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Monday, June 11, 05:30 pm - June 11: Indoctrination on Campus

Monday, July 09, 05:30 pm - July 9: North Korea Briefing

Thursday, July 26, 06:00 pm - July 26: Rick Green & Brad Stine - Comedy & The Constitution

Monday, August 13, 05:30 pm - Aug 13: NE Tarrant Tea Party Welcomes Radio Host Chris Salcedo

Monday, September 10, 12:27 am - Sept 10: Prison Reform in Texas

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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Pushing Back On Abbott's School & Firearm Safety Action Plan

May 31, 2018.

There are serious issues with Gov. Abbot’s proposed Gun Storage Law.  We must make a joint effort to push back NOW before these go any further...

Issue #1 - Gov. Abbott’s Proposal Creates a De Facto Mandatory Storage Law and Makes Every Gun Owner a Potential Felon

***There are already laws in place that make it illegal for a child under 17 to gain access to a readily dischargeable firearm.

***The current law requires that a parent and/or gun owner take steps to keep loaded (readily dischargeable) weapons secure by means or a trigger lock, safe, or lockbox.

***Abbott’s proposal increases the penalty from a class C misdmeanor to a felony, increases the age to 18, and increases the standard to simply making any firearm, loaded or not, accessible.

***This would mean that any parent who did not keep any and all firearms locked at all times, in any place their child goes to that they know there are firearms, would face potential felony charges.

Issue #2: Gov. Abbott’s Proposal Makes It a Potential Felony to Store a Gun in Your Car

***The current law applies outside the home as well.

***The proposed changes would make a gun owner subject to felony charges if they had a weapon (loaded or unloaded, even if it is simply being transported) in their car that was then stolen by someone under 18 who then used that firearm to injure himself or another person.

Issue #3: Gov. Abbott’s Proposal Will Make It a Potential Felony to Make Firearms Accessible to You or Your Property-Trained Teenagers in Case of an Emergency

***Mandatory storage requirements potentially increase the danger to properly trained children who are faced by an attacker or other danger and need to protect themselves.

***Providing a responsible, mentally sound, properly trained teenager with the combination to a gun safe in case of emergency would open a parent up to felony charges.

Issue #4: Gov. Abbott’s Proposal Effectively Outlaws Unsupervised Shooting by Anyone Under the Age of 18, Regardless of Training or Ability

***Many children are involved in shooting sports. If those children are allowed to practice without supervision, and injure themselves because of malfunction or accidental discharge, their parents would become felons under Abbott’s proposed law.

PLEASE CALL OR WRITE GOV. ABBOTT’S OFFICE AND TELL HIM YOU DISAGREE WITH HIS PROPOSAL TO MAKE POTENTIAL FELONS OF LAW-ABIDING GUN OWNERS WHO KEEP FIREARMS FOR SELF-DEFENSE.

Governor of Texas, Greg Abbott
online contact form
Info@GregAbbott.com
Phone: 512-463-2000

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Local Elections 2018

May 5, 2018.

Local elections affect your pocket book more than any other!

Election Day is May 5 from 7am-7pm.

AREA VOTING RECOMMENDATIONS:

Grapevine: Sharron Spencer, Amy Putnam, Tim Raine

Colleyville: Chuck Kelley, Amy Putnam, Tim Raine

Euless: Molly Maddox, no on bond

Bedford: ...

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New NETTP T-Shirt - Order Now!

May 2, 2018.

Isn't that a great design???  Big thanks to Fred McCarty and Chris Dillard!  It's our new NETTP t-shirt, just in time for the State GOP Convention in June!  In fact, we even took a quote being used by the convention and put it on the back.  This is a great-looking, high quality tshirt in navy blue available in long sleeves (regular cut) or short sleeves (men's, women's or children's cuts). 

Prices:  $20 short sleeved or $25 long sleeved

Order:  CLICK HERE to order

Orders will be accepted on the website now through May 27.  You order and pay online.  At checkout, you can choose to have the tshirt delivered to you for $10, or you can choose to pick it up in Keller for free. 

We encourage everyone to buy a shirt!  And if you're going to the State GOP Convention, wear it there on Saturday!

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CORE BELIEFS:

NE Tarrant Tea Party believes in

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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.

[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]