Navarro County Republican Women


State Representative Byron Cook (R-Corsicana) was re-elected to a sixth term Tuesday.
State Representative Byron Cook (R-Corsicana) was re-elected to a sixth term Tuesday.
The next meeting of the Navarro County Republican Women will be:

Tuesday, October 24, 2017 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.




Make your lunch reservations by Saturday, October 21, with Janice Barlow, ncrw1113@gmail.com or call her at (903) 345-9271. Lunch is $7 at the door.
Bring a friend to lunch!!

The organization is open to all Republican women of Navarro County. Everyone who is interested is invited to attend the meeting and learn more about the Republican women's organization.



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Annual Membership dues $25.00 for 2017

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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.

 Navarro County Republican Women General Information


Working and winning together for Navarro County, the great state of Texas,
And the United States of America!

NCRW Meeting Dates for 2017:
· January 24
· March 28
· May 23
· September 26
· October 24
For each meeting, social time and lunch begin at 11:30 AM followed by the meeting and program at noon. Make lunch reservations by contacting Janice Barlow at 903-345-9271 or ncrw1113@gmail.com. Lunch is $7 at the door.


Contact Information:

Sue Ferguson: 903-641-0357 or burtandsue@nwol.net
Janice Barlow: 903-345-9271 or ncrw1113@gmail.com

Officers:

Sue Ferguson
President

Linda Gober
Vice President – Program Chair

Margarita Patterson
PAC Treasurer – Club Treasurer

Janice Barlow
Secretary and Communications Coordinator

Betty Partain
Campaign Activities Chair

Margie Taylor
Legislative Chair

Carlene Woolf
Membership

Anne Curtis
Social Chair

Navarro County Republican Women (NCRW) has a Facebook page that you can “like”.

 Celebrating the Passage of Nineteenth Amendment


Amy Clark -- Vice Chair Republican Party of Texas
Amy Clark -- Vice Chair Republican Party of Texas
State Party Vice Chair -- Amy Clark
Next week marks the 97th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution, which finally granted women the right to vote. But do you know the incredible story behind this auspicious day?

The year was 1920. On a sweltering day in August, a 24-year old representative to the Tennessee state assembly named Harry Burns waited for his name to be called in the roll call vote for the ratification of this constitutional amendment. Weeks of contentious debate preceded this day, with the halls of the chamber packed with onlookers wearing roses . . . red for anti-suffragists and yellow for those in favor of it. Minutes earlier, a vote to table the motion deadlocked at 48-48. It was then that the Speaker of the House called for a vote on ratification. Burns, with a red rose pinned to his lapel, stunned his colleauges and the entire gallery with one simple syllable . . . "Aye."

In an instant, this man -- the youngest legislator in the state of Tennessee -- changed the course of history. Although you will not find it in most accounts of the suffrage movement . . . he was a Republican.


History records this brave young man later saying, "I believe we had a moral and legal right to ratify." Indeed, more than a half century of effort on the part of the suffragettes was honored by that one word. Tennessee then became the 36th state to ratify the constitutional amendment, which was officially adopted on August 26th, 1920.

Why would most tales of the 19th Amendment's passage leave out the fact Burns was a Republican? Because it doesn't fit the liberal narrative of what we as Republicans stand for. Too often, the Left tries to drown out the voices of conservative women who become potically active. Republican women are routinely demonized in the media and belittled by the very same extremists who claim to speak for women.

The Republican Party of Texas stands firmly behind conservative women across the state. I know -- I serve as its Vice-Chairman. As such, I have had the amazing opportunity to meet countless like-minded women across Texas who cherish the conservative principles that are the bedrock of the RPT.

Through training and outreach, the Republican Party of Texas seeks to promote conservative women and provide them the tools and the knowledge to participate fully in the political process. We don't believe that it empowers women when the Left encourages us to become involved in politics, only to be told that we are supposed to be Democrats.

There is much work to be done, and your RPT leadership are all volunteers! We need your help today! Will you join us in our effort?

1.) Mentor a young woman in your community. Offer the resources to help her grow in her political awareness and involvement. Help her network in the business community. Provide entrepreneurship advice and assist in developing the skill set needed for sucess in the workplace. Encourage her to expand her reading list, and help plug her into a group of peers to discuss solutions to the pressing issues in her community and beyond. The importance of mentorship cannot be overstated.

Let us look forward to the future for the daughters of Texas. What can we do TODAY to ensure that their opportunities will be greater than ours? What heritage are we leaving for them? We must encourage, educate, and inspire them to pay attention to -- and even become involved in -- politics.

2.) Contribute to our Team 2020 Fund. Year 2020 will mark the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment, and the Republican Party of Texas will be celebrating in a big way. Our Team 2020 Fund will help with efforts to reach more women accross Texas through E-mail, social media, outreach events, community meetings, and trainings with women's groups across the state.

It is our goal to continue to turn the tide and spread the positive message of conservative principles across Texas. As Battleground Texas continues its march into our state, it is now more important than ever that we ensure our voices are heard loudly and clearly. Jpon us as we fight to hold the line and Keep Texas Red in 2018 and beyond.

For Texas!

Amy M. Clark
Vice-Chairman
Republican Party of Texas

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