support our candidates.
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    Couple existing knowledge base with upcoming Republican leaders to increase our talent pipeline.
FLRWC Presentations
2017 Goals & Objectives


Judge Bill Metzger​​

Bill Metzger was elected Justice of the Peace for Dallas County Precinct 2, Place 2 in November of 2014. Judge Metzger is a 40 year resident of North Texas, a successful businessman, a board member and past Chairman of a large financial institution, a community volunteer, and a proud husband and father. He also currently serves as a member of the Dallas County Community College District Board of Trustees, a unique distinction allowed by the Texas Constitution under Article XVI, Section 40.

Bill Metzger is a devoted husband and father. He currently resides in Sunnyvale with his wife Emilie and sons Billy and Jack. They are members of St. Pius X Church and attend Divine Mercy of our Lord, where he is a volunteer Sunday school facilitator.

Judge Metzger's roots in Dallas County go back over 30 years. Reared in Mesquite, he was involved in youth sports competing in the Mesquite Soccer Association and Boys Baseball Inc. After graduating from North Mesquite High School in 1989, he graduated from the University of Dallas in 1993 with a BA degree in Economics. Bill spent 9 months in Europe living in Rome, Italy gaining an understanding of the United States' place in the world. He completed his MBA from Texas A&M University-Commerce, graduating with honors in 2007. He believes that every Texan has a responsibility to make our communities stronger.

Prior to being elected Judge, he was elected to serve on the Board of the Mesquite Credit Union, a multi- million dollar financial institution and was later elected to serve as its Chairman. He was honored with a selection to join the prestigious Credit Union Executive Society after being elected as Chairman.

Judge Metzger currently and has given countless hours of service as a volunteer in Dallas County as a registered soccer coach, an Upward basketball coach, a past committee member for Llaves del Exito, a volunteer for the Dallas ISD Principal for a Day program, a past officer in the Knights of Columbus Council #13158, and as a member of the Sons of the American Legion. He also volunteers by serving on the Stone Canyon HOA board. He was also appointed in 2007 by the Dallas ISD School Board to serve a two year appointment with Dallas ISD Superintendent Dr. Michael Hinojosa's Community Advisory Committee. Bill also supports the Mesquite ISD as an underwriter of the Mesquite Education Association Cowboys and Kids 5K Run.

As a small business owner, he believes that building a business starts from the ground up. He supports the local business community as a member of the Balch Springs, Mesquite, Rowlett, Sachse, Sunnyvale, and the Greater Hispanic Chambers of Commerce. He was nominated by the Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce for the Spirit of Texas Small Business of the Year Award. Judge Metzger also serves on the Hispanic Forum of Mesquite. He is helping to create jobs through his involvement as a volunteer and member of the Texas Association of Business.

Senator Bob Hall, Recent Speaker

Senator Bob Hall, father of four boys and husband to Kay Hall, taught his family the importance of faith, family and hard work. Senator Hall graduated from The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina with a degree in Electrical Engineering and received a Regular Commission as a 2nd Lieutenant in the US Air Force. While a cadet at the Citadel he received numerous awards for leadership. He was the only Air Force Cadet selected to be a Battalion Commander and was awarded the coveted Wade Hampton saber as the graduating cadet who had contributed the most to the Citadel during the four years he was a cadet, and was listed in "Who's Who In American Colleges" his Senior year. Upon graduation, Bob began his active duty as a Systems Engineer working to develop the Minuteman Missile System during the Cold War at Norton AFB in California, where he achieved the rank of Captain.

After the Air Force he worked in the Aerospace industry as a systems engineer and business development manager. In 1982 he left the corporate world and began working as an independent proposal consultant to aerospace and defense corporations. Then in 1984 he formed his own company, Professional Proposal Management, Inc.

A compelling sense of duty, shaped by his military service, business experience, and love for this country, drives him to leave behind the legacy of a patriotic servant for his children and grandchildren. Envisioning their futures compelled him to become actively involved in the state's political process and strongly believes it is time to stand in the gap for our children, our liberties and our future.