Precinct 4410Haltom City, Tarrant County, TX
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Nov 7 Constitutional Amendment Election...
 Updated on Friday, Nov 10, 2023

The results are in- all proposed Constitutional Amendments passed, except #13, which proposed to raise the age of retirement for judges. The Birdville ISD ballot proposition also passed.

The information is still posted for the election on the Elections page, and more on the Election Information page. Tarrant County Elections contains information on the results for Tarrant County, and the Secretary of State website has results for all election results from around the state.

If you want to become more informed about the amendments go to the Elections/Election Information page on this website to learn what supporters and opponents of each of the Constitutional Amendments had to say as compiled by the Texas House Research Organization.

New Republican County Chair Elected by Tarrant County Precinct Chairs
 Updated on Tuesday, Oct 24, 2023

Monday evening, October 23rd, Tarrant County Republican Precinct Chairs met to elect an interim County Party Chair due to the resignation of our current chair, Rick Barnes. Rick resigned to run for another elected office in Tarrant County. Although he could have waited until the filing deadline in December, Rick resigned early so the the new chair could prepare for the upcoming 2024 Elections, which include the Primary, Primary Runoff and November 2024 General Election. At first five candidates were nominated for the position in the meeting. A supplemental rule was passed by the precinct chairs stating that a candidate needed to be present to be considered for voting. This disqualified two of the candidates, leaving the three that had actively campaigned for the position and were present. After speeches, the first vote was taken which showed none of the candidates receiving a majority vote. Bo French led in the first vote, followed by Warren Norred and finally Fred Tate. After the first vote Fred Tate dropped out of the race. The second vote gave Bo French the majority. Bo was sworn into office by a present Tarrant County Judge and will now take over the responsibilities of the Republican County Chair from Rick Barnes.

A Republic, or We the People?
 Updated on Saturday, Nov 25, 2023

The differences between these two may seem inconsequential to some. but there are distinct differences that should affect the way we vote and the campaigns that influence us in our voting decisions. If you are interested, click here for the article on my family website blog.

Voting For A Wolf

2023 Texas Legislative Accomplishments
 Updated on Thursday, Nov 9, 2023

Some organizations that may have you on their email list will attempt to paint the 2023 Legislative session as dismal. Don’t fall for their propaganda! To me this is an indication that some people are just born to be glass half empty while others have embraced the benefits of a glass half full outlook. Some glass half empty people are propelled by money from people with questionable agendas to promote a distorted, negative picture of those who are effective in their service as stewards of political offices.

Facts dispel the propaganda emanating from these organizations, but only if a person is willing to hear the facts. So if you are still reading, let’s get to the facts!

The Legislature passed and the Governor signed 774 bills this year in the 2023 regular and special Legislative sessions. There may be another special session where a few more bills may be generated and signed by the Governor. The bills signed into law made changes in nine general areas: Social issues, Education, Taxes, Spending, Business Practices, Local Government, Elections, Public Safety and Border Security

If you have a subscription to The Texan, you can read up on what the specific bills in each of these areas accomplished during the 88th Legislative session. You can also go to Texas Legislature Online website and search on bills signed by the Governor and get the entire list of 774 bills that were passed. Bills like HB900 (the READER Act), SB14 (ban on child gender modification), SB15 (intercollegiate athletics compete according to biological sex),  SB17 (ban on DEI in Texas), SB29 (prohibiting mask mandates or mandatory vaccines, closing businesses or schools for pandemics), SB402 (prioritizing capital murder trials) were just a few of the changes that are now law in Texas.

Don’t fall for the propaganda by pseudo conservative organizations or dark money funded candidates in next year’s election campaigns that paint the Legislature in a glass half empty manner. Our Representative, Stephanie Klick has a 100% voting record on these bills that are now law and worked to pass them using the respect she has gained and the relationships she has fostered throughout the many years she has lived and worked in this community. Some of the bills were part of the November 2023 Election as Constitutional Amendments that became law in Texas with the voting results.

Contact the Precinct Chair!
 Updated on Friday, Sep 15, 2023

There is a contact form on the website that makes it easy to contact me. The contact form is available through the Party Contacts link at the top of the page.

Passing Thoughts
 Updated on Thursday, Nov 9, 2023

"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

"It is easier to fool people than to convince them that they are fooled" -- Mark Twain

"It is hard to free people from the chains they revere" -- Voltaire

"It is more difficult to get a man to understand something when his salary depends on his not understanding it" -- Upton Sinclair

Mice die in mouse traps because they do not understand why the cheese is free. Just like socialism.

Truth does not mind being questioned. A lie does not like being challenged.

Want to stop drunk drivers from killing sober drivers?  Ban sober drivers from driving. That’s how gun control and COVID lockdowns work.

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

"How do you tell who is lying to you? Just maybe it is the people who are trying to censor you."

Precinct Reports

Public precinct reports:

Legislative links
 Updated on Friday, Sep 15, 2023

Texas Legislative links

Texas Governor
Texas Senate  Senator Kelly Hancock
Texas House of Representatives  Representative Stephanie Klick
Texas Legislature Online

Helpful Political research links

Texas Ethics Commission Campaign Filings
Open Secrets - Center for Responsive Politics
Texas Scorecard

Federal Legislative links

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

In Summary
 Updated on Thursday, Nov 9, 2023

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!