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Monday, April 08, 05:30 pm - April 8: Christians and their role in Politics

Monday, May 13, 05:30 pm - May 13: Major Gen Robert Bodisch of the Texas State Guard

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

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

Monday, October 14, 05:30 pm - Oct 14: Dana Hodges on Defending the Church in America

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'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.



 


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]