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Indy Lobby Day!
March 24, 2017 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pmFree
There’s only one way to stop Gridzilla from creeping up on us in the 2017 Legislative Session:
Urban and rural Texans must unite to:
► Win Competitive elections to free the 5 million independent Texas voters!
► Protect our petition rights in all home rule cities -- the essence of local control.
► Stop the rural water grabs for unaffordable hyper-growth in urban Texas!
► End eminent domain for private gain!
While Lt. Governor Dan Patrick has everyone fighting about bathrooms, a heist of historic proportions is planned for the 2017 session. It has major buy-in from Republican and Democratic legislators at the behest of the almighty growth/real estate lobby:
Moving masses of groundwater to dry areas – the California water model -- is already a proven disaster.
Save the dates and make reservation for these two events!
EVENT #1! -- FRIDAY, MARCH 24, Texas Capitol
Independents' Lobby Day: supported by Texans for Electoral Competition*
Friday, March 24, 10 to 4 pm (be there at noon if you can)
Legislative Conference Center, Underground Capitol Bldg., Rm. E2.002
THIS EVENT IS FREE
EVENT #2 -- SATURDAY, MARCH 25, Cedar Creek
Texas Populism Conference: Building the Rural-Urban Alliance
Keynote Speaker: Historian and constitutional scholar, David Furlow, Esq.
A 50-year history of how the two parties killed democracy.
Saturday, March 25, 10 to 5 pm
McKinney Roughs Nature Trail, Cedar Creek, Texas
($25 includes lunch, or bring your own and pay $15, scholarships available)
Seating is limited so reserve a seat today by donating $25 on this site.
Full agenda coming soon!
- Texans for Electoral Competition is a growing coalition that includes the Libertarian and Green parties of Texas, League of Independent Voters and Left Up to Us.
PARKING: Park anywhere around the Capitol or the parking garage at 14th & San Jacinto -- more here.
CAR POOLING: We will help you find a ride. Call us or email us!
Reserve your seat at either event on this page by sending an email here or calling us at 512-213.4511
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