April 15, 2021
6:30pm - 8pm
Bluebonnet BBQ
3921 US Highway 287 Waxahachie TX, 75165
Waxahachie, TX

We are growing!  The excitement over True Texas Project is expanding into Ellis County!  Citizens who want to learn more about politics and get involved in their civic duties requested our presence, and we are thrilled to launch this new endeavor in response.  Please join us!

Our inaugural event is being held at Bluebonnet BBQ.  Please watch for updates and sign up for text reminders so that you do not miss out on any information pertaining to this satellite location and True Texas Project in general! We can’t wait to see you at the kickoff!

True Texas Project

Speakers:  Jonathan Stickland & Don Huffines 
Thursday, April 15
Bluebonnet BBQ
3921 US Highway 287 Waxahachie TX, 75165

5:30 – Prayer Meeting (Optional )
5:45 – $5 BBQ Dinner  (first come, first served)
6:30-8:00pm – meeting

All patriots are welcome. Come as you are!
No dues. No fees. No memberships. No RSVPs.
Coming in late? No worries. We’ll save you a seat.
Childcare coming soon! 


About Jonathan Stickland:

Jonathan Stickland represented Texas State House District 92 for 8 years from 2012-2020, coming in on the tea party wave — specifically recruited by NE Tarrant Tea Party (now True Texas Project).  He quickly became the voice and hero of the people. He supports limited government, transparency, limiting regulation and most importantly the voters, not the lobbies. Jonathan is well-known for killing bad bills by utilizing the back mic during House sessions.  He authored the “Bad Bill of the Week,” and he loves to share stories about what happens behind the scenes in the People’s House.  As you can imagine, the Establishment hates him.

About Don Huffines:

Donald’s passion for liberty has led him to lifelong involvement in conservative republican causes. He served as a National Delegate at the Republican conventions in 2008, 2012, and 2016, and was a State Delegate at numerous State Conventions. In 2014, Don ran to represent Texas Senate District 16, covering north Dallas County, and won the primary by a narrow margin. He served in two legislative sessions and is most known for authoring legislation that resulted in uncovering the largest government corruption scandal in Texas history. He also authored legislation supporting term limits, pro-life measures, constitutional carry, and school choice, and worked to eliminate the vehicle inspection tax and red light cameras. Though he did not win re-election in November of 2018, Don continues to be actively involved in republican politics by supporting GOP candidates at all levels of government.