- Best practices for Citizen Advocates
- Legislative Process
- How to Testify at a Committee Hearing
- How to Use the TLO website
- Effective communications with Elected Representatives
- Navigating the Capitol
- Working with City, County and School governments
Training is conducted by Fran Rhodes, President of True Texas Project, with featured guest speakers on individual topics. The training is free, and all are welcome. It does, however, require registration (because space is limited).
TTP Citizen Advocates make regular trips to Austin during sessions and during the interim, actively advocating for or against legislation as it relates to our Legislative Priorities. For activists not able to travel to Austin, we put them to work making phone calls, writing letters, or sending emails. And for those who can’t do any of those things, we just ask that they pray for our efforts. There is something for everyone. Citizen Advocates also work things at the municipal and national levels. We invite all like minded conservative activists in the State to join us. If you’ve never done this before, we can help you understand how it works and how to do it. If you’re an old hat at legislative advocacy, we welcome your expertise, and adding your voice to the message.
Click Here to register for the free training, get yourself informed and prepared, and get ready to save Texas!
True Texas Project Citizen Advocate Training Workshop
Saturday August 14, 2021
Location : The Ross Kecseg Training Room
1501 Leander Drive, Building B
Leander, TX 78641
Time 9:00am – 1:00pm
Ticket Required (Click Here – it’s free!)