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Monday, September 09, 05:30 pm - Sep 9: Massey Campos on Self-Evident Truths

CORE BELIEFS:

NE Tarrant Tea Party believes in

  • Personal Responsibility
  • Fiscal Responsibility
  • Limited Government
  • Rule of Law
  • National Sovereignty
  • Traditional 2-Party System
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WHO REPRESENTS ME?

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.

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Voter Registration

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).

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Saturday In The Park

May 29, 2019.

 

Keeping Tarrant red is a big job and requires all hands on deck.  That's why NETTP asked all Republican clubs in Tarrant County to partner with us for a huge party!  The response has been fantastic!  Check out this list of groups actually working together!!!!

Arlington Republican Club, Colleyville Republican Club, Cowtown Republican Women, Frederick Douglas Republicans of Tarrant County, Fort Worth Republican Women, Grapevine Republican Club, Metroplex Republican Women, NE Tarrant Tea Party, Northeast Tarrant County Young Republicans, Northeast Tarrant County Republican Club, NW Eagle Tea Party, Reagan Legacy Republican Women, Republican Women of Arlington, Republican Women of North Texas, Southlake Republican Club, Southwest Republican Club, TCGOP Outreach Committee, Tarrant County Republican Assembly, Tarrant Star Republican Women, Tarrant County Young Republicans, United Republicans of Tarrant County

The idea is to invite to our party all the new residents that have recently moved into Tarrant County who were registered Republicans where they came from.  We want to welcome them to Tarrant, introduce them to their elected representatives, and help get them plugged in to a local organization. 

The party is being held from 9:30-noon on Saturday, June 29, at the Bedford Boys Ranch.  We've got music, balloons, popcorn, snow cones, coffee & donuts, cotton candy, face painting, a bunch of games, and of course, folks to help register them to vote! 

Now all we need to do is invite the guests!  That's where you come in.  Door-to-door invites are being hand-delivered by teams of volunteers.  Will you help us do that?  Here's the schedule:

 

Euless & North Ft Worth | Saturday, 5/25: breakfast at 9:30a, walking 10a-1p
location: McDonald's 105 Spur 350 Euless, TX 76039
 
Grapevine | Saturday, 6/1: breakfast at 9:30a, walking 10a-1p
Grapevine | Sunday, 6/2: meet up 1:30p, walking 2p-5p
location for both days: Chick-fil-A 1245 William D Tate Ave Grapevine, TX 76051
 
Bedford/Hurst | Saturday, 6/8breakfast at 9:30a, walking 10a-1p
Bedford/Hurst | Sunday, 6/9: meet up 1:30p, walking 2p-5p
location for both days: Chick-fil-A 460 Grapevine Hwy Hurst, TX 76054
 
Keller/Southlake | Saturday, 6/15: breakfast at 9:30a, walking 10a-1p
location: Whataburger 1520 Keller Pkwy Keller, TX 76248
 
North Richland Hills/Haltom City | Saturday, 6/22: breakfast at 9:30a, walking 10a-1p
location: Jack in the Box 6501 Grapevine Hwy North Richland Hills, TX 76180
 

To sign up to deliver invitations to friendly people, please click here
 

There's a LOT of ground to cover, and it cannot be done on weekends alone.  If you would like to help on a different timeline or in a specific location, we can accommodate that too!  In fact, it would be hugely appreciated.  Just reply to this email and we'll get you set up.
 

Remember...  We can come up with the idea and help make the details happen, but YOU have to jump in and get the people there or it's all for naught


Oh, and of course...  while the new residents are our guests of honor, all those interested in meeting their Republican representatives are welcome, and we hope you willl join us as well.  (It's not a party without you!) RSVP on our Facebook event page.

Thanks,
Julie McCarty
NE Tarrant Tea Party, President

PS.  Action is required!!!  

  • To sign up to deliver invitations to friendly people, please click here.
  • To let us know you'll help us throw a big ol' party simply by showing up, click here.
  • To help man the NETTP game, please email rhodesfran@yahoo.com.
  • To sign up to walk at times not listed in this message, please email alenaghen@texasgop.org.
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2019 Municipal & School Board Elections

May 4, 2019.

Your local property taxes are the highest taxes you pay.  You must pay attention to the local elections!  It's time to vote on school boards and city councils.  Do your research and vote wisely.

  • Early Voting:  April 22-26 from 8am-5pm, April 27 from 7am-7pm, April 28 from 11am-4pm, or April 29-30 from 7am-7pm. You may early vote at any polling location in Tarrant County.
  • Election Day Voting:  May 4 from 7am-7pm only at your assigned location.

Here are some recommendations from local friends.  They are NOT necessarily researched by our Board orendorsed by NETTP.  There are a lot of cities and ISDs and we as a Board do not personally vet them all.  We rely on other folks to fill us in and then for you to do your homework!  Exceptions are noted.  THIS LIST IS UPDATED CONSTANTLY.  CHECK BACK BEFORE YOU VOTE!!!

  • Grapevine-Colleyville ISD:  Mike McCoy and Tommy Snyder (both vetted and endorsed)
  • Grapevine City Council:  Leon Leal (vetted)
  • Colleyville City Council:  Tammy Nakamura, Bobby Lindamood, Richard Newton (all 3 vetted and endorse)
  • Keller ISD:  Kris Kittle (vetted and endorsed), Pilar Fraser
  • Keller City Council:  Becki Paquin, Sherri Almond
  • Euless City Council:  Perry Bynum
  • Bedford City Council: Don Coates
  • HEB ISD:  Fred Campos, Andy Cargile (only because his opponent is so bad)
  • NWISD:  Deann Hatfield
  • Birdville ISD:  Kris Drees
  • Ft Worth City Council: Brian Bird (District 3), Cary Moon (district 4), Brown OR Willoughby (District 5), Jordan (district 6), Dennis Shingleton (district 7), Betsy Price (Mayor - chosen only because her opponent is so bad; not an endorsement of her)
  • Ft Worth ISD: Chad McCarty (district 2), Sandra Shelton (district 6), CJ Evans (district 5 - chosen because opponent is crazy)
  • Tarrant Regional Water District:  Mary Kelleher, Gary Moates
  • Southlake City Council:  MaryGrace Thoennes, Chad Patton (only because opponent is a Dem)
  • Carroll ISD (Southlake):  David Almand (only because opponent is hard Dem)
  • Denton City Council:  Jesse Davis, Gerard Hudspeth, John Ryan
  • Annetta City Council: Mike Brasovan (Mayor)

  • Eagle Mtn Saginaw ISD: Tim Daugherty (lesser of 2 evils)

  • Saginaw City Council: Shawn Morrison

  • Tyler ISD:  Lisa McClure (district 6)
  • Plano City Council:  Lily Bao, Shelby Williams, Colleen Epstein, Daniel Long
  • Plano ISD: Cody Weaver, Heather Wang, Semida Voicu
  • Frisco ISD:  Steve Noskin, Muni
  • Frisco City Council:  Jeanne Weisz
  • Grand Prairie City Council:  Joe H. Tarrant
  • Grand Prairie ISD:  Patty Harris, Emily Liles

This will be updated as more resources respond!

 

 

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NETTP's Kickoff Trip to the Capitol

February 12, 2019.

 

We are headed to Austin! The official NETTP "kickoff" trip is on! It will be Tuesday, Feb. 26. We expect a large group, so we'll probably rent a bus, and there will be a fee for that. We always try to make our trips free of charge - but buses are expensive, so we'll need folks to chip in for it. Not sure yet what the fee will be as Fran is still getting quotes, but rest assured, we'll keep it as low as possible!

So mark your calendars now! The trip will include:

*A very early start (about 5:00 am) at a convenient meet up place in the DFW area.
*Fun, fellowship, and games on the bus driving to Austin
*A tour of the Capitol building
*Meeting with YOUR legislators to tell them about NETTP and our legislative priorities for the 86th session
*Observe House and/or Senate in session
*Visit the Capitol Gift Shop for souvenirs (if you wish)
*A tour of the Supreme Court building by Judge
Bert Richardson, Kevin P Yeary, David Newell, Criminal Court of Appeals (and possibly others)
*A visit to the Capitol Visitors' Center (a museum of Texas History and the oldest state office building)
*A Capitol Scavenger Hunt (with prizes!)
*Sleepy time on the bus ride home
*Complete satisfaction in knowing you spent your day learning about your State Legislature, State History, and how to be an effective Citizen Advocate

Kids are welcome if accompanied by a responsible adult. You will do lunch on your own - either buy a lunch at the Capitol Grill inside the Capitol, or bring a brown bag lunch.

You do NOT have to have gone through training in order to join us. This is a great opportunity to be a part of our team, get familiar with the Capitol, and see if you want to join in next time!

If interested, please email rhodesfran@yahoo.com.



 

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CORE BELIEFS:

NE Tarrant Tea Party believes in

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WHO REPRESENTS ME?

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]

Voter Registration

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).

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