In mid-June 2022 the Texas Republican Convention was held in Houston and at the urging of Daniel Miller’s Texas National Movement, and with the help of many volunteers, the Convention adopted two planks related to TEXIT (Secession from the United States):
Plank 33. State Sovereignty: Pursuant to Article 1, Section 1, of the Texas Constitution, the federal government has impaired our right of local self-government. Therefore, federally mandated legislation that infringes upon the 10th Amendment rights of Texas should be ignored, opposed, refused, and nullified. Texas retains the right to secede from the United States, and the Texas Legislature should be called upon to pass a referendum consistent thereto.
The Convention’s delegates passed Plank 33 with a vote of 88.64%.
Plank 225. We urge the Texas Legislature to pass a bill in its next session requiring a referendum in the 2023 general election for the people of Texas to determine whether or not the State of Texas should reassert its status as an independent nation.
The Convention’s delegates passed Plank 225 with a vote of 80.17%.
Therefore, a popular vote on whether Texas should secede from the United States is now the official position of the Texas Republican Party. The largest political convention in the nation has spoken in favor of TEXIT.