The conservative heart of Tennessee


Home of the conservative and influential suburbs directly south of Nashville, Williamson County's leadership statewide is unrivaled. The Williamson County Republican Party is one of the most active parties in the state, and captures the conservative heart of Tennessee.



Chairman Circle members enjoy an evening of great food and fellowship

Williamson County Chairman Circle Members support Republican candidates, voter engagement, limited government, and principles of free market capitalism.

WCRP hosts record-breaking BBQ and straw poll

The Williamson County Republican Party hosted the largest summer BBQ in history with over 400 Republicans from Middle Tennessee joining us at Little Creek Farm in Thompson's Station. We also hosted the first major gubernatorial straw poll of the 2018 cycle.


Williamson Republicans elect new officers

In the largest-ever County Convention in history, Republicans from across Williamson County gathered in February to elect our new Party officers. Debbie Deaver of Brentwood was elected chairman.


WCRP hosts sold-out Reagan Day Dinner

Hundreds of Republicans gathered at the Cool Springs Embassy Suites in February to celebrate our 2017 Reagan Day. Guests heard from Corey Lewandowski and Congressman Chris Collins (R-NY). Longtime Executive Director Jean Barwick was awarded as the 2017 Republican of the Year.


Williamson Republicans celebrate Election Night

Over 300 Tennessee Republicans joined our Election Night Party at the Old Natchez Country Club. Special guests included Congressman Marsha Blackburn, Lt. Governor Randy McNally, Speaker Beth Harwell, and State Party Chairman Scott Golden.


Williamson Republicans Attend the RNC

Ten delegates, and dozens of alternates and guests were a part of Tennessee's delegation to the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland. Williamson Republicans involved in other ways included Congressman Marsha Blackburn, who had a primetime speaking slot, and Darren Morris, state director for Donald J. Trump.