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The only thing Trump did wrong was ‘Win an election [no one] expected him to win’- Congressman Michael Burgess (Tx-26)
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Commissioner Ryan Sitton and Allie Stuckey to Speak at Denton County Republican Party’s Lincoln-Reagan Event

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Texas Railroad Commissioner Ryan Sitton and conservative commentator Allie Stuckey will speak at the Denton County Republican Party’s annual Lincoln-Reagan dinner on Saturday, March, 9, 2019 at the Denton Embassy Suites Hotel. In addition to the keynote speaker, comedian and commentator Evan Sayet, gala banquet attendees will have the added bonus of hearing from these two great Texans.

Ryan Sitton is an inventor, engineer, entrepreneur and a public servant. Ryan and his wife Jennifer built their business, PinnacleART, from the ground up in 2006 and have grown it to more than 900 employees and revenue over $100 million. They are also very active philanthropists in their community. Ryan was elected Texas Railroad Commissioner in 2014. The Railroad Commission has nothing to do with trains – it regulates the strong and vital energy development sector in the Lone Star State. Ryan is an energy expert and is the first engineer elected to the Commission in over 50 years, and brings his real-world leadership and expertise to every aspect of the agency’s operations.

Allie Stuckey is the host of the podcast, “Relatable,” where she breaks down the latest in culture, news and politics from a Christian, conservative perspective. She is a frequent guest on Fox News, a contributing writer for Townhall.com and the author of a new book to be released in the spring of 2020. In 2015, Allie began speaking to college sororities about the importance of voting. What started out as a hobby soon turned into a full-time career, with her blog “The Conservative Millennial” launching her into the political media sphere. Today, in addition to podcasting, writing, and making the occasional satirical video, Allie speaks to colleges and organizations about the importance of Christian and conservative values.

Statewide and local elected officials that will be attending the gala evening include: Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller, Congressman Michael Burgess, Congressman Kenny Marchant, State Representative Tan Parker, and State Representative Jared Patterson.

Dinner table sponsorships and individual tickets are available now by phoning 940-383-4446 or by registering online at www.dentongop.org. Individuals or businesses wishing to donate to the live or silent auctions should contact Republican Headquarters at the same phone number.

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Political Commentator and Comedian Evan Sayet to Headline Denton County Republican Party’s Lincoln-Reagan Event

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Political Commentator and Comedian Evan Sayet to Headline Denton County Republican Party’s Lincoln-Reagan Event

Conservative political comedian, commentator, author, and policy adviser, Evan Sayet, will be the featured speaker at the Denton County Republican Party’s annual Lincoln-Reagan dinner on Saturday, March, 9, 2019 at the Denton Embassy Suites Hotel. The gala banquet will again be emceed by Sen. Jane Nelson, whose enthusiasm is always contagious.

Evan Sayet’s career is divided almost exactly down the middle. Half the time, Evan is the nation’s leading conservative political comedian who, among other things, wrote the infamous Al Smith dinner speech for then-candidate Donald Trump. The other half of the time, Evan is an in demand political writer and policy adviser, most recently having been part of the Ted Cruz for President’s inner circle.  Evan’s lectures to the Heritage Foundation are legendary, including his first talk there which Andrew Breitbart called “one of the five most important conservative speeches ever given” and which remains, over a decade later, the single most viewed lecture in Heritage Foundation’s history.  He is also the author of the bestselling book, The KinderGarden of Eden: How The Modern Liberal Thinks, which Bill Whittle calls “the most important book I’ve read in the past ten years.”

Acknowledged as one of the state’s largest and most exciting political events, this year’s dinner promises its usual spectacular silent auction, as well as an exciting live auction including a fabulous dinner for ten prepared by internationally-honored Chef Morris Salerno, plus other marvelous items among the temptations for the attendees.

The evening begins with the private Lincoln Cabinet reception followed by the VIP reception which will provide the opportunity for guests to visit with Mr. Sayet as well as elected officials from across the state. Again this year, the dinner will feature its popular “Campaign/Business  Headquarters” where recent and future candidates will be spotlighted for Texas voters to meet and greet, according to DCRP Chairman Jayne Howell.

Dinner table sponsorships and individual tickets are available now by phoning 940-383-4446 or by registering online at www.dentongop.org. Individuals or businesses wishing to donate to the live or silent auctions should contact Republican Headquarters at the same phone number.

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Denton County Republican Volunteers Honored

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Denton County Republican Volunteers Honored

The Denton County Republican Party honored its activists from around the county Thursday at its annual Volunteer Dinner.

Kronda Thimesh, precinct chair in Castle Hills, received the coveted Precinct Chair of the Year Award, originated in 1998 to recognize the Denton County Republican Precinct Chair who has fulfilled his/her responsibilities in an exemplary manner. In presenting the award to Thimesh, Camille Johnson and Sylvia Acuff, previous recipients of the award, praised Kronda for her personal contact with her constituents and for her faithful involvement in outreach within her community.

The prestigious Chairman’s Award went to Jim Johnson of Plano, the Party’s Vice Chair of Finance.  Johnson has helped build the Denton County Republican Party in many outstanding ways, according to Chairman Jayne Howell, who presented the award. His service as a Party officer and dedicated activist has been invaluable to the Party, she said.

The DCRP’s highest award, that of Outstanding Volunteer, was jointly presented by Margaret Barnes and Debbie Terry, previous recipients of the award. The award went to Camille Johnson of Carrollton in recognition of her years of unselfish volunteerism at many Republican Party activities, Republican campaigns, club events, and within community organizations in numerous ways.

GOP clubs from across the county recognized their Outstanding Members. Those honorees included: Bill Lawrence of Highland Village (Denton County Republican Assembly); Carol Ryan of Denton (Denton Republican Women’s Club); Chris Betts (Denton County Young Republicans); Bill Wetherbee of Lantana (Flower Mound Area Republican Club); Kelly Sayre of Corinth (Ladies of Liberty Republican Club); Virginia Haughton of Providence Village (Lakeside Republican Club); Roy Winegar of The Colony (Legacy Republican Club); Katherine Sells of Castle Hills (Republican Women of Denton, Collin, Dallas Counties); Sharon Pryor of Frisco (STAR Republicans of Denton and Collin Counties) and Jeanne DeArment of Denton (Texas Strong Republican Women).

State Senator Jane Nelson acted as Mistress of Ceremonies for the evening.  Texas Republican Party Chairman James Dickey gave the keynote address.  Over 200 people from across North Texas attended the event, according to Chairman Jayne Howell, which was very successful in achieving its dual goals of honoring the Party’s dedicated activists and giving all who attended a truly delightful evening.

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Attorney General Ken Paxton, Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller and Railroad Commissioner Ryan Sitton to Attend Denton GOP Victory 2018 Kickoff Rally

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Attorney General Ken Paxton, Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller and Railroad Commissioner Ryan Sitton to Attend Denton GOP Victory 2018 Kickoff Rally

There is a special excitement that runs throughout election season.  As the days count down to Election Day in November, that excitement grows higher with each passing day.  The Denton County Republican Party is no exception.

Attorney General Ken Paxton, Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller and Railroad Commissioner Ryan Sitton will be heading to Denton County for the Denton County Republican Party’s 2018 Victory Kickoff Rally on Sunday, September 23, 2018.  Themed the Rally for America, this family friendly event will run from 1pm to 3pm and be held at the Doubletree Ranch Park in Highland Village located at 310 Highland Village Rd, Highland Village, TX 75077.

U.S. Congressman Michael Burgess, State Representative Tan Parker, State Representative Lynn Stucky, State Representative Ron Simmons and State Representative and Republican Nominee for State Senate District 30, Patrick Fallon, as well as many Republican candidates and elected officials will also be attending the event.  State Senator Jane Nelson will act as mistress of ceremonies for the rally, which will feature activities for children, food, and opportunities for attendees to visit one on one with statewide and local candidates and elected officials.

“We are excited to invite you to this special event.” states Denton County Republican Party Chairman Jayne Howell, “Whether you have been a Republican for many years, are new to our Party or want to know what we stand for and believe in, we invite you to join us.  We have a great slate of local and statewide candidates to get out the vote for this November. Bring your family and friends and come join us on September 23rd for a Victory Rally you’ll be talking about to election night and beyond!”

For more information call 940-383-4446 or visit www.dentongop.org.

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UPDATED DCRP to Host 4 Corner Coffees Across Denton County Starting August 11th

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UPDATED DCRP to Host 4 Corner Coffees Across Denton County Starting August 11th

The Denton County Republican Party announces it will be hosting a special series of “4 Corner Coffees” around the four corners of Denton County in the weeks ahead.  The first coffee will be held on Saturday, August 11, 2018 from 8am to 930am at Fuzzy’s Taco Shop in Denton located at 2412 S Interstate 35E Denton TX 76210.  DCRP Chairman Jayne Howell, Republican elected officials and candidates will be there to visit with attendees.

“The whole purpose of these 4 Corner Coffees is to provide an opportunity to sit down and talk to each other.” stated Denton County Republican Party Chairman Jayne Howell, “Listen to ideas, learn the issues that are most important to fellow Republicans, and visit in a more intimate setting than a formal event would provide.  We are all a team.  We are all working together to serve each other.  We cannot do that effectively if we don’t sit down to listen and share.  Come join us August 11th if you live in the Denton area, and if you don’t, be watching for a coffee coming to a corner of Denton County near you!”

For information on future 4 Corner Coffee announcements, visit the Denton County Republican Party website at www.dentongop.org, the DCRP’s Facebook and Twitter pages, or call DCRP Headquarters at 940-383-4446.

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DCRP to Host 4 Corner Coffees Across Denton County Starting August 11th

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Contact Jayne Howell at chair@dentongop.org

DCRP to Host 4 Corner Coffees Across Denton County Starting August 11th

The Denton County Republican Party announces it will be hosting a special series of “4 Corner Coffees” around the four corners of Denton County in the weeks ahead.  The first coffee will be held on Saturday, August 11, 2018 from 8am to 930am at Fuzzy’s Taco Shop in Denton located at 115 Industrial St, Denton, TX 76201. DCRP Chairman Jayne Howell, Republican elected officials and candidates will be there to visit with attendees.

“The whole purpose of these 4 Corner Coffees is to provide an opportunity to sit down and talk to each other.” stated Denton County Republican Party Chairman Jayne Howell, “Listen to ideas, learn the issues that are most important to fellow Republicans, and visit in a more intimate setting than a formal event would provide.  We are all a team.  We are all working together to serve each other.  We cannot do that effectively if we don’t sit down to listen and share.  Come join us August 11th if you live in the Denton area, and if you don’t, be watching for a coffee coming to a corner of Denton County near you!”

For information on future 4 Corner Coffee announcements, visit the Denton County Republican Party website at www.dentongop.org, the DCRP’s Facebook and Twitter pages, or call DCRP Headquarters at 940-383-4446.

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LINCOLN REAGAN DINNER SILENT AUCTION REGISTRY

Lincoln Reagan Dinner Registry at Bed Bath & Beyond

LINCOLN REAGAN DINNER SILENT AUCTION REGISTRY – SHOP FOR SILENT AUCTION ITEMS

We are registered at Bed Bath & Beyond under first name: Denton County last name: GOP. If you visit the registry link and enter “Denton County GOP” and select Texas as the state, you will find the registry selected to purchase auction items for the February 2019 Lincoln Reagan Dinner. Note that the registry event date is November 1, 2018 because we want to get everything lined up for Lincoln Reagan before we close out 2018. Happy shopping!