July 13th Meeting
has been cancelled
We are cancelling our July meeting due to the speaker having open heart surgery the week of our meeting. So, we have rescheduled Loren Spivack (The Free Market Warrior) to come speak at our November meeting.
Instead of the meeting, we encourage you to go to Independence Fest on July 3rd. Gates open at Bakersfield Park at 5 p.m.
Volunteers are needed to work the Denton County Republican Party Booth. Sign up to work the Booth here
More Information about Independence Fest is here.
June 8th Meeting
Lathan Watts - First Liberty Institute
May 11th Meeting
Panel of Denton County Judges
- Kimberly McCary – Juvenile Court
- Robert Ramirez – Civil Court
- Dave Jahn – Criminal Court 1
- Susan Piel – Family Violence Court
- Forrest Beadle – Veteran’s Treatment Court
- Chance Oliver – Criminal Court 4
- Coby Waddill – DWI Treatment Court
Each judge gave an overview of their court and what their roles are.
April 13th Meeting
Judge Andy Eads
Denton County Commissioners Court
Judge Eads has served on the Denton County Commissioners Court since 2007. On January 1st, 2019, he became County Judge. Previously he served Denton County as Commissioner for Precinct 4. He has focused on cutting taxes while at the same time addressing the increasing demands of one of the fastest growing counties in Texas.
Judge Eads is the past Chairman of the Regional Transportation Council (RTC) for the DFW region. He has served on the Council for more than ten years. Civic leadership and actively fostering relationships with the non-profits in Denton County is one of Judge Eads’ highest priorities.
Judge Eads began his public service career in the Town of Addison where he researced and authored the book “Addison, Texas: A Pictorial History.” He is a native Texan and fifth generation resident of Denton County. He received his BBA from Howard Payne University and his Master of Public Administration from the University of North Texas.
March 9th Meeting
Local Elections Candidate Forum
Town Council Place 2
February 9th Meeting
Director of Election Integrity
Direct Action Texas (DAT)
Direct Action Texas (DAT) is the leading election integrity watchdog organization in the state. Over the past 5 years Christine has researched election fraud in 9 counties and DAT has filed formal complaints to the Secretary of State in 7 of those counties, resulting in investigations by the Office of the Attorney General. DAT was instrumental in passing election reform in 2017 and continues to champion crucial reforms in the legislature. Christine has worked closely with Elections Administrators, elected officials, and active citizens to educate, activate, and improve election integrity in Texas. The focus of DAT began with mail-in ballot harvesting but it has now expanded to all forms of election fraud.
January 12th Meeting
Jeff Younger fights to stop his ex-wife from transitioning his eight-year-old son to a girl. Not only have Texas courts done nothing to protect an innocent boy, the court-ordered psychologist recommended the then six-year-old boy be medically, chemically, and socially transitioned to a girl.
Despite evidence showing the boy has no gender dysphoria and prefers being a boy, the courts allowed the ex-wife to keep primary custody. Mr. Younger continues the fight for his son. The courts need legislative guidance on transgender child abuse, for Mr. Younger’s son, and many children like him.
Mr. Younger fights to stop transgender child abuse in the courts, in the legislature, and in the public discourse. After many battles, he has developed well-supported conjectures about how the Left achieves victory in and out of the Republican Party.
Mr. Younger runs a bespoke high-tech projects company. He’s a part-time programmer, rogue mathematician, and an agency partner.