Precinct 4086Fort Worth, Tarrant County, TX
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Meet Your Precinct Chair Jessica Cheek
 Updated on Tuesday, Feb 13, 2024

Welcome to the home page for Precinct 4086! I am so glad you are here!

I am Jessica Cheek, your Precinct Chair, for the Tarrant County Republican Party.

Please visit often to stay abreast of current civic events and news.

There will always be updated election information here.

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Upcoming March 5 Primary Election
 Updated on Tuesday, Feb 13, 2024

A Note From Your Precinct Chair
 Updated on Wednesday, February 13, 2024

Our next election is March 5, 2024 and  will  be the Republican Primary. Early Voting is February 20th through March 1st, 2024.   We have many candidates on our ballot besides Presidential nominees and I plan to host a meet and greet for you to meet many of these candidates. Join me on February 12th at 6 PM at Rockwood Ben Hogan Golf Center at 1851 Jacksboro Highway and meet almost every candidate on your ballot.  You can look up your ballot  here: Tarrant County Voter Lookup. 

You also can check this link to look up information on your ballot.  and Candidates - Tarrant County GOP ( 

I hope that you will plan to attend our Precinct Chair Convention. Precinct Chair Conventions occur the Thursday after the election on the evening of March 9, from 7-9 PM. People from our precinct may come and submit resolutions that you feel should be added to our party platform. An example might be: Eliminate Property Taxes. There are many GOP Resolutions already written on the internet so feel free to search for some. Be sure to bring there printed copies and come on time. To find the location of the event, please check the week of our primary election. To learn more about precinct chair conventions, please go here:

Property Taxes
 Updated on Friday, Jul 21, 2023

Regarding the Property Tax Relief Supposedly Passed in Austin this summer during special session:

Wise County Republican Leader, Andy Hopper comments: 

Very soon, you will surely be receiving news from your legislators about an epic “breakthrough” in property tax relief, brought to you by your Texas Legislature. You will hear that $18 BILLION dollars will be returned to taxpayers in the form of property tax relief, and some unscrupulous legislators will even brag that this is the largest tax relief in Texas History.

 Unfortunately, the “breakthrough” only represents approximately $13B in new property tax relief. $5.3B (or 30% of the advertised figure) was actually put into place in 2019, and your legislators are hoping you don’t realize that 30% of the “breakthrough” represents old property tax cuts you’ve already gotten.

 The largest tax relief in recent history represented a little over $20B, adjusted for inflation. Do you remember the deep savings brought by the 2008 tax cut?

 Neither do I. 

 Our Texas Legislature started session with a $33 BILLION surplus: the biggest surplus in the history of our state. Instead of giving ALL of that back in the form of tax relief, they decided to enact the biggest spending increase in Texas HISTORY—a 42% increase in spending since the last biennium.

 Your Texas Legislature decided to increase spending by $69B, which is more than twice what Canada spends every year to fund its entire defense budget. It is approximately the same as what Russia spends on its military.

 But your legislature has graciously bestowed $13B back to you in tax relief. Even worse, only $7B will be spent on new “compression,” meaning that as your appraisals continue to rise over coming years you will see less and less lasting savings from this tax relief.

Regarding your property taxes:

WATCH: A Conversation With Chandler Crouch

 • By helping his neighbors protest their property taxes, Tarrant County real estate broker Chandler Crouch drew a target on his chest. For his steadfast devotion to fighting despite the odds, Crouch was recently honored at the Conservative Leader Awards dinner with a Torch of Freedom.

 • In this Conversation, Chandler Crouch talks about how he started and what motivates his civic activism. You will hear his encouragement and advice for others who want to make a difference in their communities.

Precinct Reports

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 Updated on Tuesday, Feb 13, 2024


News/Commentary Section Information
 Updated on Friday, Jul 21, 2023

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In addition to tracking specific legislation, this is the website to watch committee meetings or floor sessions for both the House and Senate.

The districts and names displayed reflect those taking representational effect on January 1, 2023.

U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R) (202) 224-2934     

U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R) (202) 224-5922     

Governor of Texas Greg Abbott (R) (512) 463-2000       

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Lt. Governor  Dan Patrick (R) (512) 463-0001       

State Board of Education, District 11 Patricia Hardy ( R) Main (512) 463-9007 

U.S. House , District 12 Kay Granger (R) Congressional Switchboard (202) 225-3121   

Texas Senate , District 9 Kelly Hancock (R) Capitol Switchboard (512) 463-4630   

Texas House , District 99 Charlie Geren (R) Capitol Switchboard (512) 463-4630   

Speaker of the Texas House Dade Phelan (R) (512) 463-1000


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