Join us this month at True Texas Project – Travis County for a one-of-a-kind meeting! We will be hosting Matt Rinaldi and Mark Littlefield for a civil and educational discussion on the differences between the political “Right” and “Left”. If you or someone you know has always wondered “what is the difference?” or “why does it matter?” or maybe you think “it’s all the same in the end”, then we think this meeting is for you. We highly encourage people of all ages (especially the younger generation) to come and bring their family and friends for this night of learning and fun!
True Texas Project
Speakers: Matt Rinaldi & Mark Littlefield
Monday, August 8th
Hampton Inn Oak Hill
6401 US-290 Austin, TX 78735
5:30pm – prayer meeting (open to all)
5:45pm – $5 dinner opens (first come, first served)
6:30-8:00pm – meeting
No dues. No fees. No memberships. No RSVPs.
About GOP Chairman Matt Rinaldi:
Chairman Matt Rinaldi represented northwest Dallas County in the Texas Legislature from 2015 to 2019. During his time in office, Rinaldi was consistently rated among the top two most conservative members of the House by Rice University, Texans for Fiscal Responsibility, Young Conservatives of Texas and Texas Eagle Forum. Rinaldi was, according to the Dallas Morning News, “instrumental in strengthening the punishments in the sanctuary cities ban,” and authored and passed into law measures that: remove from office public officials who adopt sanctuary city policies, require government contractors and subcontractors to use e-Verify, revoke pensions of teachers convicted of committing sex crimes against students, allow churches to utilize volunteers to provide security services without risking heavy fines, and prohibit any taxpayer money from going to Planned Parenthood.He served as the Pro-Life Whip for Texas Right to Life in 2017.
Chairman Rinaldi earned his Juris Doctor with honors from Boston University School of Law and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Economics from James Madison University. Matt attends St. Ann’s Catholic Parish in Coppell with his wife, Corley, and son, Rush.