Upcoming ET4L events (details below):

The calendar below includes meeting information for over 27 different Republican Party, Republican Club, Conservative, and Tea Party organizations -- these events are held across Senate District 1.

 
  • Monday, April 08, 2019 at 07:00 PM
    Lantana Activity Center in Gilmer, TX

    ET4L Meets

    Speaker Rebekah Warwick with Heritage Action. 

    The Heritage Action Sentinel Program was created to be the tip of the spear in the fight to achieve conservative victories in Washington and hold lawmakers accountable to their promises. Rebekah will cover current fights in Congress, such as the Born Alive Act, and the tools Sentinel provides to make your voice and your action as impactful as possible as we fight to advance the conservative agenda.

    Rebekah Warwick is the daughter of two Air Force officers and grew up outside of St. Louis, Missouri. In 2011, she moved to Denver, Colorado to attend Colorado Christian University, double majoring in history and political science. During her college years, she was a field manager for school choice campaigns, interned for the Majority Whip of the Colorado Senate Republicans, volunteered with two ministries for the homeless, and spent a semester studying at Oxford. In April 2014 she became the Western Regional Coordinator in Denver for Heritage Action for America, working with Sentinels in the western United States. In mid-October of 2017, her husband’s career change from the military to the private sector brought them to Texas where she assumed the role as the South-Central Regional Coordinator and works with over 1,800 Texas Sentinels

    Rebekah has been married to her husband Michael for three and a half years and they have a 2-year-old daughter, Ruth, and a seven-month-old daughter, Gwendolyn. When not strategizing with Sentinels you can find Rebekah exploring parks with her daughters, or when the kids are asleep, beating her husband at Scrabble.

    Also, ET4L's Committee Chair Darlene Rappazzo has a special complimentary dinner planned for attendees.  Dinner will begin at 6:30 PM. 

    This is a free, open to the public, and student-friendly event.  

  • Saturday, April 27, 2019 at 01:00 PM
    Lantana Activity Center

    Election Fraud Tour - Senate District 1

    Protect Your Vote Texas!

    The 2020 Election, Census and Redistricting are right around the corner.

    Get the facts to fight the most important battle we've had to fight since 1836.

    Senate District 1 Tour Stop

    Saturday, April 27, 2019

    1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

     Lantana Center
    80 Lantana Rd, Gilmer, TX 75644

    Sponsoring groups to-date:

    Bowie County Patriots
    Cass County Patriots
    Cass County Republican Party
    Cherokee County Republican Club
    East Texans for Liberty
    Franklin County Republican Party
    Gregg County Republican Party
    Harrison County Republican Party
    Morris County Republican Party
    Panola County Republican Party
    Smith County Republican Party
    Wood County Republican Party

    Operation: Protect YOUR Vote, Texas! 
     
    Our votes are NOT protected.
     

     The right to vote in a free & fair election is the most basic civil right!
    The preservation of the rights of the American people 
     depend on secure elections.

     
    We must demand action from legislators!
     
    In his State of the State speech list of “emergency items,” Gov. Abbott didn’t mention election fraud…at all. Now, his nominee for Secretary of State and the TX Attorney General are being sued by the ACLU, LULAC, MALDEF et al all because acting SOS David Whitley dared to initiate a process to identify and remove non-citizens from the voter rolls in compliance with the 1993 Congressional National Voter Registration Act!

    This is the first time since Republicans took majority status over state government in 2003 that voter registration list maintenance has been attempted on this scale. 16 years - just think about that - it's been 16 years since the GOP took over and no real effort has been made to verify voter rolls!  When they tried to purge the list of deceased voters in 2012, the Left howled. Efforts stopped. 16 years - just think about that - it's been 16 years since any effort has been made to verify voter rolls! Now, a WFAA Dallas investigation discovered hundreds, perhaps, thousands of felons casting ballots as recently as the November mid-term. 
     
    That means it is up to US!  
    Find out what YOU can do right now! 


    Hear from grassroots leaders - GOP election judge David Carter & SREC Bob Kecseg (SD1) about a resolution all County GOP Executive Committees need to get passed! 

    Hear from subject matter experts from Direct Action Texas, True Texas Elections, and Grassroots America - We the People. 
  • Monday, May 13, 2019 at 07:00 PM
    Lantana Activity Center in Gilmer, TX

    ET4L Meets - Chief Wayne Isbell with the 100 Club

    Celebrating Law Enforcement Month! 

    Speaker:  Chief Wayne Isbell, Chairman of the 100 Club.

    A press release from the 100 Club of East Texas states more support for is needed for the families of officers killed or injured in the line of duty. It also states Texas was one of four states in the nation with the highest number of officer deaths in 2018.

    According to the club’s website, the original 100 Club was founded in Houston in 1953 by five men who saw a need to support the families of officers killed in the course of their duties. The East Texas chapter was founded in 2017 by Wayne Isbell, Chief of Mount Pleasant Police Department, and members of the East Texas Police Chiefs Association.

    The East Texas 100 Club supports officers and their families in the following counties: Anderson, Camp, Cass, Cherokee, Delta, Franklin, Gregg, Harrison, Henderson, Hopkins, Marion, Morris, Panola, Rains, Red River, Rusk, Smith, Titus, Upshur, and Wood.

    Also, ET4L's Executive Director Stacy McMahan and Legislative Chair Desiree Watts have been in Austin, since the beginning of the 86th Legislative Session, and will provide an update to members. 

    Also, ET4L's Committee Chair Darlene Rappazzo has a special complimentary dinner planned for attendees.  Dinner will begin at 6:30 PM. 

    This is an open to the public, free and student-friendly event. 

  • Monday, June 10, 2019 at 07:00 PM

    ET4L Meets with Upshur County Sheriff Larry Webb

    Speaker:  Sheriff Larry Webb

    Also, ET4L's Committee Chair Darlene Rappazzo has a special complimentary dinner planned for attendees.  Dinner will begin at 6:30 PM. 

    This is a free, open to the public, student-friendly event. 

  • Monday, July 08, 2019 at 07:00 PM
    Lantana Activity Center in Gilmer, TX

    ET4L Meets - Summer Blast & Cookout

    Details to be announced.

    This is a free and kid-friendly event. 

  • Monday, August 12, 2019 at 07:00 PM through August 13, 2019
    Lantana Activity Center in Gilmer, TX

    ET4L Meets

    Details to be announced. 

    Also, ET4L's Committee Chair Darlene Rappazzo has a special complimentary dinner planned for attendees.  Dinner will begin at 6:30 PM. 

    This is a free and kid-friendly event. 

  • Monday, September 09, 2019 at 07:00 PM
    Lantana Activity Center in Gilmer, TX

    ET4L Meets

    Details to be announced. 

    Also, ET4L's Committee Chair Darlene Rappazzo has a special complimentary dinner planned for attendees.  Dinner will begin at 6:30 PM. 

    This is a free and kid-friendly event. 

  • Saturday, October 05, 2019 at 07:00 PM
    Gilmer Civic Center

    5th Annual Stars of Texas Fall Celebration

    Details to be announced. 

  • Monday, November 11, 2019 at 07:00 PM
    Lantana Activity Center

    ET4L Meets

    Veterans Appreciation Dinner


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