Precinct 4410Haltom City, Tarrant County, TX
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Election Fraud - Absolute Proof/Scientific Proof
 Updated on Wednesday, Apr 7, 2021

Mike Lindell's new video Scientific Proof with Dr. Douglas G Frank, PhD (Physicist) is eye-opening. We knew things were amiss on the morning after the 2020 election. Months later, evidence emerged via various sources revealing that not only had voter fraud had occurred, but election fraud also. After seeing Lindell's first election fraud video Absolute Proof released 5 March 2021, Dr. Frank was amazed to see other computer geniuses had been working with the data to prove that election fraud existed, and that it was widespread in every state. Dr. Frank held a missing piece of the puzzle exposing the algorithmic key of the fraud. That key showed that voter registrations, ballots received and census data were all directly correlating to one another, even anomalies within the population of a geographical region. Based on the algorithm he had "happened" upon, he tested it in a number of Ohio counties. When he saw the correlation, he made a prediction on what each of the other counties would be. His predictions were radically similar to the actual ballots. This is statistically impossible. He then tried it in the other swing states. With a slight adjustment for demographic changes in a states, he found the same correlation. Then he tried it in other states. Again, that same correlation occurred. It is well worth the time to listen to and to recommend to others in your sphere of influence.

Senate Bill 7 - Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick response to media hype regarding
 Updated on Wednesday, Apr 7, 2021

On Monday, American Airlines put out a statement saying they were “strongly opposed” to Senate Bill 7, the Texas Senate Election Security bill that is one of Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick's top priorities this session.  The government relations representative who called his office admitted that neither he nor the CEO of American Airlines had actually read the bill. 

Dan held a press conference today (4/6/2021) to respond to American Airlines and other corporations that are accusing him and the Texas Senate of “voter suppression.”  His first message to them was simple – read the bill.

Here is a link to the press conference where he lays out the facts about what Senate Bill 7 actually does – and what it doesn’t do. He also posted his official statement in the email sent out to Republicans across the state.

We simply cannot let the Democrats, the left and the media continue to divide us by charging that everything we do is racist. I believe Texans are fed up with “woke” corporations that don’t share our values trying to dictate public policy.

Legislative Priorities Tracker - UPDATED
 Updated on Wednesday, Apr 7, 2021

Texas Scorecard has put together a Legislative Priorities Tracker for both the Republican and Democrat legislative priorities. Republican priorities are taken from the legislative priorities passed during the 2020 Texas GOP Convention, while Democrat priorities are taken from the 2020 Texas Democrat Party platform. The tracker will be updated as bills move through the process, so be sure to bookmark the page in order to easily access it during the session.

This is a great tool to have a birds-eye view of the nature of laws coming out of the 87th Legislature, but anyone can get into much more details of any proposed legislation by going to the Texas Legislature Online website that is managed by the Texas Legislature. If you have any questions about the Legislative session, you can contact me or our state Senator or state House Representative. It's a lot easier than you might think!

Jeramy Kitchen of Texas Scorecard published an article detailing the current House committee member makeup and the likelihood of conservative bills coming out of those committees. The article is well worth reading if you want a better idea of the chances for bills to get voted out of committee to get on the House Calendars for a vote. Of course what cannot be seen is the negotiation that goes on behind the scenes to either promote or kill a bill where House leadership has strong feelings one way or another. For the latest information, access Texas Legislature Online where all bills and their current status are updated throughout the Legislative process and to contact Legislators.

In Summary
 Updated on Wednesday, Apr 7, 2021

A Republican Precinct chairman is primarily meant to render service to any who are seeking information about Republican candidates and ideas, and serve as a representative of the party for the local area. With the advent of the internet, information is significantly more available than in the past. This website serves the purpose of providing information and resources for any who desire to be more effective in promoting and voting for a government that is of, by and for the people according to the U.S. Constitution and the values Republicans share in their party platform. Please click the Contact button at the top of the page if I can be of service to you in understanding any part of this process of choosing and electing good leaders and preserving and encouraging good government in our city, county, state and nation. Thanks for your interest!

Contact the Precinct Chair!
 Updated on Friday, Apr 9, 2021

There is a contact form on the website now that makes it easy to contact me. The contact form is also available through the Contact or Party -> Contact links.

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Legislative links
 Updated on Tuesday, Mar 30, 2021

Texas Legislative links

Texas Senate
Senator Kelly Hancock
Texas House of Representatives
Representative Stephanie Klick
Texas Governor
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Helpful Political research links

Texas Ethics Commission Campaign Filings
Open Secrets - Center for Responsive Politics
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Federal Legislative links

U.S. Senate
Senator Cornyn
Senator Cruz
U.S. House
Representative Kay Granger

Passing Thoughts
 Updated on Wednesday, Apr 7, 2021

"Always vote for principle, though you may vote alone, you may cherish the sweetest reflection that your vote is never lost." -- John Quincy Adams

When I was a boy I was told  that anybody could become President; I'm beginning to believe it. -- Clarence Darrow

I don't approve of political jokes ... I've seen too many of them get elected -- anonymous

I have come to the conclusion that politics is too serious a matter to be left to the politicians. -- Charles de Gaulle