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December 5 Christmas Luncheon RSVP Reminder

November 30, 2014

Christmas Luncheon Invitation

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Don’t forget to make your reservations for our 2014 Christmas Luncheon by Monday, December 1.

Dr. Robin Armstrong

Dr. Robin Armstrong

Our featured speaker is Dr. Robin Armstrong, Republican National Committeeman. Dr. Armstrong will provide an analysis of the 2014 election and address the challenges ahead for the Republican Party at the national level as we begin the 2016 Presidential election campaign.

Texas Supreme Court Justice Debra Lehrmann

Texas Supreme Court Justice Debra Lehrmann

In addition, Texas Supreme Court Justice Debra Lehrmann will be swearing in the 2015 officers of Fort Worth Republican Women.

Friday, December 5. (RSVP deadline is Monday, December 1.)

11:30am, Petroleum Club.

$40 per person, parking included. Go to www.fwrw.org to make your reservations online – click on PayPal – all major credit cards are accepted.

2014 Capitol of Texas Christmas ornaments will be on sale at $20 each. Make checks payable to FWRW.2014 Ornament

Bring travel and sample sizes of toiletries and cosmetics to donate to The Ladder Alliance.

For more information, contact Helen Bavousett at (817) 516-0704.

 

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October News & Committee Reports

October 20, 2014
Dr. Mark Shelton

Dr. Mark Shelton

EBOLA

TOP 10 THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW

What about a travel ban?

Should we close our schools?

How is this different from Swine Flu?

Is the CDC lying to us?

How worried should we be?

Bring Your Questions

Dr. Mark Shelton will Provide the Answers

Board Certified in Pediatrics & Pediatric Infectious Diseases, Dr. Mark Shelton has been in the practice of medicine since 1983 and has served most of his professional career at Cook Children’s’ Medical Center. As Director of Hospital Infection Control and Director of Infectious Diseases at Cook’s, Dr. Shelton led the Infectious Diseases and Hospital Infection Control Program at Cook’s from its beginning until 2008, when he gave up these leadership roles to serve in the Texas Legislature.  Dr. Shelton continues to see children with infectious diseases on a daily basis, and he will bring us useful, factual information about Ebola and what it means for our community.

Social – 11:00am Program – 11:30am; Location – Fort Worth Club, 306 7th St., 12th Floor. Valet parking is available for a $5 charge.

To make a luncheon reservation ($25 with reservation, $27 without), RSVP by noon on Monday, October 20, 2014 to Helen Bavousett at 817-516-0704 or byronandhelen@live.com.  If you are not having lunch, no reservation is necessary. Those who RSVP but do not attend will be billed for their reservation cost. (Please do not RSVP using the Comment/Reply section below.)

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October President’s Message:

Judge Bonnie Sudderth

Judge Bonnie Sudderth

Since January, I have been sharing with you the reasons why I am Republican. Each month I’ve highlighted a different reason which is important to me. Among them were fiscal restraint, work ethic, support for women in elected offices, limited government, respect for the Constitution and Constitutional rights, principled stances and generosity. There are hundreds of good reasons to vote Republican, and I could continue listing them month after month for years to come, but…

Since the election is now underway, it’s time to sum it up. So, this month, I will share with you a dozen reasons why all Texans should vote Republican this November:

A Dozen Reasons to Vote Republican on November 4

  1. Freedom and Free Enterprise. Under Republican leadership during the past two decades, Texas has become the #1 state in the nation for creating jobs.  Re-electing Republicans who champion the entrepreneurial spirit will keep it that way.
  2. Liberty. Texas Republicans will continue to fight for our liberty against an overreaching federal government, including fighting the expansion of Obamacare and other massive federal programs that are bankrupting our nation.
  3. Our Children. Texas Republicans are committed to supporting our children. As Attorney General, Greg Abbott elevated our Texas child support system to #1 in the nation.  We need to keep it that way.
  4. Important and Essential Needs. Republicans are committed to devoting taxpayer funds for essential infrastructure necessary to keep Texas growing, such as roads and water projects,
  5. Safety. Republicans work hard to keep our communities safe and Republicans understand that securing our border is a vital step in that effort.
  6. Loyalty. Texas Republicans are loyal to Texas, not Washington DC or other out-of-state liberal interests. Republicans are not beholden to Barack Obama, Harry Reid or Nancy Pelosi. They are beholden to us.
  7. Values. Republicans value the traditions which have made our state and our nation strong – family, life, religious liberty and hard work. Republican values are our values.
  8. Respect for Women. Republicans respect women by not stereotyping them. Republicans do not segregate issues into women’s vs. men’s issues because they understand that ALL issues are women’s issues.
  9. American Dream for All. Likewise, Republicans do not stereotype or segregate any issues or typecast anyone when it comes to the American dream. Black, Hispanic, Asian, elderly, disabled… Republicans are the party of inclusion because they believe that all Americans have the right to pursue the American dream, notwithstanding skin color, ethnicity, background or any challenge they may face in life.
  10. Education and Choices. Republicans are committed to an education system that puts tax dollars where they need to be – in the classrooms and giving parents a real voice when it comes to their children, including providing all students, especially at-risk students, the opportunity to attend the public school of their choice.
  11. Prosperity. Republicans understand that dependence upon government is not a path to prosperity. The American people, not the federal government, built this nation, and if we are going to get our country back on the pathway to prosperity, we need to look to the people, not Washington DC, to make that happen.
  12. Accountability. Republicans understand that the government answers to the people, not the other way around.
  13. Solutions. Republicans offer solutions, not just sound bites.

So, there it is – a baker’s dozen of good reasons to vote Republican.

When you cast your ballot, vote Republican – from the TOP of the ballot, all the way to the BOTTOM.

Bonnie Sudderth

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Editorial: What Happened the Last Time

Republicans Didn’t Show Up to Vote?

The Democrats have declared war on us and Battleground Texas – Election Day 2014 – is looming on the horizon. And the news from the battlefront is both good and bad.

The good news? All of the polls say Texas will remain Republican, that Texas will stay red.

The bad news? All of the polls say Texas will remain Republican, that Texas will stay red.

While it may look like good news, don’t be fooled. This message could be the worst news of all. Because come November 4, Republicans, lulled into a false sense of security, may just be tempted to stay home.

So let’s take a lesson from history.

What happened the last time Republicans didn’t show up to vote?

In a word, Obamacare. Obamacare is what happened the last time the Republicans didn’t show up at the polls.

Obamacare didn’t become law because the public demanded it. They didn’t. Obamacare became law because too many Republicans didn’t bother to vote in 2006 and 2008.

In 2006, Democrats gained seats in the House and Senate. Then in 2008, for just the briefest moment in time, Republicans, through complacency, handed over control of the White House AND both Houses of Congress to the Democrats. And that’s all the time the Democrats needed to cram Obamacare down our throats. They lost no time in doing so – they didn’t even stop to read it, they were in such a hurry to get it passed while they were in control.

Yes, we can blame the Democrats for Obamacare. Yes, it was the Democrats who foisted it upon us. But maybe – just maybe – the Obamacare disaster could have been averted if only we had done a better job of getting out the Republican vote.

So, remember the lesson from Obamacare.  It DOES matter who’s in charge, and every vote DOES make a difference

So Vote. Vote Early. Vote Republican.

BUT DON’T STOP THERE.

Set a goal for yourself. Identify 5 or 10 conservatives among your circle of friends. Make it your personal mission to ensure that they vote. Don’t allow them to be complacent, even if this means making a pest of yourself.

When they say “Abbott is way ahead in the polls. The Republicans are going to win,” you need to say “Not without your vote!”

Call these people every day, reminding them to vote until they’ve done it. Drive them to the polls yourself, if necessary.

Remind them what happened the last time the Republicans didn’t show up to vote.

They say hell is full of good intentions, but heaven is full of good works.

The Republican Party has given us a ballot full of excellent candidates.

It’s up to YOU to make sure they are elected.

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WHY AM I A REPUBLICAN?

This month, Senator Jane Nelson shares why she is a Republican.  For those of you who may not understand why a person, especially a woman, would be a Republican, we hope that you will read through each contribution this year and reflect upon them an open mind. We are confident that if you do, you will see that Republican issues are women’s issues.  Thank you, Senator Nelson, for your contribution!

Jane NelsonLong before I was a businesswoman, a teacher, a mother, or a Senator, I was a Republican. However, all of those experiences have had an enormous impact on my political beliefs, and have provided countless reasons for why I am a conservative.

After graduating college — which I paid for through my first experience as an entrepreneur by teaching baton twirling lessons throughout high school and college — I was a teacher while my husband completed his degree. Teaching sixth graders, I saw first-hand that our education problems go beyond dollars spent. Even back then, teachers dealt with a lack of parental involvement and discipline in the classroom, as well as government overreach into our curriculum.  My experience not only taught me how important teachers can be in the life of a child, but also that Republican beliefs regarding local control, family values and personal responsibility are needed more than ever.

My husband, upon graduation, joined his father in our family-owned business that grew from a garage to over 300 employees. As we began to grow our business, I learned how damaging liberal policies — harsh regulations and over-taxation — can stifle growth.  Back then, the state was run by Democrats, and my family yearned for the environment that encourages growth and development that has become our reality today.  It is not a coincidence that, since pro-business Republicans have been in the majority we have seen Texas ranked the #1 state in which to do business for the last decade.

In Texas, we hold conservative values. Our principles of  life, families, faith, and freedom are the bedrock of our beliefs.  While Democrats think more government is the solution to every problem, Republicans believe in the power of people and personal responsibility.  As a mother and grandmother, I have tried to instill those values in my children and grandchild, and am continually frustrated by state and federal policies that completely contradict those principles.

All of these experiences not only made me a Republican, but eventually led me to run for public office. Republicans know that education is about more than how much money we spend.  We know that businesses grow and succeed when government gets out of the way.  We know that families and individuals will prosper when given the freedom to live their lives in the way they feel is best.  As a State Senator, I will continue to fight for Republican principles and beliefs because my life has shown me that they work.

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Republican Ticket Nov 2014

 

*Because FWRW is a state PAC, rather than a federal PAC, we do not endorse federal candidates. But VOTE REPUBLICAN in the federal races! We must retake the Senate and keep Congress Republican.

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PHONE BANK VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

Election day is fast approaching and all eyes are on Texas.  Help send the entire nation a message that Wendy does not speak for us!  Please take advantage of the following opportunities to do your part to help Keep Texas Red:

  • PHONE BANK VOLUNTEERS – Every Tuesday and Wednesday night, there is a phone banking opportunity at party headquarters at 2405 Gravel Drive, Fort Worth, Texas 76118 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.  The center needs to place 3500 calls a week so everyone’s help is needed.  For questions, please call the Tarrant County Republican Party Headquarters at 817-595-0303
  • REPUBLICAN WOMEN PHONE BANKING FRIDAYS – 10am – 2pm.  Tarrant County Victory and TCGOP invite the Republican ladies of Tarrant County for lunch, tea, and phone banking. Only two Fridays left before the November election.
Report to Tarrant County Republican Party Headquarters for each of these opportunities!
2405 Gravel Drive, Fort Worth, 76118

For more information or to RSVP for any of these events above, please contact Ann-Marie Craig at 817-372-7761 or amcraig@texasgop.org

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 2014 Capitol Christmas Ornaments

These beautiful commemorative ornaments will be on sale at the Fort Worth Republican Women’s Annual Christmas Luncheon on Friday, December 5th.

2014 Ornament

They come beautifully boxed!  $20 each.  Supplies are limited, so reserve yours in advance today!  Contact Julie Johncox via email at
julie@jp-solutions.org or call (817) 229-3121

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Price Increase Notice for 2015

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 MEET GREG ABBOTT!

greg abbottCome meet and visit with Greg Abbott in Fort Worth!

Wednesday, October 29 at 9:00 a.m.

Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame
128 East Exchange Avenue
Fort Worth, TX 76164

Be sure to RSVP to let Greg Abbott know that you’ll be there!

Please contact Andy Forbes at 202-253-7288 with any questions!

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2015 Fort Worth Republican Women Board Slate

The nominating committee, consisting of Cyndy McCoy (Chair), Judy Laing,  Sharon Dale, Sherry Ward, and Cynthia Favila Terry, has met and has slated the following members for the Fort Worth Republican Women 2015 Board:

Open Positions to be filled:

1st Vice President, Membership
Debbie McDaniels
 
2nd Vice President, Programs
Kaye Moreno
 
3rd Vice President, Campaign
Helen Bavousett
 
4th Vice President, Finance
Brooke Allen
 
6th Vice President, Events
Patty Emerson
 
Secretary
Pam Bassel

Will fill out second year of two year term:

President
Bonnie Sudderth
 
5th Vice President, Communications
Cynthia Favila Terry
 
Treasurer
Jan Brefczynski

The slate will be voted on by membership at the October 22nd meeting.  Nominations may be taken from the floor.

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 FWRW Member in the Spotlight

Holly BishopHolly Bishop
Fort Worth Republican Women Member Holly Bishop deserves special recognition this month! On October 8, Holly donated $500 to FWRW, which Holly and the FWRW Executive Board have earmarked for outreach efforts in conjunction with the November election.
Holly’s $500 has been donated to the Hispanic Republicans of Texas, an organization which has been working hard in 2014 to bring the conservative Republican message to the Hispanic communities throughout Texas and to help get conservative Hispanic Republicans elected to office.
Thank you Holly for your support and your dedication to helping keep Texas red!
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WANT TO EARN SOME MONEY ON ELECTION DAY?

Work as an Election Clerk on Tuesday, Nov 4th!  Please contact Brooke Allen who needs clerks for a half or full day at Bethel United Methodist at 5000 Southwest Blvd, FW 76116. It pays $9 an hour! Call or email Brooke at 817.820.1140 orballen@browndean.com

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HOW CAN YOU HELP KEEP TEXAS RED?

Supporting a candidate or a movement is more than a saying and it is more than wearing a t-shirt or a pin.  Thank you to Beryl Dowd and Vicki Hodges for these tips on how you can truly prepare yourself to represent your support for Republicans.

Before you put on that pin:

Pins are great conversation starters.  That’s why we wear them, right?  We want someone to ask us why we support a particular candidate or cause.

Here’s the thing:  when we do get that question, we have about 15 seconds to influence the person who asked!  Every word matters.

So, since I know questions are coming.  I can prepare my response ahead of time.

Try these tips:

  •  Make responses personal.  Why do I support this candidate or cause?  What is important to me about this campaign?  What are the  stakes for me and my family?  Be specific.
  •  Make responses positive.  Talk about the good that this candidate will accomplish or the benefits of supporting this cause.  Save criticism  of the opposition for another time.
  •  Use inclusive words like “our,” “us,” and “we” whenever possible.  These words create common ground.
  •  Speak in a calm and friendly voice.

One example:

I’m in the grocery store and see a friend.  I’m wearing my “Let’s Keep Texas Red” pin.

Friend:  “Vicki, what’s your pin?  What do you mean Keep Texas Red?”

Vicki:    “Keeping Texas Red is about how we can hold onto the values that make our state prosperous … like lower taxes and being a right to work state.  My brother’s company doubled in size because it moved operations from other states here.  I want us to keep that momentum going.”

So, before you put on that pin, think through and prepare your own personal, positive response to the questions it will generate.  Have those words ready to roll off your tongue.

Our candidates and causes matter.  If we care enough to put on the pin, let’s care enough to make the most of those precious 15 seconds.

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SAVE THE DATE – CHRISTMAS LUNCHEON

The Fort Worth Republican Women Christmas Luncheon
Friday, December 5, 2014
Petroleum Club
 
Guest Speaker will be Dr. Robin Armstrong

Republican National Committeeman,  Robin Armstrong

Republican National Committeeman,
Robin Armstrong

This is an annual event that you do not want to miss!  More information to come.

November News and Committee Reports

November 20, 2013

Announcing Keynote Speaker for the Christmas Luncheon:

Republican National Committeeman,  Robin Armstrong

Republican National Committeeman,
Robin Armstrong

Robin Armstrong, Republican National Committeeman will be the keynote speaker at the Fort Worth Republican Women’s Annual Christmas Luncheon on Friday, December 6th.  (The deadline to RSVP is Monday, December 2nd. For more details, refer to the Calendar of Events in the column to the right or see the invitation in this newsletter.)

About our speaker: Robin Armstrong grew up in La Marque and has been involved with politics since he was a young boy. His father served on the school board in the La Marque ISD, and his mother was a teacher in the public school system for over 30 years.

After graduating from La Marque High School, Robin earned a degree in Microbiology at Texas A&M University. He then earned his Doctorate of Medicine at University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, and now he practices medicine in the hospital and community where he was born and raised.

Robin has worked tirelessly and passionately over the past 15 years to advance our conservative cause in the state of Texas through service to the grass-roots activists throughout this great state.  Prior to serving as National Committeeman, he served as an election judge; a precinct chairman; a city chair; a Senatorial District Convention Chair; a delegate to precinct , senatorial district, and state conventions; and a delegate to the 2008 Republican National Convention. He has served as a member of the State Republican Executive Committee from Senate District 11, and served as Vice Chairman of the Republican Party of Texas from 2006 to 2010.

Robin has been married to Dr. Martha Armstrong for 13 years and they have four sons: Daniel, Gabriel, Joshua, and Noah.

Don’t forget to RSVP for this event and join us on Friday, December 6th for our Annual Christmas Luncheon!

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Read President Cyndy McCoy’s End-of-Year President’s Message (Click HERE.)

Cyndy McCoy, President of Fort Worth Republican Women

Cyndy McCoy, President of Fort Worth Republican Women

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2013 Capitol Christmas Ornaments

These beautiful commemorative ornaments will be on sale at the Fort Worth Republican Women’s Annual Christmas Luncheon on Friday, December 6th.

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They come beautifully boxed!  $20 each.  Supplies are limited, so reserve yours in advance today!  Contact Julie Johncox via email at
julie@jp-solutions.org or call (817) 229-3121

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CONGRATULATIONS to the 2013 Fort Worth Republican Women Scholarship Winner mail

FWRW awarded a $250 to Ms. Madison Young. Madison is currently in her sophomore year at Baylor University where she is a member of the Baylor College Republicans.  For the past seven years, Madison has been active at the grass-roots level helping with campaign mailings, making phone calls, block walking and more! She served as class vice president for three years during high school and has attended numerous campaign events in the past seven years.  This young active Republican voter is part of the future of the Republican Party of Texas!  Congratulations Madison and keep up the good work!

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hdr_nfrw_logoExcerpt from the November 5, 2013 Political Briefing from the National Federation of Republican Women

Government Waste

On Monday, The Washington Post reported that, in the past few years, Social Security paid $133 million to beneficiaries who were deceased, and the federal employee retirement system paid more than $400 million to retirees who have passed away. One aid program spent $3.9 million in federal money to pay heating and cooling bills for more than 11,000 people who are dead. In total, glitches in the system have paid more than $700 million to the dead according to government audits performed since 2008.

In 2011 alone, auditors found Medicare paid $23 million for services “provided” to dead people.  From 2009 to 2011, it spent $8.2 million on medical equipment “prescribed” by doctors who had been dead for at least a year. Payments to the dead in recent years have totaled more than the annual budget of the Library of Congress.

Since the federal bureaucracy, operating on jury-rigged and outdated systems, can’t seem to determine exactly which Americans are deceased, benefits for those who are deceased continue to be paid out. Critics blame both the inattention of Congress and the inertia of the bureaucracy for the oversight.  But the situation never gets fixed, according to Steve Ellis of Taxpayers for Common Sense, because the cost is spread among all taxpayers–too wide and too thin to make anybody very mad. “In the end,” Ellis said, “it’s not enough of an issue to get people rallied around.”

The problem may be said to begin with the government’s “Death Master File,” which, The Post writes, is kept by the Social Security Administration. But the Social Security Administration official whose division oversees this function explains, “The fact is [these records] were never intended to be 100 percent accurate.”  Thus, the task of maintaining the death records used by agencies across Washington, a task that calls for near-perfection, has fallen to an agency that does not believe perfection is its job.

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Get Involved Now! – Sign Up to Receive Campaign Volunteer Opportunity Notices

The 2014 Elections are just around the corner with Republican primary contests on March 4 and the General Election exactly eight months later – on November 4.  Candidates need volunteers and they often contact Fort Worth Republican Women to find them.  If you would like to get involved working on a campaign, send your email address to Pam Bassel, our Vice President of  Campaign Activities, at p.bassel@fwrw.org. When she receives a request for volunteers, Pam will then send an email to you with the information.  After that, it’s up to you to decide which campaigns you want to work for.

Neither Fort Worth Republican Women, its President nor its Vice President of Campaign Activities endorses any Republican candidate during the Primary Election season.  This service is provided simply to facilitate volunteer opportunities and provide communication to our members regarding Republican candidates who are asking for assistance.  After the Primary Election season is over, however, we WILL be taking sides, and with your help we will Keep Texas Red!

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December Christmas Luncheon and

2014 Officer Installation

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RSVP instructions:  Reply by Monday, December 2nd by sending your check made payable to “Fort Worth Republican Women” ($36 per person) to FWRW Treasurer Lee Gabriel at 3421 Grayson Court, Hurst, Texas 76054.

Questions? (940) 367-0629 or eleegabriel@gmail.com

To comply with federal law, please include the following information for each person who will be attending:

  • Name
  • Address
  • Telephone Number
  • Occupation

Corporate checks cannot be accepted.

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Let’s Keep Texas Red!

Volunteer to Be a Part of the 2014 Republican State Convention

The Republican Party of Texas needs your help to facilitate another great convention in Fort Worth during the first week of June, 2014.  If you would like to volunteer, send an email to stateconvention@texasgop.org with the words “Convention Volunteer” in the subject line.  The Texas GOP will then send you an electronic volunteer form to complete. Volunteers are needed the week of June 1-7, but June 5-7 are the busiest days with the highest number of volunteers needed.

There are many different ways to volunteer:

Convention Ambassador Program – Convention Ambassadors staff information desks in the convention center and at convention hotels, helping guests to find everything from their caucus meetings to local restaurants.  Ambassadors must be welcoming and friendly and should go out of their way to help the guests find their way around the convention facility and downtown Fort Worth.

Sergeant At Arms – The Sergeant at Arms help to maintain order in the convention hall.  These volunteers check credentials in the convention area, direct delegates to their caucus seating, respond to requests for assistance and track down emergency assistance if needed.

Registration Volunteers – These volunteers help check in credentialed alternates and delegates in the convention hall.  In most cases, registration volunteers are the first “face” the guests will encounter upon arrival at the RPT convention.  In addition to distributing credentials, these volunteers must also be willing to answer basic questions from the delegates and alternates about convention logistics.

Do you know a teenager who would like to serve as a Page?  Anyone between the ages of 15-18 as of the start date of the convention can serve as a Page.  The Page program is a great way to get young Republicans active in our political party. They will help staff committee meetings, run errands for convention officers and assist guests as needs arise.  Pages from previous conventions have met lifelong friends through the program, have gone on to become some of the country’s youngest national delegates, served as campaign staff members and have even been elected to office.mail

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The Republican Party of Texas

will hold a Keep Fort Worth RED BLOCKWALK on Saturday, November 23
10am and 2pm
 
For details and to RSVP, Contact Rebecca McDavid:
817-565-8022 or rmcdavid@texasgop.org

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Mark Your Calendars!

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Directions From Downtown Fort Worth:

  • Go west on Interstate 30 and exit at the 820 North exit.
  • Travel north on 820 and exit the freeway at the “Clifford” exit and turn left at the light (Clifford becomes White Settlement Road).
  • Go west on Clifford/White Settlement Road for 1.5 miles and turn right at Verna Trail N.
  • 233 Verna Trail N. is the first house past the pond on your left.

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IMPORTANT REMINDERS:

  • Christmas Luncheon! Don’t forget to RSVP to eleegabriel@gmail.com
  • There are still directories available! To request your electronic copy, send an email to:  Donna Thompson (donna-t@prodigy.net)
  • FWRW has 294 Facebook “likes” and 50 Twitter followers. Keep sharing the Facebook posts and retweet @FWRepWomen tweets!

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“We tend to forget that happiness doesn’t come as a result of getting something we don’t have, but rather of recognizing and appreciating what we do have.”

Frederick Koenig

Happy Thanksgiving from the

Fort Worth Republican Women