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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
February 24, 2019.
There are two ways to financially help out with our common cause... donate to the tea party general fund, or donate to the PAC.
DONATING TO NE TARRANT TEA PARTY
Thank you for your interest in donating to the work of NE Tarrant Tea Party! Donations help us with our ongoing expenses, like paying for the venue, email services and Facebook advertising. We are a 501(c)4, which means donations are NOT tax-deductible, but they ARE greatly appreciated! You can donate to NE Tarrant Tea Party two ways...
- online via Paypal
- or by mailing a check to:
NE Tarrant Tea Party
c/o Allan Solmon
3617 Greenbriar Ct
Colleyville TX 76034
DONATING TO NETTP PAC
You can also donate to the NETTP PAC! Unless otherwise indicated, donations to NETTP PAC go 100% toward Shark Tank candidates. The candidates are conservative activists dedicated to limited government in Texas. They are highly vetted, recruited, supported and promoted from across the state. We are not focused only in Tarrant County... we are a statewide movement. Join us!
- Click here to sign up for one-time or recurring donations.
- Or if you prefer, mail a check to
c/o Fred McCarty
1972 Casa Loma Ct
Grapevine TX 76051
(include employer and occupation please)
Donations to NETTP PAC are not tax-deductible. We are registered with the Texas Ethics Commission, and all donations are reported to the TEC. If mailing a check, please be sure to include the required reporting information (name, address, employer and occupation).
NE Tarrant Tea Party believes in
- Personal Responsibility
- Fiscal Responsibility
- Limited Government
- Rule of Law
- National Sovereignty
- Traditional 2-Party System
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]
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]
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]