Founded originally in 2009 as the Northeast Tarrant Tea Party, True Texas Project has expanded their presence across the DFW metroplex with a mission to activate and grow a grassroots army in Texas.

As a rule of thumb for the general election in November, True Texas Project suggests voting for all Republicans on the ballot, noting “the time to find the best Republican is in the March primary election.”

For local races, however, TTP has compiled recommendations from supporters who live in Tarrant, Dallas, and Denton counties. The organization notes that their board has not vetted these candidates and these are not endorsements. 

Below are their lists of recommendations for Tarrant, Dallas, and Denton counties:

TARRANT COUNTY:

Arlington City Council: Victoria Farrar-Myers, John Hibbs, Raul Gonzales, Helen Moise
Azle ISD:  Geary
Burleson:  Payne, Fletcher
Euless: 
Martin, Bynum
FWISD: 
‘No’ on Prop A
Grapevine/Colleyville ISD:
  Tommy Snyder, Cacy Tischer, Casey Ford
Keller City Council:  Armin Mizani, Ross McMullin, Stephen Humeskey
Mansfield: Newsom, Bowman
Mansfield ISD:  Wilson
River Oaks:  Richardson, Chisholm
Southlake City Council:  Kathy Talley, Victor Avila

DENTON COUNTY:

Argyle ISD:  Hawkesworth
Aubrey City Council
:  Jeff Perry, Matt Jones
Carrollton:  Falconer, Axberg
Carrollton/Farmers Branch ISD:  Both of your two votes to Black
Denton City Council:  Kady Irene Finley, Jim Mann, Rick Baria, Gerald Hudspeth
Flower Mound Town Council:  Ann Martin, David Johnson
Frisco City Council:  Brian Livingston, Dan Stricklin
Frisco ISD:  Janagarajan
Justin:  Clark
Trophy Club: Rowe, Stout (MUD)

DALLAS COUNTY:

Balch Springs City Council:  Angela Singletary (Place 2)
Cedar Hill ISD:  Ross-Bacon, Roache-Davis, Saldivar
Dallas Community College Place 5:  Anyone but Mali
Irving City Council:  Both mayor candidates are bad
Farmers Branch City Council:  Nic Rady
Rowlett:  Gonzales

Brandon Waltens

Brandon serves as the Managing Editor for Texas Scorecard. After managing successful campaigns for top conservative legislators and serving as a Chief of Staff in the Texas Capitol, Brandon moved outside the dome in order to shine a spotlight on conservative victories and establishment corruption in Austin. @bwaltens

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