November 10th Meeting
Carter Page, Ph.D.,
Carter William Page is an American petroleum industry consultant and a former foreign-policy adviser to Donald Trump during his 2016 presidential election campaign. He is the founder and managing partner of Global Energy Capital in New York and Global Natural Gas Ventures in Oklahoma City. Specializing in energy and foreign policy, he is engaged in nationwide legal initiatives to repair and protect American democracy. Page graduated with distinction from the U.S. Naval Academy, where he was a Trident Scholar. He holds an M.B.A. from New York University’s Stern School of Business, an M.A. in national security studies from Georgetown University, and a doctorate from the University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies.
Signed copies of “Abuse and Power, How an Innocent American was Framed in an Attempted Coup Against the President” will be available for sale on site through Barnes & Noble. Cost $28.99 + tax.
Social hour: 6:00 – 7:00pm
Meeting: 7:00 – 8:45pm
Bridlewood Golf Club
4000 W. Windsor Dr
Flower Mound, TX
Candidate Forum Info for Local Elections
Our meeting on Tuesday, March 10th featured:
1. Remarks from runoff candidates for 431st District Court
Jim Johnson and Derbha Jones
2. A local election candidate forum. Moderator: Jeff Tasker
Flower Mound Town Council
Place 2 (3-year term)
Place 5 (3-year term)
Claudio Forest – Bio
Lewisville ISD Board of Trustees
Lewisville Independent School District Board of Trustees Kristi Hassett and Tracy Scott Miller—whose seats remain uncontested this election–will open the candidate forum with why they chose to serve another two years in their current role and what their vision is for the school district at large. Questions are encouraged from the audience.
The Flower Mound Area Republican Club hosted an open forum with Tarah Price, who discussed her anti-feminist views. Tarah invited questions and comments from the audience, so that we could better understand the origin and history of the feminist movement and how it has transformed to where it is today.
Tarah Price worked with Project Veritas before assisting at Denton GOP HQ and is currently with The Blaze radio network. One of her passions is rejecting the impact of feminism in our culture. She will share that passion and talk about the Blaze at the FMARC meeting on Tuesday, February 11. As with previous speaking opportunities, she plans to encourage audience participation.
Republican Primary Candidate Forum
Held on January 14th
Moderator was Jill Glover, Senate District 12 SREC
(For videos of candidate interviews click on the links below for each race)
- Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 3 (statewide race) (Bert Richardson, Gina Parker)
- State Representative, District 65 (Kronda Thimesch, Nancy Cline)
- U.S. Congress, District 26 (Michael Burgess, Jack Wyman, Jason Mrochek, Michael Armstrong)
- Judge, 431st District Court (Jim Johnson, Derbha Jones, Cannon Cain, George Mitcham)
- Constable, Precincts 3 & 4 (combined forum) (Jeri Rodriguez, Dan Rochelle; Tim Burch, Danny Fletcher)
- Denton County Sheriff (Tracy Murphree, Brian “Wilkie” Wilkinson, Dugan Broomfield)
Plus, remarks by candidates for 2nd Court of Appeals, place 7 (John P. Chupp, Brian Walker, Elizabeth Beach) and State Board of Education, District 14 (Maria Berry)
1) Early Voting and Election Day information:
Note: Voters may go to any Denton County polling location during early voting. On election day it is required to vote at your respective precinct polling location.