Who is Texas Conservatives?
Texas Conservatives is a GPAC
What is a PAC?
What type of PAC is Texas Conservatives?
What is your legal name?
What type of political activity does Texas Conservatives engage in?
How long has Texas Conservatives been in existence?
We originally formed in 2020 as Frisco Conservatives to support President Donald Trump’s re-election efforts in Collin & Denton County. We raised $100,000 for this election, supported 52 Republican candidates for office, knocked 30,000 doors, and distributed a total of 80,000 voter guides. 94% of our candidates won their races. We also got our first Frisco city council candidate elected in a runoff election against 6 opponents.
Who are some of the speakers that have spoken at your PAC?
Some of our past speakers have included Dinesh D’Souza, Sidney Powell, David J. Harris, Jr., Lt. Col. Allen West, Congressman Louie Gohmert, Trevor Loudon, Keith Self, and Senator Bob Hall. Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene was our Conservative of the Year award recipient and winter gala keynote speaker in 2021.
What is your vision?
What is your mission?
Why become a member?
Perhaps more than any other time in our short history, we believe that our founding principles are under attack from within our country—as well as without. Texas has long stood for individual freedoms, as enshrined in our founding documents, and it is our generation’s turn to defend what we know to be most precious. Becoming a member will help our PAC advocate for conservative values in the Texas legislature, and hold our legislators accountable to legislation that promotes and defends our God given freedoms. Won’t you join us in our mission? Become a member today!
What are the benefits of membership?
The benefits of membership include:
- No cost to attend our regular meetings
- Personalized name tag
- Membership pin
- Discounted price for special events & galas
- Inclusion in our Shop Local Business Directory
- Membership includes spouse (spouse name tag $15 extra)
Why are we going to Austin in 2023?
As conservatives and fellow patriots we do not have paid lobbyists to represent our values. Going to Austin is an opportunity for “we the people” to visit our legislators in person, communicate our values, and let our legislators know that we mean business. We are going to support them, hold them accountable, and remind them that they work for us—the taxpayers—not paid lobbyists.
How often are you going to Austin?
What is the cost?
The cost for a roundtrip bus ticket is $50. This does not include food.
How long is the stay?
The bus trip is one day down and back. We will leave Dallas/Ft. Worth at approximately 6 a.m. and return at approximately 9 p.m. that evening.
How do I purchase a ticket?
What is the refund policy?
What if I can’t go to Austin?
If you can’t go to Austin, support someone financially who can. Bus tickets are $50 roundtrip, and donations can be made by clicking here.