April 15, 2021
6:30pm - 8pm
Mercury Studios
6301 Riverside Dr
Irving, TX

 After winning the seat for Texas GOP Chairman, Lt Col West hit the ground running and hasn’t stopped yet!  He’s pushing back against long-held establishment practices of partnering with Dems and watering down conservative goals.  Grassroots activists have cheered his efforts.  Come be encouraged with his battle cry as he leads Texas to bigger and better accomplishments.  

Additionally, we will learn how to defeat a local bond election from two people who have been there, done that! Yes, it CAN be done! True Texas Project is an action-focused group, and together we can rise up and push back against increased debt and taxes.

True Texas Project
Speaker: Allen B. West, Lynn Davenport, Euan Blackman
Additional Topic:  Defeating Local Bond Elections

Thursday, April 15
Location: Mercury Studios – 6301 Riverside Dr. Irving TX 75039
5:30-6:00pm – prayer meeting (open to all)
6:30-8:00pm – meeting
All patriots are welcome. Come as you are!
Mask, or no mask. We don’t mind either way!
No dues. No fees. No memberships. No RSVPs.
Coming in late? No worries. We’ll save you a seat.
For FREE childcare register at least 48 hours in advance by emailing [email protected]

About Allen B. West 

Lieutenant Colonel (Ret) Allen B. West is a Christian constitutional conservative, combat veteran, and former Member of the US Congress. His life has been defined as one of service, sacrifice, and commitment to this Republic, the United States of America. He believes it will be conservative, free market policies, not politics that secures a sound economic future for Americans – with growth, opportunity and returning the promise of the American dream for this generation and those to come.

Lt. Col. West is a commissioned officer in the Texas State Guard. He is a legacy life member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, life member of the American Legion, life member of the Association of the United States Army, the Society of the First Infantry Division, 4th Infantry Division, and 101st Airborne Division. He is Patriot Life Member (Benefactor) and Board of Directors member of the National Rifle Association and Life Member (Benefactor) of the Texas State Rifle Association. Lieutenant Colonel West is an inductee into the University of Tennessee Army ROTC Hall of Fame. He is on the Board of Advisors of Amegy Bank, Dallas Region. In 2016, Lt. Col. West was appointed by Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick to the Texas Sunset Advisory Commission.

About Lynn Davenport


Lynn Davenport is a public school parent and Dallas native living in Lake Highlands with her husband and three children. She worked for Arthur Andersen as a Recruiting Manager for their global IT services and business consulting practice. In 2010, Lynn joined the leadership team of Careers in Motion, an unemployment ministry for jobseekers. In the spring of 2017, she resigned as a Community Development Commissioner with the City of Dallas for District 10 to run for the Richardson ISD Board of Trustees. She lost the election and has since been advocating for public education students and teachers at the state and local level. Serving on local boards and committees for more than a decade, this includes the League of Women Voters Education Committee, PTA Special and Gifted Education (SAGE), RISD District of Innovation Committee, RISD 2016 Bond Review Committee, RISD Equity Strategic Planning Committee, District 10 Collective Impact and the Dallas Census Hard to Count Committee. Lynn has relentlessly worked to expose the privatization of public education, data-mining schemes and using children as investment vehicles for profit through lucrative edtech contracts.

Euan Blackman

Euan is an AP Physics teacher in the best little town in Texas, La Grange.  He Hails from Durban South Africa where he departed for the USA back in 1990.  It was tumultuous times of anti-apartheid unrest and protests; it was during a time where speaking out against the government was illegal.  He found his way to the US via his father’s work as the CEO for a software company.  Euan worked for a couple of fortune 500 companies during his first decade of residence.  In 2003 he went back to school to get his degree so that he could become a teacher, a dream job.  Euan held down two jobs while studying part time at the University of Texas at Dallas, graduating Summa Cum Laude in 2006.  He has taught on three continents and at mostly public institutions such as Northrich Elementary, Berkner High School and Highland Park High School spanning 17 years.

Euan is a staunch advocate for student learning and has dedicated large portions of his time to support candidates and educational causes that he believes in.  Calling for better bonds with wiser and more fiduciarily responsible spending, better distribution of revenue to support higher teacher pay and the inclusion of the community in larger decisions of School Boards that affect the outcome of the students learning.  From starting a charity that took teachers to South Africa to work in the impoverished communities reeling from the HIV pandemic to the private tutoring work of assisting students with their Advanced Placement Physics courses.  Euan is a tireless advocate for educational reforms that make sense and have measurable and proof positive impacts on student learning.  The back-to-basics mantra is his guiding principle for those reforms.