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

Monday, June 10, 05:30 pm - Jun 10: Dr. Everett Piper on America's Universities - Not A Daycare

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, 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 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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2019 Municipal & School Board Elections

April 20, 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 22-30 at any polling location in Tarrant County
Election Day Voting:  May 4 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.

  • 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
  • HEB ISD:  Fred Campos, Andy Cargile (only because his opponent is so bad)
  • Ft Worth City Council:   Cary Moon (district 4), Dennis Shingleton (district 8), Betsy Price (Mayor - chosen only because her opponent is so bad; not an endorsement of her)
  • Tarrant Regional Water District:  Mary Kelleher
  • Denton City Council:  Jesse Davis, Gerard Hudspeth, John Ryan
  • 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

This will be updated as more resources respond!

 

 


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]