UPCOMING EVENTS

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Do you know the 
Pledge of Allegiance
to these flags?







The Flag of the
United States of America.

"I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all."








The Flag of the 
State of Texas

"Honor the Texas flag; I pledge allegiance to thee, Texas, one state under God, one and indivisible."

At our April Debate and Candidate Forum...














AUSTIN-- State Senator Donna Campbell will speak about religious freedom, school bathroom sanity, and pushing back against overreach at all levels of government. She will review some of the legislation she helped author and pass in the Texas Senate last session and provide a forecast of key issues for next session.
"Our rights are being challenged and stripped away at an alarming pace by the Obama Administration and sometimes even by our city governments," Senator Campbell said. "As state lawmakers, we must act to protect our citizens from edicts, ordinances, mandates, and reckless spending sprees that threaten our liberty, security, and prosperity."
Senator Campbell served as the author or sponsor of 60 pieces of legislation in the 84th Legislature that reached the Governor's desk and were enacted into law. She authored an additional 11 bills that passed the Senate, but ended up dying in the House. These included local government transparency bills, expansion of school choice, annexation reform, and American Law for American Courts. She plans to introduce variations of these again next session.
Among the most celebrated conservative legislation to pass last session were three bills she authored that strengthen Texans' second amendment rights. These included open carry, campus carry, and creating an enforcement mechanism for CHL holders to protest and remove unlawful signs that prohibited them from carrying on public property.
Most recently, Senator Campbell has made headlines by promising to carry legislation similar to North Carolina's bathroom law (HB 2) and to push back against President Obama's transgender bathroom and locker room policies in public schools.

"Public school bathrooms and locker rooms should be safe spaces, not social experiments that leave children vulnerable to members of the opposite sex without dignity or privacy," Senator Campbell stated. "There is no precedent for such a radical departure from established law, and I will fight to protect our children with every inch of my being.”

Read the text of her letter to school superintendents here... 

Meetings are always open to the public. Please join us.
The room at Kronkosky Center was filled with engaged citizens as Scott Kramer introduced elected officials and candidates who were present, but not participating in the debate or forum.
Candidates for Boerne ISD School Board were (left to right) Doug Hodo, Sr., Joe Tidwell and Pete Ramos. 
Mr. Tidwell won the seat.
The moderator of the school board forum was Chris Byrd. The timekeeper was Richard Chapman, President of the Kendall County Republican Club, one of the hosts for this event.
LaRhea Smith, President of the Kendall County Republican Women and Anne Newman, Programs Director for the Boerne TEA Party Patriots, were also hosts of the event.
In the Republican run-off for
Texas Railroad Commissioner Texas Railroad Commissioner were Wayne Christian and Gary Gates. Both sent a representative. 
Mark Thorne stood in for Wayne Christian, but did not receive the questionaire prior to the meeting. Wayne Christian's answers can be found here. David Hagen stood in to speak for Gary Gates. 
That run-off election was won by Wayne Christian.
In the main event,
Texas State Representative for District 73
a debate was moderated by Mark Dorazio.

Incumbent, Doug Miller and challenger, Kyle Biedermann, answered many questions which had been submitted by citizens.
Kyle Biederman won the run-off election.
Sen. Campbell to Speak
on Religious Freedom,
School Bathrooms, and Government Overreach

Thursday, June 9th, 2016
6:30 pm
Patrick Heath Public Library
at 451 Main Street, Boerne
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​It's Summer Break!
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