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Monday, May 13, 05:30 pm - May 13: Major Gen Robert Bodisch of the Texas State Guard
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Monday, October 14, 05:30 pm - Oct 14: Dana Hodges on Defending the Church in America
Freedom is not a boring subject…especially when comedian Brad Stine is in the mix! This one of a kind approach to history will leave a lasting impression and move you to action as you live out your freedom with a Biblical Worldview. Using humor mixed with the inspiring stories of the Founding Fathers, Brad & Rick will equip you with the foundational, Biblical truth of America’s Founding and give you very specific, practical ways to live out your freedom.
The Battle Lines Have Never Been Clearer for GCISD Run-Off Race
If you live in Grapevine Colleyville School District and you want to push back against progressive activism in our schools, you need vote for Amy Putnam on Saturday. Push back against the out-of-control tax hikes, indoctrination of our students, and the Culture of Voting effort to block vote against Republicans who are demanding property tax reform. The lines have never been clearer. Just look at who is supporting each candidate.
Endorsements for Becky St John:
Representative Giovanni Capriglione- (Republican Dist. 98)
Jan McDowel- Democrat Opponent for Congressman Kenny Marchant
Mark Bauer- Leader of the local Democrats and Battleground Texas, the movement to turn Texas blue.
Mid- Cities Democrats
Indivisible Texas- Progressive group dedicated to resisting Republicans and turning Texas blue.
Buddy Luce- Lawyer and Democrat activist/donor and member of Mid-Cities Democrats
Salman Bhojani- City Councilman for Euless, endorsed by the Texas Democratic Party
Stacey Silverman- activist and volunteer for Todd Allen (Democrat candidate for Congress, TX Dist 24)
Pat Noell- activist and self-described Democrat Precinct Chairman for precinct 3321
Endorsements for Amy Putnam:
Konni Burton- Republican State Senator
Bill Waybourn- Tarrant County Sheriff (R)
Jonathan Stickland- Republican State Representative
Matt Rinaldi- Republican State Representative
Tim O’Hare- Chairman, Tarrant County Republican Party
The entire Colleyville City Council
NE Tarrant Tea Party
NE Tarrant Republican Club
Grapevine Republican Club
Amy Putman in her own words on why she is running.
“I also want to restore accountability and transparency to the district. Rather than continue to point fingers at the state Legislature and other government entities when it comes to the tax problem, I believe we need to own and work on our end of the problem. The board is 100 percent responsible for setting the tax rate, controlling the ‘revenue’ and ultimately how much we pay in taxes. The district should pass a formal resolution demanding an end to Robin Hood in the next legislative session, but also start a public discussion about our own spending and debt management practices. That’s something you never hear today. There is just a demand for more and more taxpayer money when the results haven’t proven we are making the best use of what we have today.”
In the last election this race came down to just four votes! Your vote matters!
June 16 Election Day (Sat) - 7am - 7pm at either Bransford Elementary, The REC or the Hurst Public Library.
NE Tarrant Tea Party believes in
Don't let the name fool you! We are a statewide movement... a group of activists from all across Texas promoting Constitutional governance in every precinct, one voter at a time. Take a look at our Board members and find contact information here.[READ MORE]
It is a citizen's responsibility to provide regular feedback, both positive and negative, to his/her representatives. Here is a helpful list of contact information for NE Tarrant County residents, from city council to President.[READ MORE]
To change your address within Tarrant County, simply complete an online form at this link.
To register to vote from anywhere outside of Tarrant County, download a form at this link and mail it to Tarrant County Elections. (The city library often has the form as well).[READ MORE]