Wade Emmert is the Chairman of the Dallas County Republican Party, the second largest county in Texas. Elected in May 2011, Wade has made a commitment to restoring the Republican Party to prominence in Dallas County. With a pledge to grassroots, Wade has set his sights on making Dallas County RED again, one voter at a time.
A party divided cannot stand. Wade has demonstrated the ability to work with anyone who wants to support the Republican Party. Always an advocate for unity, Wade is a firm believer that individuals do not have to be uniform in beliefs to be unified in purpose.
Wade is a consummate advocate for conservative principles and the Republican Party. He is a thought leader in North Texas, frequently appearing on TV and radio news programs. For a time we was host of the popular Wade Emmert Show each Sunday night on 660AM-The Answer.
Wade is no stranger to politics or civil involvement. A life-long Republican, Wade has served as a City Councilmember for his hometown, and has been a candidate for Dallas County Judge. He is also serves in various advisory capacities for a local hospital and the newly formed Law School at the University of North Texas at Dallas.
Wade was born and raised in Midland, Texas. He graduated from Midland Christian High School at the top of his class, earned his Bachelors of Arts in International Business from Abilene Christian University, graduating magna cum laude, and his law degree from Baylor University. Wade has been a member of Mensa for more than 10 years and is considered one of the best attorneys in the State of Texas. He is a founding partner of Emmert & Parvin, LLP, a premier Dallas law firm.
Wade has been married to Michelle for 22 years. They have two sons, Walker and Will and live in Cedar Hill where Wade is a deacon and worship leader in their church.