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Monday, January 14, 05:30 pm - Jan 14: TX Comptroller Glenn Hegar Addresses NE Tarrant Tea Party

Monday, February 11, 05:30 pm - Feb 11: Lt Gov Dan Patrick Returns to NE Tarrant Tea Party

Monday, March 11, 05:30 pm - Mar 11: Accentuate The Positive!

Monday, July 08, 05:30 pm - July 8: 86th Session Recap

Monday, August 12, 05:30 pm - Aug 12: 10th Anniversary Party for NETTP!

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 ARE WE?

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.

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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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NETTP Citizen Advocates Needed

November 25, 2018.

Time to gear up for the 86th Legislative Session!

It’s that time of year again when the Texas Legislature meets for 140 days, making decisions about YOUR life, YOUR money, YOUR family, and our great state of Texas. Are you going to let them do that without keeping an eye on things? I’m certainly not! So I’m lining up volunteers to be citizen advocates, who will help me hold legislators accountable, and promote constitutional conservative values in Texas.

The 86 th Session of the Texas Legislature starts on Jan 8, and it’s time for NETTP Citizen Advocates to hit the road to Austin and take to the phones and emails again. We’ll be promoting the good bills, killing the bad ones, and keeping an eye on our politicians in Austin. Accountability is everything!

As a Citizen Advocate for NETTP, you’ll have a chance to actually make a difference in what legislation gets passed, or stopped. You can be directly involved in the legislative process and gain a better understanding of how the system works.

Citizen Advocates are engaged in
*Trips to Austin to attend hearings, talk to legislators, etc. (single day trips, expenses covered)
*Making Phone Calls or Sending Emails to Legislators
*Helping with research on issues and bills
*Praying for our efforts

Not everyone can make trips to Austin, but there is something that almost everyone can do. We need your help. It takes a lot of people to have an impact, and a few just won’t cut it. We need about 100 people on our Citizen Advocate list! Please consider being a part of this important NETTP program.

By putting your name on the list, you are not committing to anything specific but just agreeing to be notified when we have a call to action. If you are available to participate in that event, you do so, and if not, you try another time.

We provide everything you will need to be an effective Citizen Advocate
*Training
*Transportation for the trips
*Talking points, position papers, instructions
*You supply your own lunch for the trips, your experience & expertise, and YOUR ENTHUSIASM!

I hope you’ll join us in this important effort. In addition to working hard and having an impact, we always manage to build some fun into the equation, so come join us! Our first trip to Austin will be mostly informative, and we’ll plan an interesting side activity. More on that subject later, but you need to sign up!

To be added to the Citizen Advocate list, or if you have questions, email Fran Rhodes, Citizen Advocate Coordinator, with “Citizen Advocate’ in the subject line, rhodesfran@yahoo.com.

Thank you! I look forward to working with you to defend liberty.
Fran Rhodes, Citizen Advocate Coordinator


2013 - our first Citizen Advocate trip - Lizzy, then 6, in Rep Stickland's seat


CORE BELIEFS:

NE Tarrant Tea Party believes in

[READ MORE]

WHO ARE WE?

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]

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).

[READ MORE]