This month at True Texas Project we are hosting one of the few elected officials who consistently advocates for the taxpayer in whatever capacity he can. Chris Woolsey serves on the Corsicana City Council, and is here to share with us what he has learned from his time in office, as well as working as a commercial real estate advisor and property tax consultant. Chris was the only vote against a massive tax increase in his first year on council, and the only vote against forcing businesses to close in the early days of COVID. He also proposed a “Sanctuary City for the Unborn” measure and nullifying federal vaccine mandates affecting city employees and contractors. We can’t wait to hear what insight he might share regarding eliminating property taxes, appraisal reform, and ending taxpayer funded lobbying.
We will also be hearing from Grace Howat, the president of Pro-Life Aggies.
Speaker: Chris Woolsey
Intro: Grace Howat
Tuesday, April 11th
Hilton Garden Inn College Station
3081 University Dr E Bryan, TX 77802
5:45pm – Prayer meeting (open to all)
6:30-8:00pm – meeting
No dues. No fees. No memberships. No RSVPs
Chris graduated from Texas A&M University and is a former high school educator. He serves on the board of the Corsicana YMCA, the Navarro College Business Council, and Backpacks of Love. He attends First Baptist Corsicana with his wife, Courtney, where his father-in-law is the Senior Pastor.
Grace Howat is a 6th generation Texan and the President of Pro-Life Aggies, a student organization at Texas A&M University dedicated to protecting all innocent life. In addition to this, she is a legislative intern and second year Dr. Joseph Graham Fellow for Texas Right to Life. Her mission is to fight against pro-abortion ideologies on her campus and provide resources for pregnant and parenting students.