1311 E. Bankhead Hwy, W’ford
Representative Phil King will be introducing Senator Paxton.
Come early if you would like to speak to Rep King or Sen Paxton.
Paxton officially joined State Rep. Dan Branch and Railroad Commissioner Barry Smitherman in the Republican Primary for Texas Attorney General. Senator Paxton was first elected to the Texas House in 2002 and moved up to the Texas Senate last year after Sen. Florence Shapiro (R) opted not to seek re-election. Sen. Paxton has pledged to be an obstructionist who wouldn’t waste Texan’s tax payer dollars. In his announcement, Sen. Paxton said, “You’re going to hear lots of speeches, lots of promises to stand firm against Washington … The difference is that not only do I mean it, I have a record to prove it.” Paxton has a record of not working well with the governing majority in the Texas Legislature. In 2010, then Rep. Paxton challenged Speaker Joe Straus for the right to lead the lower chamber because he believed the Speaker who would go on to slash funding for education and women’s health programs in addition to passing the mandatory sonogram bill was not conservative enough.
Join us for an informal meeting where you can ask questions and learn more about Senator Paxton. See you there!
Dawn King Parker County TEA Party We are Taxed Enough Already!! About The Parker County TEA Party – The TEA Party Patriots of Parker County We are a grassroots group of Americans united to share our common value – that the Constitution of the United States should be the governance of our land. It should not be re-interpreted or revised in meaning to meet the needs to special interests or political favors. We’re concerned about reckless overspending, unfair and punitive taxation, and the increasing lack of government constraints. We are peaceful American citizens that organize protests and rallies in Parker County, Texas. We’re not contained by any particular ideology or party, but strive to be a pluralistic and populist movement committed to Liberty, especially economic liberty. Facebook: parkercountyteaparty