Longtime Randall County Republican chairman Terry Harman’s successor has been decided.
On Monday, the Randall County Republican Executive Committee selected Tim Revell as the new chairman for the local party. Revell was selected following the announcement that Harman would resign from his post soon after the conclusion of the November general election. Judy Jackman and Brennan Leggett were also announced candidates for the position.
In an interview with the Amarillo Pioneer, Revell said he is ready to get to work for Randall County Republicans, hoping to grow the party in the coming months and prepare for the 2020 presidential election.
“We’re going to do a lot more outreach and expand the party,” Revell said.
Revell says he would like to see scholarships established through the local party for students at West Texas A&M University and area high schools. Revell also said he plans to promote voter registration and volunteer events ahead of 2020.
“We plan to have a more educated electorate and expand the local party,” Revell said.
Harman, the outgoing chairman of the party, said he is excited to see what Revell will accomplish for local Republicans in the coming months.
“He’s very good and very experienced,” Harman said. “He’s been greatly involved.”
Harman’s resignation will take effect on November 13th.