Navarro County Republican Women

The next meeting of the Navarro County Republican Women will be: Tuesday, October 23, 2018 from 11:30am – 1:00pm at the Republican Headquarters, located at 111-B West 3rd Avenue, in downtown Corsicana. Social time and lunch begins at 11:30am, with the meeting and program to begin promptly at noon. Our guest speaker will be our own Sam “Tripp” Bryant, whom was elected to the State Republican Executive Committee (SREC) for Senate District 22, representing Navarro County. Make your lunch reservations by Saturday, October 20, with Nancy Smith; Call her at (903) 872-4523. or E-mail janbarlow@aol.com, or NCRW Facebook message; Lunch […]

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Navarro County Republican Women General Information

Meeting Dates and Officers Working and winning together for Navarro County, the great state of Texas, and the United States of America. NCRW Meeting Dates for 2018 January 23 March 27 May 22 September 25 October 23 For each meeting, social time and lunch begins at 11:30 AM, followed by the meeting and program at noon. Make lunch reservations by contacting Nancy Smith at 903-872-4523 or janbalow@aol.com. Lunch is $7 at the door. Contact Information: Janice Barlow: 903-345-9271 or janbarlow@aol.com Nancy Smith: 903-872-4523 Officers: Janice Barlow President and Communications Linda Gober Vice President / Program Chair Margarita Patterson PAC Treasurer […]

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Join the NCRW

YES, I want to join NAVARRO COUNTY REPUBLICAN WOMEN Annual Membership dues $25.00 for 2018 Name: _______________________________________________________________ Address:______________________________________________________________ City:____________________________________ST___________Zip______________ Husband’s First Name:__________________ Your Occupation:______________________ Home Phone:__________________________ Cell Phone:_________________________ Email:________________________________________________________________ Please return this form and your check for $25, payable to Navarro County Republican Women. Mail to: Margarita Patterson NCRW Treasurer 429 SW CR 0020 Corsicana, TX 75110 Political ad paid for by Navarro County Republican Women, PAC. P. O. Box 1272, Corsicana, TX 75151. Contributions are not tax deductible as charitable contributions for Federal Income Tax purposes. Corporate contributions are not permitted. Not authorized by any candidate or committee.

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Bronze For Brent Thompson: Statue in the Works for Slain DART Officer

By Deanna Kirk – Corsicana Daily Sun Heroes have been memorialized and immortalized in bronze for generations, dating back to wars early in our nation’s history. So it is only fitting that a bronze is being sculpted in memory of DART Officer Brent Thompson, who was killed in the line of duty in Dallas the night of July 7, 2016. Thompson saved the lives of fellow officers and peaceful protesters that night from a crazed gunman, but gave his own life in the process. The son of Sam and Paulette Thompson, Brent grew up in Corsicana. His children were all […]

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A Better Way — U.S. House Republican Vision For A Confident America

A Better Way To Fix Health Care In a Confident America, everyone has access to quality, affordable health care. Obamacare is making health care worse by the day. It drives up premiums and deductible costs for individuals, families, and businesses. It forces people off the plans they like. It fuels waste, fraud, and abuse. And it cannot be fixed. Its knot of regulations, taxes, and mandates cannot be untangled. Obamacare must be fully repealed so we can start over and take a new approach. Key Facts: 48 = The number of ideas on health care reform in the GOP plan. […]

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A Better Way — U.S. House Republican Vision For A Confident America

A Better Way To Keep Us Safe And Free A Confident America keeps its people safe, and keeps the peace in a dangerous world. Our nation’s foreign policy is failing at nearly every turn. From refusing to enforce its red line in Syria, to legitimizing Iran’s nuclear enrichment program, to its failed reset with Russia, to cavalierly dismissing the retreat while the most dangerous terrorist organization in history emerged. the Obama administration has experimented with a new foreign policy concept — leading from behind — that can now be declared an unambiguous failure. Our enemies no longer fear us and […]

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A Better Way — U.S. House Republican Vision For A Confident America

A Better Way To Fight Poverty If the American Dream isn’t true for everyone, it isn’t true for anyone. All of us should have the chance to make the most of our lives no matter where we start. Our country is all about striving, but too many of our people are stuck. Over the years, Washington has made many promises, created many programs, and spent many trillions to fight poverty. Yet today in America, if you are raised poor, you are just as likely to stay poor as you were 50 years ago. The key word here is “stay.” Our […]

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A Better Way — U.S. House Republican Vision For A Confident America

A Better Way For Tax Reform We send too much money to Washington, D.C. and too many jobs overseas. In a Confident America, the IRS and the tax code work for people, not against us. We need a new tax code. It needs to be fair and simle for everyone. It should be so simple that most Americans can do their taxes on a form as simple as a postcard. Our tax code should be built for growth. It should be built for growth. It should help make the United States the best place in the world to hire and […]

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A Better Way — U.S. House Republican Vision For A Confident America

A Better Way To Grow Our Economy A Confident America is the best place in the world to live, work, build things, start a business, and raise a family. Regulations are important. They help protect our health, safety, and well-being, and provide firm rules for us to live by. But taken beyond their initial purpose — and to an extreme — regulations can stifle innovation and infringe upon liberty. The current system is costly and closed to innovation. In 2015, regulations cost us $1.89 trillion in lost productivity and growth. Put another way, if our regulatory system were a country, […]

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