Greenville, Texas

Greenville, Texas is located in Hunt County.  

During Hunt County's 2016 Presidential Election 75.8% voted Republican, 20.3% voted Democrat, and 4.0% voted for other candidates. 


During the 2018 Republican Party Primary, voters had the opportunity to vote on proposition #7. This proposition gave voters the chance to voice their opinion if they were "In Favor" or "Against" this following statement: " I believe abortion should be abolished in Texas." In Hunt County, out of 8,684 votes, 6,421 voted in favor of the idea of abolishing abortion in the state of Texas and 2,263 voted against the idea abolishing abortion in the state of Texas.   

The population of the city of Greenville, Texas is 28,263.

In the News

CRIT-LARGE - September 22nd, 2019

Making Texas a Sanctuary for the Unborn

By Preston Kelly

The Daily Signal - October 23rd, 2019

Why These 6 Towns Became ‘Sanctuary Cities for the Unborn’ 

By Jackson Elliott

Greenville Speaks out!

Why Greenville Residents Want To See Abortion Outlawed in Their City

"I believe that abortion is murder. That means that over 2000 innocent, helpless babies are murdered every day. This egregious bloodshed has continued and has even been celebrated since Roe v. Wade was decided. This is true despite the fact that Republican's espousing pro life ideologies have often been in power yet without affecting any major change in this realm. The truth is, change starts small. It starts first with each individual deciding they are not going to stand by and do nothing. An individual who makes such a decision is then in a position to change themselves which will spawn change in their family, and often in their community as well. In the same way, communities must decide when enough is enough and ultimately take a stand. In doing so, they can spark change in their counties and often in their States as well, if not in the nation as a whole. Becoming a Sanctuary City for the Unborn is this first step. It doesn't matter if there is or will be an abortion clinic in your community. It's time for the communities to stand up for what is right and build change from the ground up." - Elisha H.

"It is murder." - Audrey K.

"It’s Biblically and morally wrong. It is murder of a baby. What else can I say?" - Marcia C.