Christi Craddick, Chairman of the Texas Railroad Commission (think TEXAS ENERGY!), was the speaker for the CFRW May General Meeting. It was a pleasure to have her give us a briefing on the Railroad Commission’s responsibilities and plans and we thank her for her time and expertise.
Congratulations to Clarissa Fether for signing up the most new members at the May meeting. She earned a beautiful carved wooden tray which was the grand prize for the Membership Event. Also, gift cards were given to the new members for signing up at that meeting.
There were several new or renewing members submitted to Texas Federation of Republican Women in May which is a good thing for many reasons; but this year it is especially important because the number of Delegates and Alternates allotted to the TFRW convention is based on a club’s total active members.
The 33rd Biennial Convention of the Texas Federation of Republican Women will be held October 19-21, 2017 in Dallas at the Omni Dallas Hotel and the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center. This is an amazing opportunity to interact with local, state and national elected officials and candidates among other interesting individuals. Also, TFRW Officers will be elected as well as District Directors. The details will be forwarded to all members as received from TFRW.
CFRW Delegates and Alternates to this convention will be elected at the July CFRW General Meeting because CFRW has a social in August and our by-laws require us to hold this election at a regular meeting at least two months prior to the convention. If you haven’t renewed your membership or have been putting off joining, now is the time do so. Don’t miss out on the fun!
All Republican candidates are invited to provide information about upcoming campaign activities and events and we will be happy to publish details. This is not a club endorsement, club president endorsement or campaign chair endorsement, only candidate information to help you make an informed decision and get involved with the candidate of your choice.
Solicitations made by Federal candidates and officeholders at events are limited by Federal law. The Federal candidates and officeholders speaking tonight are soliciting only donations of up to $2,400 from individuals and up to $5,000 from multi-candidate political committees. They are not soliciting donations in any amount from corporations, labor organizations, national banks, Federal contractors, or foreign nationals.