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July 2010 • Vol. 2 • Issue 7

Next Meeting: JULY 17, 2010 SARAH PALIN DRAWS A CROWD IN TYLER Jessica Nixon ~ VP, Publicity Sarah Palin spoke to a crowd of over 4,000 enthusiastic people at the Oil Palace in Tyler, Texas in June. Among those in the crowd were KCRW Jessica Nixon, Jody Deller, Pam Eggett and Nancy Murphy. Several speakers […]

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State Representative Betty Brown

June 2010 • Vol. 2 • Issue 6

Next Meeting: JUNE 19, 2010 Our scheduled speaker will be unable to attend, but there will be many other things to cover! Come ready to turn in your volunteer hours! RNC WOMEN’S SUMMIT IN WASHINGTON, DC Congressman Jeb Hensarling nominated Jessica Nixon to represent the 5th District at the Second Annual RNC Women’s Summit on […]

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April 2010 • Vol. 2 • Issue 5

CAP-AND-TRADE: HOW WILL IT AFFECT YOU? Donna Broder ~ VP, Programs Have you wondered how “Cap-and-Trade” would affect you and your pocketbook? Our special speaker in May will be Phillip Smith from Congressman Jeb Hensarling’s office. He will discuss the impact Cap-and-Trade will have on us, should the bill make its way through Congress and […]

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April 2010 • Vol. 2 • Issue 4

PRESERVE GOOD CONSERVATIVE GOVERNMENT Jody Deller ~ President As of this writing, early voting is going on, election day is next Tuesday. By the time you receive this the runoff will be over and newly elected officials will be known. Tax Day Tea Parties will have been held on April 15th letting this administration know […]

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Congressman Jeb Hensarling

March 2010 • Vol. 2 • Issue 3

MARCH TO NOVEMBER Jody Deller ~ President We have made it past the primaries! Some won and some didn’t, and some races are yet to be determined in runoff elections April 13. Next, we have our Republican County Convention, which falls on our March 20 meeting day. Needless to say we won’t have a meeting […]

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February 2010 • Vol 2 • Issue 2

DOWN TO THE WIRE Jody Deller ~ President We are coming down to the wire. By the time you get this message, early voting may have already begun. At our meeting this month, we will have the precinct level candidates speak. There are four candidates in the Precinct 4 commissioner race and four in the […]

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